Work and Travel ANZA

The Australia New Zealand Agent (ANZA) Workshop 2018 will be held in Auckland, New Zealand. World class facilities, an inspiring art scene, fantastic cuisine and unique culture - Auckland has much to offer international students and visitors. View a 1 minute destination video here.

Tap into the international student, edu-tourism and working holiday markets! Each year ANZA attracts hundreds of educators, work & travel organisations, industry service providers, and international agents (buyers) who send many thousands of students and youth travellers to the region annually.

The ANZA Workshop is the most efficient and cost-effective way to personally meet 1:1 with buyers & sellers of education, edu-tourism, work, youth and student travel. In 2017, the ANZA Workshop hosted 482 participants from 320 organisations in 49 countries, growing by 15% over the previous year. Educators, work & travel organisations, and service providers conducted over 4 200 pre-scheduled business meetings with 178 top quality agents (buyers) from 42 countries.

ICEF takes agent quality very seriously. Consequently, all agents at the ANZA Workshop will have passed ICEF’s comprehensive selection and screening process. Additionally, each agency (buyer) will have proven an active interest in New Zealand and Australian destinations.

The ANZA Workshop offers many professional development opportunities for participants, including seminars on international education trends, insights into key markets, and guidance on building successful relationships with agents (buyers).

Specific Information about this Workshop for Work & Travel Professionals

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

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

Work & Travel ANZA provides sellers of work & travel and youth tourism products and services maximum exposure at the largest and most international B2B event of its kind in the region.

Providing unprecedented networking opportunities, Work & Travel ANZA connects you to over 450 educational travel professionals from over 40 countries in one convenient location.

View the event video. Hear what past participants had to say about Work & Travel ANZA.

Work & Travel ANZA is perfectly positioned for organisations buying and selling products such as working holiday, adventure activities, internships, work experience, youth travel, accommodation, volunteering, au pair and gap year programmes.

Work & Travel ANZA provides direct access to destination focussed buyers via 1:1 meetings with leading international agents, as well as with key marketers from all sectors of the Australian and New Zealand international education industries.


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

  • 180+ education and work & travel agents from over 30 countries
  • 160+ marketing staff from all sectors of the Australian & New Zealand international education industries
  • 80+ work, adventure and youth travel providers (from Australia & New Zealand)

Extensive social programme designed to maximise networking opportunities.

Work & Travel ANZA delegates can apply to host or co-host agent FAM tours. These tours are highly sought after by agents, and offer an excellent opportunity to further promote your business and your destination.

Hear what past participants had to say about Work & Travel ANZA.

 
  • Work, adventure and youth travel companies from New Zealand and Australia
  • Education providers from all sectors of the international education industry in New Zealand and Australia
  • Education and work & travel agents from over 40 countries who specialise in sending students and youth travellers to New Zealand and Australia.
  • Service providers who have products and services to sell to international students & youth travellers via agents and/or providers.

 Australia - Work, Travel, Accommodation, Volunteer and Exchange providers

  • AIFS Australia
  • Aquarius Backpackers
  • Au Pair House
  • Australian Internships
  • Auzzie Internships & Study
  • Awesome Adventures Oz
  • Base Backpackers
  • Bunyip Tours
  • Colourful Trips
  • Dream Internship
  • Gold Coast Adventure Travel Group
  • iVenture Card
  • Lets Go Surfing
  • Melbourne Discovery Groups
  • Ocean Hotels and Sunlover Cruises
  • Student Uni Travel
  • The Intern Group
  • Topdeck
  • Townsville Enterprise
  • VisitOz
  • YHA Australia

 New Zealand - Work, Travel, Accommodation, Volunteer and Exchange providers

  • AJ Hackett Bungy
  • Auckland Adventure Jet
  • Go Orange
  • Haka Educational Tours
  • Intern NZ & Intern OZ
  • Mana Tours
  • Ngai Tahu Tourism
  • NZET - New Zealand Educational Tours
  • Pure Exploration New Zealand
  • Rotorua Education Network
  • Skydive Auckland
  • THL - Tourism Holdings Limited
  • Whakarewarewa Thermal Village
  • YHA New Zealand

Benefits

  • Increase international sales
  • Create a more diverse and sustainable client nationality mix
  • Easily develop networks of high quality pre-screened agents / re-sellers from all over the world
  • Renew / maintain existing contacts and sales channels
  • Increase brand recognition
  • Learn about the latest market developments and trends
  • Meet a wide range of quality agents, educators and service providers in one venue - save time and money

Inclusions

Pre-scheduled one-to-one business appointments with relevant and high quality agents, as well as with educators and service providers.

Appointments last 25 minutes and serve the dual objectives of meeting new contacts and/or maintaining existing relationships. Meals, refreshment breaks and evening functions are also included, offering further  valuable networking opportunities.


