Join us on Tuesday 27 September as we celebrate innovation in tourism at the 2016 QTIC Prize for Innovation in Tourism Awards.
The QTIC Prize for Innovation in Tourism recognises micro to medium tourism businesses in Queensland that have introduced an innovative product, service or process.
QTIC will jointly celebrate World Tourism Day and Queensland's micro and small to medium sized tourism businesses. Read more about the 2015 Prize recipients, 2014 Prize recipients and 2013 Prize recipients.
In addition, QTIC is taking the opportunity to recognise all those involved in this year's Young Professionals Mentoring Program 2016.
Date: Tuesday 27 September 2016
When: 7.00am – 9.00am
Guests will experience a stand up networking breakfast, followed by guest speaker address and QTIC Prize for Innovation in Tourism recongition in Brisbane's newest innovative space.
Venue: The Joinery, 244 Montague Road, West End QLD 4101
Members $55 / Non-Members $70
For more information on the event please contact Katie Driml on (07) 3236 1445 or email email@example.com
QTIC member Australia Zoo have partnered with Queensland creative agency Khemistry to produce a virtual reality video encounter with some of the zoo’s biggest and most popular animals. Join us as Khemistry Managing Director Andy Fyffe and Australia Zoo's Director of Sale Erina Kilmore, give a live presentation of the immersive 360-degree experience giving visitors a one-of-a-kind chance to get up close and personal with crocodiles, rhinos, tigers, snakes and giraffes, all through the comfort and safety of a virtual reality headset.
Guests will get the opportunity to try out the headset/virtual reality product and step into Queensland's first tourism vitrual reality experience.
The UNTWO wants to call upon the right for all of the world’s citizens to experience the incredible diversity of our planet and the beauty of the world we live in. On this year’s World Tourism Day help us spread the word of both the importance and immense benefits universal accessibility has and can bring to society at large.
Master of Ceremonies
Kendall Gilding (Channel 7 News)
Kendall began her career in her childhood home of Cairns at Seven Queensland’s news bureau before transferring to 7 News on the Gold Coast.
Career highlights include reporting on whale rescues at Palm Beach, being a part of the G20 rolling coverage and presenting weather in the main 7 News 6pm bulletin.
Kendall has also been a guest news reader on Weekend Sunrise. Now broadcasting for Channel Seven Brisbane 4pm local and live bulletin.
Lucky Door Prize
Please be sure to bring your business cards to enter our lucky door prize draw.
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