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Tit for tat, anything you can do (Peter Dutton), she can do better

New anti-migrant policies announced by British Prime Minister Theresa May will make it harder for Kiwis and Aussies to find and keep jobs in the United Kingdom, and May will charge them more to [...] read more...

ATE wrap up, gossip & industry nibbles from The Byte

ATE wrapped up last week with more than 2,500 delegates, including 800 travel wholesalers and retailers (buyers) from 548 companies and 555 Australian tourism businesses (sellers), meeting in 50,000 business [...] read more...

TECH BYTE: Seven creative ways to revamp your content marketing

“Put out content!” “Put out content!” This is the cry that you hear shouted from the rooftops of marketing thought-leaders all around the world. But between all the demands for [...] read more...

LYTE BYTE: Its hard being a travel agent – “Hello I’m Trish the travel agent”...

  It’s hard to say whether a travel agent or ‘DIY online’ bookings will be cheaper than the other.  So choosing between a high street agent or an online agent [...] read more...

Tourism Australia has turned 50 & is hosting Australian Tourism Exchange no.38

ATE 2017 coincides with the 50th anniversary of the establishment of Tourism Australia’s predecessor, the Australian Tourist Commission – the Australian government’s first agency dedicated solely to marketing Australia to [...] read more...

TECH BYTE: Feeling overwhelmed by digital marketing? Well its 5000 strong and growing fast!

First the writer’s credit as this is written (and copied) in the first person to retain context – Thank you Scott Brinker. Statistics from the 2017 Marketing Technology Landscape The [...] read more...

BYTE UPDATE: Airlie Beach and the Whitsundays are open for business

It’s now been almost a month since Airlie Beach and the Whitsundays were hit by devastating Cyclone Debbie. Today, at ATE, The Byte got the update from Tourism Whitsundays and youth [...] read more...

Rotten state of fruit & vege picking is a direct result of the backpacker tax

The farm sector is becoming increasingly frustrated with the lack of ‘picking’ labour with a new report revealing that up to a quarter of Australia’s vegetable growers are forced to abandon [...] read more...

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