Participation Deliverables

Prior to the workshop:

  • Comprehensive details on all participants
  • Use of the eSchedule PRO online appointment scheduling system
  • Hotel reservation options and preferential rates
  • City, venue and leisure programme information
  • Access to targeted marketing and sponsorship opportunities
  • Opportunity to offer and promote FAM tours and receptions

At the workshop:

  • Exclusive use of your own meeting table
  • Entry in the Educator, Exhibitor and Work & Travel (seller) Catalogue
  • Copies of both buyer (Agent) and seller Catalogues
  • Access to Marcom Onsite for last-minute appointment scheduling
  • Participation market intelligence & training seminars at the ANZA Workshop
  • Access to welcome reception, networking breakfasts, lunches, refreshment breaks & dinner reception

PROPOSAL FORM for FAM Tours and Receptions / ANZA


FAM Tours & Receptions

Agent familiarisation (FAM) tours and receptions are excellent ways for you to gain exposure and promote your institution and / or association to event registered agents.

FAM tours allow you to take advantage of a large number of agents attending the event and attract them to visit your institution, campus and region. Effective FAM tours enable agents to increase their product knowledge and bring back first-hand experience to potential students.


FAM Tour guidelines:

  • FAM tour organisers may determine all logistics, conditions and costs associated with their tour, including which event participants are accepted to join, and which are not.
  • ICEF will not get involved in the organisation of FAM tours, but simply ensure relevancy for event participants as well as an equal representation of tours to all delegates.
  • All delegates interested in attending FAM tours will be asked to make direct contact with the tour organiser. Organisers are responsible for confirming or declining acceptance directly with participants.
  • FAM tour organisers wishing to promote their tour through ICEF are required to submit a proposal. All proposals are subject to approval by ICEF.
  • FAM tours may only be offered outside of event related activities and times.
  • Only organisations attending the event may meet and host other event participants. We do not wish to encourage non-registered institutions to access and benefit from meeting potential business partners that event registered organisations have paid to meet.

Reception guidelines:

Receptions allow you to host agents in a memorable way while reinforcing your brand. Inviting the agents that you wish to target gives you the chance to make meaningful and focused connections in a relaxed and fun environment.

  • Reception organisers may determine all logistics, conditions and costs associated with their event, including which event participants and other business partners are accepted to join, and which are not.
  • ICEF will not get involved in the organisation of receptions, but simply ensure relevancy for event participants as well as an equal representation of receptions to all delegates.
  • All event participants interested in attending a reception will be asked to make direct contact with the reception organiser. Organisers are responsible for confirming or declining acceptance directly with participants.
  • Reception organisers wishing to promote their event through ICEF are requested to provide information as outlined on the ICEF website.
  • Receptions may only be offered outside of event related activities and times.
  • Only organisations attending the event may meet and host other event participants. We do not wish to encourage non-registered institutions to access and benefit from meeting potential business partners that event registered organisations have paid to meet.

Promotion

Once your proposal has been accepted by ICEF, we will promote your event to assist you in attracting the quantity and variety of agents desired.

Your FAM tour or reception will be listed in this section of the website along with your contact details, hyperlinks and / or promotional materials. ICEF will also promote your event to all attending agents once their registration has been approved, as well as in numerous follow-up communications prior to the event.

Please provide ICEF with a website hyperlink and / or a brochure / flyer / invitation (pdf format) containing the following information:

  • Name of activity
  • Host name and contact details
  • Details of the event including program, location, date and time, inclusions such as food and transportation, invited target groups / individuals and maximum number of participants

Please note: Proposals received less than 4 weeks prior to the event will be listed on the website but will no longer be published in any other agent communications.




2018 FAM Tours and Receptions will be published 3 months before the event.


2017 FAM Tours and Receptions

  The Inaugural Study Fraser Coast Regional Fam Tour
Organiser:
Study Fraser Coast
Date:
April 8th 2017 through to April 11th 2017
Location:
The Fraser Coast
Invited:
Agents
Programme:
Study Fraser Coast would like to invite 4 ANZA Agents for a 3 night 3 day Agent Famil tour to discover Queensland's soul stirring Fraser Coast where nature truly comes alive. Spend the Sunday after the ANZA conference taking a tour of World Heritage Listed Fraser Island.
On Monday and Tuesday Visit schools, vocational institutes, and universities, all located in the UNESCO listed Great Sandy Biosphere. As part of the program Study Fraser Coast will also showcase the amazing lifestyle that is part of studying and living on the Fraser Coast to help better understand what the region has to offer.
All you need to do is:
- Arrange your own flight to Brisbane on Saturday morning the 8th of April after the ANZA conference and
- Your own movements after a late afternoon flight back to Brisbane on Tuesday the 11th of April. (Arriving 6:40 pm)
We will provide:
• 3 days (3 nights) Quality Accommodation in world famous Hervey Bay Coast (8th Apr-11st Apr)
• Flights from Brisbane airport (2:40 pm Departure April 8th) to your hotel in Hervey Bay(Arriving 3:40 pm)
• All accommodation, meals and land transport and barge transfers
• Institution visits
• Full Day Tour of World Heritage Listed Fraser Island (Sunday Apr 9th)
• Study Fraser Coast will arrange accommodation and pick up from your hotel each morning for a full day itinerary each day
• Return airfares to Brisbane airport on 11st April. (Arrive Brisbane Airport 6:40pm)
For further information contact Donna Foster on +61 472 836 331 or email donna.foster@frasercoast.qld.gov.au
Contact:
Please contact Donna Foster on donna.foster@frasercoast.qld.gov.au

