Booking Information


Virtual event

Accessible from your workstation, Australia


3 Apr 2019

All times AEST


10:00 AM - 11:00 AM


Tourism & Hospitality



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Webinar: Tourism Research Australia - Update on the tourism data landscape

About event:

Join Tourism Research Australia (TRA) for an update on the tourism data landscape, including the potential benefits of complementary data sources and the challenges for the tourism industry in using them. You’ll also hear about recent and planned improvements to our national surveys. Guest speakers from Engine (formerly ORC International) include Craig Young (Australia Managing Director), Dr Phil Hughes (Head of Statistical Consulting, The Asia Pacific Accreditation Cooperation [APAC] and Engine), and Tanul Mehta (Head of Analytics, APAC and Engine), along with Hugh Amoyal, a consultant considered to be one of Australia’s thought leaders in the big data space.

  • Rod Battye Manager, Tourism Statistics, Tourism Research Australia
  • Craig Young, Dr Phil Hughes and Tanul Mehta from Engine
  • Hugh Amoyal, Big data expert and thought leader

For more information please refer to the key speakers brochure

Who should attend:

Industry associations, State and Regional Tourism organisations, consultants, tourism operators and businesses


These events are free, but participants must register. The registration confirmation email will include all webinar log-on information.

How to register:

Register online using the 'Start Registration' button. If you experience technical difficulties, please contact Austrade on 13 28 78 (in Australia).

What is a webinar:

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