Deputy Director, Griffith Institute For Tourism, Griffith University
Sarah Gardiner has a PhD in Marketing and is the Deputy Director of the Griffith Institute for Tourism. She has worked in the private and public sectors of the Australian tourism industry. Her research is published in leading tourism academic journals and she has written several book chapters on the topics of travel consumer behaviour, experience design and innovation. She regularly delivers presentations, consultancies and training for government and industry in these areas. She is especially interested in youth tourism and future tourism travel trends.
Working holidaymakers bring in $3bn each year – so, how will Australia ensure they come back?
Jan 03, 2022 11:58 am UTC| Business
Working holidaymakers will be one of the first international visitor markets to return to Australia in 2022. But as global travel slowly resumes and many young people start thinking about working overseas again, global...
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