Invest News October 2018 - Choose Brisbane

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Invest News October 2018

Brisbane has received a boost through the $48 million Attracting Tourism Fund, which will see the city capitalise on record number of visitors by supporting the Tourism industry’s efforts to provide game-changing attractions in our state.

More via Australasian Leisure

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Brisbane’s Chief Digital Officer Cat Matson has been recognised as one of Australia’s top digital innovators winning DX Leader for Australia in the 2018 IDC Digital Transformation Awards (IDC DX Awards).

The IDC DX Awards recognise leading organisations who champion digital transformation in the Asia Pacific region, and will now represent Australia at the IDC DX Award Regional Finals on October 25.

More via F Magazine

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We’ve been working behind the scenes with the State Government to find out what opportunities exist to create new world-class tourism experiences in Brisbane.

The result of our research is The Brisbane Tourism Investment Guide – outlining the city’s potential to generate an extra $6.5 billion in new visitor expenditure by 2031, if the city attracts the right investment in tourism infrastructure and capitalises on record levels of visitation.

More via The Courier Mail

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Brisbane’s credentials as a holiday destination continue to grow as new figures reveal a record number of Australian holidaymakers have converged on the city.

More via Choose Brisbane

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The Brisbane River is a defining feature of our city’s identity and as one of the city’s greatest natural assets, which is why Brisbane City Council is investing in the River Access Network.

Through improved infrastructure, visitors and residents will continue to enjoy our iconic river views and natural beauty as they travel the ferry network, kayak along the river or use the cycling and walking paths.

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