tourism
sustainability
and planning

community and
stakeholder
consultation

marketing and
communication
strategies

solutions for
business
sustainability

 


Links

Golden Quest Discovery Trail | Australia’s Golden Outback | Tourism WA

Tourism Australia | Austrade | World Tourism Organisation | Global Reporting Initiative 

Australia's Coral Coast | FACET | Australian Geotourism Forum | Geocaching Australia

 


News

We have expanded AND moved to an office.  We are delighted to announce that we have new teams members.  Helen Waddell has joined us as Projects Assistant to assist Amy in the day to day research on each of the projects.  Helen comes with a wealth of experience having worked across a range of industries, a broad depth of skills, and having graduated from Edith Cowan University with a Bachelor of Tourism Management and Marketing.  Erin Rotondella has joined us as our Projects Coordinator.  Erin recently graduated from Murdoch University with a Bachelor of Business and Hospitality and Tourism Management, so is keen to apply her theoretical knowledge to each of our projects.  We also have office space in the heart of Fremantle.  With many of our projects being completed with our collaborating business partner Executive Compass, we have taken the opportunity to office share with Mark.  If you are in Fremantle, feel free to drop in for a coffee and a chat.

And we are delighted to announce that our Projects Assistant Amy Sleight and her husband have welcomed a baby boy, Matty.  We so look forward to having both Amy and Matty join us when she returns from maternity leave.

Economic Transitions is delighted to have been appointed by Tourism WA to complete the Hot Springs WA Opportunity Experience Analysis.  Collaborating with Mark Adams from Executive Compass, Rikki Clarke from Creative Spaces and Amy Gough from Wanderlust Communications, we are currently working our way through the state identifying potential new sites for hot springs as well as visiting existing sites.

Economic Transitions is currently developing a project to capture real time visitor statistics - visitor numbers and experiential data - through the use of QR codes and surveys.  The capture of both qualitative and quantitative data and reporting on a monthly basis will allow Shires to review real time data and make decisions on advertising and marketing to key markets quickly.  The Shire of Leonora has been selected as the site for the pilot data capture.  Economic Transitions looks forward to being able to extend this project to other Shires in the regions soon.

Economic Transitions is delighted to be partnering with BUDE ArchitectsExecutive CompassCreative SpacesFlametree CreativePuzzle Consulting, Thinkfield and Wanderlust Communications.