What is VTIC?
Victoria Tourism Industry Council is all about Your Industry, Your Business and Your People.
Victoria Tourism Industry Council (VTIC) is Victoria’s peak leadership organisation working for your industry, your business and your people. We actively lobby various levels of government to ensure tourism in Victoria receives the attention and support it deserves. We’re so much more than a representative organisation. We offer pertinent up-to-the moment news and information, opportunities to connect with others in the industry, fully accredited training for tourism professionals at every level, and invaluable workplace and employer advice to help Victorian tourism and events businesses stay ahead of the game.
VTIC is a powerful ally for tourism and events businesses at all levels, from B&Bs to major attractions, event facilities or tourism infrastructure providers. Six carefully developed policy committees representing key sectors of the tourism & events industry underpin VTIC’s structure. These are: Events, Accommodation, Attractions, Tourism Services, Tour & Transport and Destinations.
The tourism and events industry is one of Victoria’s major employers and creates significant wealth for communities, regions and Victoria as a whole. In challenging times when governments at a local, state and federal level are faced with competing demands on their resources, it is vital that the industry has a considered and concerted voice. VTIC represents this unifying voice. We work as a respected advocate, supporter of industry and a partner of your business to help you effectively manage your team of tourism professionals.
We are pleased to present our Annual Report for the year ended June 30, 2012.
This offers a snapshot into VTIC's activities and achievements during our exceptionally busy first year as the formally-constituted peak industry body for tourism and events. This Annual Report includes Policy & Advocacy, Membership Services, Industry Development & Networking Events and our contracted services.
Download our Annual Report for the year ended June 30, 2012 or download the VTIC 2011/2012 year in review highlights