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Down Under with TripAdvisor for Business

Want to learn more about online marketing strategies and how you can reach TripAdvisor’s 60 million unique monthly visitors?  If you are in Australia, join us on Thursday, Feburary 21st at the Emporium Hotel for our first-ever Master Class in Brisbane!

In addition to industry experts from TripAdvisor, including Brian Payea (Head of Industry Relations) and Avril Carter (Territory Manager for Australia, Business Listings), the Master Class will feature guest speaker Liz Ward, CEO of Australian Tourism Data Warehouse (ADTW).  ADTW is Australia’s national database and digital distribution platform, and is renowned as the world leader in digital tourism information solutions.

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Liz has led the ATDW for ten years and was influential in its formation 12 years ago.  Previously Liz enjoyed many years with Tourism Queensland, leading their International Marketing operations and e-Marketing departments.  She was also recently nominated as a Tourism Queensland Board Member in 2012.

With 20 years of experience working with IT and tourism, Liz has been carving out strategies and leading teams to support the Australian tourism industry through a very dynamic period.  Liz has a passion for assisting Australia’s small businesses to engage in this fast-moving environment and to understand and embrace technologies that enhance their businesses.

Space and time is running outregister here for the Master Class today!

The details:

Where: Emporium Hotel, 100 Ann Street, Fortitude Valley, Brisbane

When: Thursday, February 21

Sessions: 9:00am – 12:00pm or 1:00pm – 4:00pm

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