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Western Australia

Perth: "Ni Hao? Welcome to WA" - ACBC WA Education & Tourism Committee Networking Evening

10 October 2019

Perdaman Global Services, L 17, Alluvion Building, 58 Mounts Bay Road

ACBC WA Education and Tourism Committee invite you to "Ni Hao? Welcome to WA" networking evening with keynote speaker Mr Bradley Woods, CEO of the Australian Hotels Association WA on Thursday 10 October.

Mr Woods will talk about:
  • How can the WA tourism industry better attract Chinese tourists?
  • Are our tourism staff adequately trained to serve Chinese tourists and if not, how can we do this better?
  • How can tourism operators be more competitive and creative in the Chinese Tourism market?
The keynote speech will be followed by an informal Question and Answer session.


Event Details

  • Date: October 10 2019
  • Time: 5:30pm - 7:30pm
  • Venue: Perdaman Global Services, L 17, Alluvion Building, 58 Mounts Bay Road
  • Registration: Free ACBC Members only event! Registration closes October 2 COB. Members use the link in your email to register or contact eventswa@acbc.com.au.


Keynote Speaker

Mr Bradley Woods | CEO Australian Hotels Association WA (AHA(WA))

Bradley Woods is one of Australia’s leading political advocates for the hotel, tourism and hospitality industry. Bradley Woods has held senior positions with the Australian Hotels Association since 1993, and for the past 18 years has been the CEO of the Australian Hotels Association (WA).
As Chief Executive Officer and Executive Director of the AHA(WA) Bradley Woods is responsible for leading and navigating the many complex issues facing the WA Tourism and Hospitality industry.
You can read more about Mr Woods here.


Not an ACBC Member?

Join the premier organisation dedicated to promoting Australia-China business and trade. With branches Australia-wide, we welcome you to join ACBC WA for 2018. You can join on the ACBC WA here.
For more information call (08) 6189 7844 or email memberswa@acbc.com.au


If you have any questions, please don't hesitate to contact Lucy Palermo via (08) 6189 7844 or lucy.palermo@acbc.com.au