Tuesday, 15 May 2007

Australian Tourism Exchange, Brisbane, May/June 2007

I am busy preparing for ATE 2007. The image is a preview of work I have commissioned by a talented young artist , Ben Gryst. The image will be printed on to canvas. Ben's work can be seen at the Festival Centre Sunday markets.

What is ATE? ATE is a tourism trade show that brings Australian tourism businesses together with airlines, tourism wholesalers and retailers from around the world. It provides a forum for Australian tourism Sellers to showcase their products, meet with overseas contacts and negotiate deals. It also provides international travel Buyers an opportunity to experience Australia first-hand.
International buyers are selected by Tourism Australia to ensure the most influential people meet with Australian tourism businesses. ATE is open to Australian travel exhibitors only and represents a unique opportunity for attendees to increase their share of the inbound travel market.ATE 2007 will return to Brisbane for the third time in its history, having last been there in 2002. Delegates will be amazed by the changes in the city itself, as well as the new and revamped function venues. The event will be held at the Brisbane Convention and Exhibition Centre from 26 May - 01 June 2007.

Who attends ATE?
Around 1700 Australian seller delegates from approximately 630 companies will meet with nearly 600 key overseas buyer companies from over 40 countries.
Approximately 60 international trade and domestic journalists will attend ATE in Brisbane 2007. They will report to millions of people worldwide on what is new in the Australian travel and tourism industry. International journalists will also participate in pre and post tours to experience other areas of Australia first hand.

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