Skill up this Spring

This Spring, learn new skills and meet other tourism business operators at a new series of  free Tourism North East industry workshops.

Introduction to TNE
Tuesday 8 October, Mansfield.

If you’re new to tourism in this region or you’re keen to work more collaboratively with others or align with the regional tourism body this is the workshop for you. Learn who we are and what we do, what opportunities we can share and importantly, how we can support you and your business to be better aligned with regional priorities, be on trend with your product offering, be digitally relevant, be more connected to your target audience and be more aware of future trends.

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Walk & Cycle Research
Tuesday 15 October, Mansfield

Hear about the key findings of the Walk and Cycle Tourism Market Segmentation Research reports and workshop how your business can best use these findings to capture this market.

What do the different walking market segments look like? What are walkers willing to travel for and spend money on? Where do they want to stay? Who will be most valuable segments to target over time? What do our emerging markets look like? This session will also cover key cycle tourism research, marketing campaign outline and how you can become a Ride High Country Preferred (RHCP) business.

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Ride High Country research briefing
Wednesday 16 October, Bright
Wednesday 23 October, Rutherglen

With more than 100,000  cycling visitors and contributing nearly $50 million annually to the High Country’s tourism economy,  there’s never been a better time to learn how your business can benefit from TNE’s extensive Ride High Country campaign. This session will cover key cycle tourism research, marketing campaign outline and how you can become a Ride High Country Preferred (RHCP) business.

Creating engaging imagery – Photos & Video
Tuesday 29 October, Mansfield

BYO smartphone and your laptop for editing for this interactive session which will show participants how to create compelling images or engaging video, exploring story telling, scene composition, basic editing and posting to social media and the web.

Full details and bookings here.

Attract attention and sustain interest in your business
Tuesday 29 October, Benalla

This free introductory session will explain the regional digital offering, including the role of local, regional and state tourism websites. Find out how content is sourced and how you can list your business online through an ATDW listing. The session is suitable for any local tourism business interested in leveraging the High Country’s digital marketing opportunities.

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