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Destination NSW USA Roadshow

Date: 3 – 9 November 2019

Location: New York, San Antonio, Dallas & Los Angeles

The DNSW USA Roadshow will take place from Sunday, 3 November to Saturday, 9 November 2019 across four cities including New York, San Antonio, Dallas, and Los Angeles. With a maximum of 12 places available, preference will be given to NSW tourism suppliers who most closely meet the eligibility criteria. The Roadshow prospectus including criteria will be release mid-August 2019.

Website: International Business Development Program


NSW First Program | Sip, Chat & Discover: The Wine Tourism Opportunity

Dates:
7 November 2019 - Shoalhaven
18 November 2019 - Southern Highlands
19 November 2019 - Canberra District

This event, an initiative of Destination NSW and NSW Wine Industry Association, will explore opportunities for wineries and wine tourism businesses to attract more visitors from around Australia and overseas by creating bookable experiences and selling them online.

Website: NSW First Program


Tourist Attraction Signposting Assessment Committee (TASAC) Meeting

Date: 20 November 2019

Location: Newcastle

Formed by the NSW State Government, TASAC is responsible for planning and implementing tourist signposting systems. Contact the team to present your signposting issues or projects.

Website: TASAC meetings


NSW First Program | Inbound Strategy Workshop

Dates: 20 November 2019

Location: Blue Mountains

This workshop sets out the tools and steps for tourism businesses to tailor products for different international visitor markets, make a plan to become export ready, and sell with online travel agents and traditional inbound travel trade.

Website: NSW First Program


NSW First Program | Digital Marketing Tips Workshops & Clinic

Dates: 21 November 2019

Location: The Tweed

This workshop sets out the tools and steps for tourism businesses to tailor products for different international visitor markets, make a plan to become export ready, and sell with online travel agents and traditional inbound travel trade.

Website: NSW First Program