Almost more than any other sector, COVID-19 has brought the tourism and hospitality sector to a standstill. As travel and gathering restrictions start to lift, what do we know about the
Almost more than any other sector, COVID-19 has brought the tourism and hospitality sector to a standstill.
As travel and gathering restrictions start to lift, what do we know about the outlook and the path ahead? What do we expect to be the impact on travel budgets and travel preferences? As Australians start to act on the travel ambitions they’ve been dreaming about while in isolation, what is the expectation for cities and regional destinations?
Adele Labine-Romain, Deloitte Tourism Sector Lead and Partner with Deloitte Access Economics, will join us to explore these questions and consider the outlook for the tourism sector and the potential path ahead for Melbourne and Victoria’s regions. Can Victorians or domestic visitors offset the impact of remaining domestic and international travel restrictions?
Businesses across the sector are charting new paths as they reopen, and Adele will introduce a roadmap for small business to consider to ensure their businesses are in the best shape for the recovery and beyond to the evolving new normal for the tourism sector.
There will be an open Q&A throughout the session for you to ask questions and to delve deeply into the invaluable insights that Adele will share with us. This will be an incredible hour with one of Australia’s most prominent tourism experts and definitely a not to be missed session.
Australian Tourism Sector Leader, Partner, Deloitte Access Economics
DETERMINED TOURISM ADVOCATE
Adele is the Australian Tourism Sector Leader at Deloitte and a partner within Deloitte Access Economics’ economic and policy advisory practice. With a deep understanding of the tourism landscape and experience in strategy and policy development including executive roles with Tourism Australia (Executive General Manager, Strategy and Research) and peak industry body Tourism & Transport Forum (Executive Director), Adele now works with government and private sector clients across tourism-related industries including aviation, transport and cruising, hotels, business events, sports and major events and attractions.
Adele is also a frequent presenter at industry conferences and events and is the author of the Australian practice’s Tourism and Hotel Market Outlook.
Adele has a Bachelor of Applied Arts in Business and Tourism and an MBA focused on strategic management. She is also an adjust professor at the University of Queensland’s School of Business.
Please note the Insight Series is exclusive to VTIC members. For details on membership options, including our complimentary introductory Essentials membership, visit our website.
(Thursday) 1:00 pm - 2:00 pm
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