More Workshops for the NSW Tourism Awards Entrants

first_imgThe Tourism Industry Council NSW, in partnership with Destination NSW, has today announced an additional three Tourism Awards Workshops, as well as a teleconference option, which will be held to encourage tourism businesses to enter the prestigious NSW Tourism Awards.Workshops will be held in Sydney CBD, Castle Hill, Goulburn and via teleconference on the 17th, 23rd, 24th and 25th of July 2013, respectively.These highly sort after sessions will explain the changes in the criteria and rules since 2012, how to best structure submissions, what judges specifically look for and to explain what the mentoring program is and who it can be offered to.Andrew Jefferies, General Manager of the Tourism Industry Council NSW – organiser of the NSW Tourism Awards, welcomed this initiative.“These workshops are designed to foster and develop local businesses within our industry, with the aim to enhance and develop New South Wales as the premier state for tourism across Australia.“New South Wales secured a massive 16 wins (seven gold awards and nine silver awards) at the 2012 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards in Hobart earlier this year and we wish to grow this number even further,” said Mr Jefferies.Winners from this year’s New South Wales Tourism Awards go through to represent the state at the national awards level to be held in Sydney, next February.These workshops encourage tourism businesses to take a fresh look at their business operations whilst a thorough and effective judging program audits the product based upon the quality, strategies and acumen of the business.Source = Tourism Industry Council NSWlast_img

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