Thanks to our sponsors: More about Sponsors | View our Facebook page
|Start||Fri 2 Jun 2017 10:00 AM|
|End||Fri 2 Jun 2017 2:00 PM|
|Region||Illawarra & South East NSW|
Tourism Workshop – South Coast
Coachhouse Marina Resort, 49 Beach Rd, Batemans Bay
The NSW Tourism Awards celebrate the achievements of the NSW Tourism industry and are open to all operators across NSW in both metropolitan and regional areas. This workshop is suitable for both new and previous entrants and will equip you with a thorough understanding of the awards submission process, covering important information including how to correctly respond to questions, as well as providing detailed insight into the judging process.
Presented by industry leading judges and mentors, this workshop will equip participants with:
Speaker: Natalie Bramble
Natalie Bramble is passionate about Community Development and Cultural and Events Tourism. She has a background in small business; marketing and product development. She is in her 9th year as a judge for NSW Tourism Awards and has sat on numerous other panels including Vanuatu Tourism Awards, Restaurant and Catering NSW and grant and tender assessment panels.
Natalie managed a state heritage listed cultural heritage tourism attraction and consistently increased visitation and revenue; tourism brand presence; local community engagement and events and activities year-on-year. She was awarded a scholarship to the UK to study Cultural and Heritage Tourism and was the recipient of the inaugural Inland Tourism ‘Outstanding Contribution to Tourism by an Individual’ award in 2004. She also operated a professional events management company, which was responsible for the delivery of the Inland NSW Tourism Awards and a successful regional food and wine network.
With her interest in community development, economic and social impact Natalie works with businesses, community groups and social enterprises to improve their events; marketing; fundraising; governance and committee management and products. She is also a founding member and educator with the Institute for Community Directors.
In her spare time, Natalie has co-founded a social enterprise, iClick2Learn and a political candidate listing site, Meet the Candidates. She also helps community organisations on a volunteer and pro-bono basis, is an avid reader of almost any business/non-profit subject and loves undertaking interesting and diverse university eCourses; sitting on volunteer boards; judging panels and attending events!
From its original inhabitants, the Bugelli-Manji tribe, to bushrangers, the Gold Rush and beyond, Moruya has a rich history filled with the colour and romance typical of Australia's early days.