• Victoria Tourism Industry Council (VTIC)
  • fb_icon
  • li_icon
  • tw_icon
  • yt_icon

Take advantage of additional VTIC membership benefits

29 /08/ 2018 Comments are Closed

A number of additional VTIC membership benefits were recently announced, increasing the value of VTIC membership to our members.

All VTIC members, regardless of their membership renewal date, will have access to the listed benefits during their current membership year (i.e. if your renewal date was 1 March 2018, you have access to the full additional benefits for the year to 28 February 2019).

Please see below for recent additions for the various membership categories. (Note: In the Loop members retain all pre-existing communications benefits)

Category (new) Additional benefits
Essentials Events – $200 credit towards VTIC events OR 4 tickets to VCCI FF/BAD*; AND $200 VCCI training/consulting credit
Complete Events – $300 credit towards VTIC events OR  6 tickets to VCCI FF/BAD*; AND $400 VCCI training/consulting credit
Premium Events – $400 credit towards VTIC events OR 8 tickets to VCCI FF/BAD*; AND $500 VCCI training/consulting credit
Connect Events – $500 credit towards VTIC events AND $700 VCCI training/consulting credit. Connect members currently (and will continue to) receive two tickets to each VCCI FF/BAD*

* VCCI FF/BAD = VCCI fast Forward/Business After Dark events


Further details on the additional benefits are as follows:

  • VTIC events – Please refer to VTIC’s events calendar (vtic.com.au/upcoming-events) to view the latest VTIC events listing. Eligible events include the annual Victorian Tourism Conference, the RACV Victorian Tourism Awards and other VTIC ticketed events.
  • VCCI FF/BAD – Run 10 times per annum, the VCCI’s Fast Forward (FF) and Business After Dark (BAD) networking events offer unparalleled access to a range of new businesses and contacts for networking purposes. Once you utilise one FF or BAD ticket, the VTIC Events credit is negated for the remainder of your membership year.

Please note: The allocation of your Event/Ticket credits can only be applied to one or the other of VTIC or VCCI events. The credit cannot be split across the two segments.

  • Training/Consulting credit – The VCCI is a registered training organisation (TOID 4166) and offers a range of certificate and diploma level training qualifications, together with short courses aimed at improving staff competencies. The credit can only be used for courses run by VCCI staff – visit the VCCI website https://www.victorianchamber.com.au/business-solutions/training/course for these courses. The VCCI’s workplace relations consulting team offers professional, detailed advice and assistance on a range of matters including Fair Work Commission representation, union related matters, dispute resolution and more https://www.victorianchamber.com.au/workplacerelations

If you have any questions regarding your VTIC membership, including how you can upgrade your membership level, please don’t hesitate to contact VTIC’s Business Development Manager Ian McDougal on imcdougal@vtic.com.au or 8662 5431 or Business Development Officer Robert Ratcliffe on rratcliffe@vtic.com.au or 8662 5110.


About the Author


The peak body for Victoria's tourism and events industry, VTIC represents key industry associations and operators, with over 1400 members.



10jun10:00 am10:45 amVTIC Insight Series - Focus on Events10:00 am - 10:45 am Online

16jun1:00 pm2:00 pmVTIC Insight Series - Facebook1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Online

30jun1:00 pm2:00 pmVTIC Insight Series - Martin Pakula MP1:00 pm - 2:00 pm Online