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Tag Archives: tourism

Event planning tips at Metro Mirage Hotel Newport’s Autumn Business Expo

Boutique waterfront 4-star hotel, The Metro Mirage Hotel Newport, is hosting its annual Business Expo on Friday 31st March from 2pm – 5pm to showcase the property, its conference and function facilities and let attendees enjoy a small taste of what Pittwater has to offer. Meeting planners, event organisers and executive assistants will have the opportunity to view the hotel’s …

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AccorHotels launches new Community Fund

The company announce that it has founded a Community Fund, as a unified identity where money raised through national fundraising initiatives will be directed. “The AccorHotels Community Fund is committed to building healthy families by supporting three focus areas being Youth, Health & Wellbeing and Diversity through four foundation partners,” AccorHotels said in a statement. Four founding partners which align …

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Quest celebrates milestone achievements in NSW

Quest demonstrates plans across both metropolitan and rural New South Wales, with Quest Macquarie Park being declared officially open one night before construction commenced at Quest Penrith. Quest Macquarie Park official opening event 2 March Social commentator and Macquarie University alumna, Jane Caro, joined Stuart Ayres to officially open the newest addition to the Quest Apartment Hotels network, Quest  Macquarie  …

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Mantra joins Accommodation Association of Australia

Mantra Group’s membership of the Accommodation Association highlights its focus on public policy issues that are purely about accommodation beds, including the market domination of online travel agencies, maintaining safe standards through adequate regulation of the sharing economy and industrial relations reform. “Mantra Group joining the Accommodation Association adds around 19,000 rooms in Australian properties under its management to the …

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For sale inspections

The simplistic side of this part of the sale process is that a potential buyer wants to look at the good, the bad and the ugly. The seller wants the buyer to have a quick look around, say they will buy it and then leave to avoid an employee or customer finding out that they are selling. Many potential buyers …

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How to create a 360-degree customer view using data

How valuable would it be to know everything about your customer’s interactions with your competition? Creating a 360-degree customer view is considered the holy grail of customer intelligence, and you can create it, today. Would you like to know how much they’re spending, when they’re spending, why they’re buying with the competition and not you, what drives their purchase behaviour …

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2016 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards announced

Northern Territory tourism operators have dazzled in front of their home crowd, winning seven awards at the 2016 Qantas Australian Tourism Awards held at the Darwin Convention Centre tonight. Territory operators took home two gold awards, two silver and three bronze. Minister for Tourism and Culture Lauren Moss congratulated the winners on their achievements and reiterated the importance of the …

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6 ways to improve your hotel website load time

The optimisation of your hotel website load time is the first vital step in your mission to secure direct bookings. Visitors to your page will be expecting a fast and seamless user experience. It doesn’t matter how amazing your website is too look at, if it takes too long to load no one will ever see it. This is especially relevant on mobile …

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SiteMinder makes two key appointments as it looks to take business to the next level

Five months into its 10th anniversary, SiteMinder announced two key appointments to its C-suite: Ken Aoyama and David Jaros, both renowned leaders in their fields, to the respective roles of chief product officer (CPO) and chief marketing officer (CMO) with immediate effect. The appointments, based in SiteMinder’s Sydney head office, conclude a two-year string of investments into the company’s global leadership …

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Watch out for post-storm scammers

NSW Fair Trading commissioner, Rod Stowe has warned Sydney folks with storm damage to be aware of scammers going door-to-door, claiming to be contracted by the State Emergency Service (SES). “Unfortunately, storms that cause significant property damage are often followed by scammers taking advantage of consumer vulnerability at a stressful and difficult time,” Mr Stowe said. “This type of misleading and …

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