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TIA's Discussing Tourism webinar series

TIA's Discussing Tourism webinar series

TIA is hosting a series of webinars to help support the industry through COVID-19 issues and beyond. We would really value your input into the content of upcoming sessions as we develop ways to offer practical help.

TIA’s Discussing Tourism events are an opportunity to discuss key issues and connect our industry with relevant and vital information. Webinars are a great way for us to connect with our members and the industry at this time, so we’ve included them as part of this series.

If you are struggling with a particular issue right now, please email info@tia.org.nz so that we can seek expert advice on your behalf.


Upcoming webinars:

**POSTPONED**

Discussing Tourism – What are the major parties proposing for tourism?

Thursday 13 August / 2pm

The pandemic has been the biggest shock ever faced by our tourism industry. Join us to learn how each of the major political parties is proposing to support tourism, if they win the 19 September 2020 election. Tourism spokespersons will explain their party’s tourism policies. They’ll also take questions from webinar attendees.


Previous webinars

23 July: TIA's Tourism Election Action Plan 2020

16 July: What next for our workforce? (No recording) 

9 July: Assessing your Changing Risk Profile and War Game Business Scenario Planning

18 June: Understanding and Preparing for Increasing Cyber Threats from COVID-19

11 June: Discussing Tourism – Activating domestic tourism

9 June: Wellbeing Strategies for Challenging Times

4 June: Discussing Tourism – Accessing Government support

28 May: Hardening Property Insurance Market: how to maximise your insurance protection

22 May: Discussing Tourism with Hon Simon Bridges

15 May: Discussing the Government's Budget

13 May: Discussing Tourism – Operating at Level 2

7 May: Discussing Tourism – Engaging with the domestic market

23 April: Alert Level 3 – Where to from here?

16 April: Coping with COVID-19

2 April: Employment Matters

25 March: Wage Subsidy

18 March: Business Continuity & Self-Isolation