The Australia New Zealand Agent Workshop
Queenstown Events Centre
February 29 - March 2, 2012
Why attend


Queenstown, New Zealand

Tourism's sleeping giant

The international student market offers enormous revenue potential for the work, adventure, youth & student travel sectors in both Australia and New Zealand.

Click here to hear event and market feedback from Work & Travel providers attending the ANZA Workshop 2011, Gold Coast.

This lucrative sector comprises over 600,000 students, 85% of whom travel while studying & 70% of whom anticipate attracting around 4 friends and family to visit and travel with them.

Savvy work, youth & student travel providers are already supplying this market with a variety of experiences from surf schools to fruit picking and outback adventure tours. This event is perfectly positioned for companies offering work & working holiday, adventure tours & activities, internship & work experience, youth & student tourism, travel & transportation, accommodation, education & training, volunteer & community, au pair & nanny and gap year programmes.

The ANZA Workshop Work & Travel Zone provides direct access to buyers via 1:1 meetings with leading international agents (buyers) as well as key marketers and managers from all sectors of the Australian and New Zealand international education industries.

Preview profiles and preschedule up to 35 x 1:1 meetings with the participants of your choice:

  • 200+ education, work, travel & migration agents from over 45 countries
  • 200+ marketing & management staff from all sectors of the Australian & New Zealand international education industries.

The 3 day event also features a rich social programme designed to maximise networking opportunities. View the online programme.

Work & Travel providers at the ANZA Workshop may apply to host or co-host an agent FAMIL tour. These tours are highly sought after by agents and are an excellent means of further promoting your business and your region.  Learn more about FAMIL tours here.



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