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Pacific workers, not backpackers, should do Australia’s regional work – World Bank

Australia should consider abolishing the three-month regional work requirement for holidaying backpackers and fill the labour gap with an expanded seasonal worker program to help boost Pacific economies, the World [...] read more...

Regulation of the labour hire industry in Queensland – Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017

In Queensland, the Labour Hire Licensing Act 2017 (the ACT) will commence on 16 April 2018 and Labour hire providers will be able to apply online for a Labour Hire [...] read more...

Why millennials love direct mail (not email silly, flyers/brochures)

Conventional wisdom would dictate that Millennials, the digital generation, would favor electronic mail over direct mail. But studies consistently show that Millennials are more engaged with direct mail than other [...] read more...

Australia reached a record peak of 624,001 international students in 2017

Australia reached a record peak of 624,001 international students in 2017, a 13 per cent increase compared with the previous year, according to the full-year data released this week by [...] read more...

TECH BYTE: Knowing the difference between earned, owned, and paid media

Combining earned, owned, and paid media will help you attract, nurture, and close leads, but what do these terms really mean? And when it comes to your company’s content strategy, [...] read more...

NEW PRODUCT: New tours of Sydney’s surrounding regions

The boys and girls at Get Lost Travel Group (aka Wildlife Tours) specialise in affordable, quality, small-to-medium group tours that offer unique itineraries to showcase Australia’s diverse landscape and spectacular [...] read more...

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TECH BYTE: Boosting your hostel’s Instagram

  With roughly 87% of the millennial generation using social media for travel inspiration, it’s not only important, but crucial for hostels to step up their social media game. As [...] read more...

BYTE REPORT: Destination Australia Conference

This one-day conference was held last week at the Glasshouse in Melbourne. It is hosted by Tourism Australia and the day incorporates a snapshot of where Australian tourism is, where [...] read more...

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