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To grow the global whm market from $3.2 billion to between $4.3 $5.2 billion by 2020 (source: international visitor survey) objective 2 to grow the global youth market from $17.5 billion to between $23.3 $28.3 billion by 2020 (source: international visitor survey) objective 1 to make australia the #1 most desired destination to visit. Presentation by john o'sullivan, managing director tourism australia, at the victoria industry briefing in melbourne, 26 february 2019. Global marketing is responsible for creating and developing tourism australia’s brand assets for global campaigns. global marketing manages the roll out of tourism australia’s marketing strategy, ensuring that australia’s tourism marketing efforts continue to cut through in the competitive international marketplace. 2 the 2009 benchmark under the 2020 tourism industry potential – the latter preceded the tourism 2020 strategy our purpose tourism australia’s purpose is to grow demand and foster a competitive and sustainable australian tourism industry through partnership marketing to targeted global consumers in key markets. Learn about tourism australia’s strategic and creative direction, including their global market strategy at their act industry briefing session. senior executives from tourism australia will provide an update on current and future activity and share research and insights from key international markets.
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1 while the ta act outlines domestic functions, tourism australia is not currently engaged in domestic tourism marketing activity. this change in tourism australia’s remit came into effect in 2013, and is outlined in the minister for trade, tourism and investment’s statement of expectations for tourism australia. Australian tourism industry. australia’s international market share has reduced in recent years and domestic tourism expenditure has fallen since 2000. together with governments, the industry needs to work towards the 2020 tourism industry potential. priorities include investment in new product, boosting productivity, increasing uptake. 10 steps tourism australia’s cmo has taken to remain adaptable in the face of uncertainty. chief marketing officer, susan coghill, goes in depth on the lessons of 2020, her marketing strategy in 2021 and the keys to retaining brand momentum. nadia cameron (cmo) 21 april, 2021 07:09.
Tourism Australia’s Global Market Strategy And Creative Direction