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TTNQ workshop for Atherton Tablelands

TTNQ Chief Executive Officer Pip Close will host the Conversations with TTNQ workshop and give an overview of the region’s tourism industry and its outlook.

“TTNQ’s managers for the Japan, Korea, Western, China, New Zealand and Domestic markets will talk about the latest campaign activity and opportunities for members,” she said.

“Learn about digital opportunities for your business from the digital team and obtain guidance for your local event from the Business Events Cairns & Great Barrier Reef team.

“Businesses can also explore membership options and provide feedback to our membership executive.

“A Conversations with TTNQ workshop was held on the Cassowary Coast in May and was a huge success with a great turnout from the industry.

“The TTNQ team will also be travelling to Port Douglas and Daintree later in the year and further afield to Cape York and inland across the Savannah Way as well.

Conversations with TTNQ will be held at Destiny Café, 48-57 Loder Street, Atherton from 10am-1pm on Tuesday August 22. Morning tea will be provided and entry is complimentary.

It is part of the TNQ Tourism Small Business Development Program for TTNQ member and non-member businesses that receive a significant portion of revenue from tourism and have less than 20 full-time equivalent employees.

For more information on the workshop or to book your spot, go to and click on Resources and then Small Business.


For more information contact:
Kelsey Burge
Phone: 07 4015 1206 | Email: [email protected]