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Sky-high tourism talk

10 Mar 2016

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Local business people were treated to an informative and engaging speech from Tourism Victoria CEO Nick Foa at the Yarra River Business Association’s (YRBA) first business luncheon of the year.

Held above the clouds at Eureka Skydeck on Wednesday, February 17, guests enjoyed breathtaking views, high quality food and wine and an interesting and detailed insight into Victoria’s tourism industry.

Mr Foa spoke passionately and frankly about the work involved in transitioning Tourism Victoria into the much bigger Visit Victoria and provided insights into current work surrounding tourism in the Yarra precinct.

The YRBA will host its next luncheon mid-year.

For more information on the business association visit www.yarrariver.info

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