Lunch Reception
Organiser:
Cairns College of English & Business
Date:
Wed, 5 April 2017, 10:30-12:30
Location:
Cairns CBD
Invited:
Agents
Programme:
Lunch reception at Japanese restaurant together with school visit
Contact:
Please contact Helen Pearce on admin@cceb.qld.edu.au

Study Brisbane and Study Gold Coast ANZA FAM Tour
Organiser:
Study Brisbane and Study Gold Coast
Date:
29 March - 4 April
Location:
Brisbane and Gold Coast
Invited:
Agents
Programme:
Study Brisbane and Study Gold Coast invite 7 ANZA Agents to a 6 nights pre Agent Famil. Meet and greet before the ANZA Workshop in Cairns. Visit some of our leading Education and Training Providers, Student Accommodation Providers and explore our wonderful cities. Meet our dedicated team and learn more about the courses on offer.
Maximum number of agents: 7
Host institutions: to be advised
Opportunity:
Arrange your own flight to Brisbane or Gold Coast Airport on 29 March
We will provide:
• Transport from Brisbane or Gold Coast Airport to your hotel on the Gold Coast
• All accommodation, meals and land transport
• 2 1/2 days on the Gold Coast (30 Mar-1 Apr)
• 2 1/2 days in Brisbane (2 Apr-4 Apr)
• Institution visits and agent training seminars
• Tourism and leisure activities
• Return transport to Brisbane or Gold Coast Airport on 4 April
Study Brisbane and Study Gold Coast will arrange accommodation and pick up from your hotel each morning for a full day itinerary each day
See flyer for details.
Contact:
Please contact Sean Braybrook on sean@studygoldcoast.org.au or Angela Bellas on abellas@brisbanemarketing.com.au

Sunshine Coast / Noosa, Fam Tour
Organiser:
Study Sunshine Coast
Date:
29th March – 1st April
Location:
Sunshine Coast / Noosa
Invited:
Agents
Programme:
Study Sunshine Coast invites 13 ANZA Agents for a 3 night Agent Famil tour to discover Australia’s premier destination. Visit schools, vocational institutes, universities and student accommodation, all set in a naturally breathtaking environment. Your time on the Sunshine Coast will be a relaxed combination of visits to education providers and world class edu-tourism destinations to give help you experience the spectacular Sunshine Coast/Noosa region.
• Meet our dedicated team and learn more about what the spectacular Sunshine Coast / Noosa region can offer.
• Arrange your own flight to Brisbane on 30th March

We will provide:
• 3 days (3 nights) on the Sunshine Coast (29th Mar-1st Apr)
• Transport from Brisbane airport to your hotel on the Sunshine Coast (1 hour)
• All accommodation, meals and land transport
• Institution visits and agent information seminars
• Tourism and leisure activities
• Study Sunshine Coast will arrange accommodation and pick up from your hotel each morning for a full day itinerary each day
• Return transport to Brisbane airport on 1st April. Arrive Brisbane Airport 11.30am Arrange your own flight to Cairns in time to participate in the Study Cairns Fam Tour starting 2nd April.
More information available early 2017
Contact:
Please contact Phillip Loader on phillip.loader@sunshinecoast.qld.gov.au

Study Cairns FAM Tour - fully booked
Organiser:
Study Cairns
Date:
2nd-4th April 2017
Location:
Cairns
Invited:
Agents
Programme:
Study Cairns invite 25 ANZA agents on a 3 night FAM tour to discover Cairns - located in Tropical North Qld and offering some of the world's best international study programs and breathtaking attractions.
Visit schools, vocational institutes, world class universities and student accommodation, as well as experience unique edu-tourism products.
Inclusions:
* 3 Nights 5* Accommodation
* All transport to and from campus visits and scheduled activities
* Institution and accommodation visits
* Edu-tourism tours
* All meals relating to activities/tours
(Flights to/from Cairns not included)
SEE attached flyer for detailed program here
Contact:
See www.studycairns.com.au/study/ to connect with Study Cairns Education provider members
Northern Territory International Education Agent Fam Tour
Organiser:
StudyNT and AA&P

Date:
31st March - 4th April 2017

Location:
Northern Territory

Invited:
Agents

Programme:
StudyNT and AA&P invite 12 Agents to discover Northern Australia's vibrant and multicultural Top End and learn about the exciting studying, living & work place opportunities available for international students.
Connect with leading education providers in the Northern Territory.
What is included?
4-Day Northern Territory studying & living Experience
All touring transport & entry fees
(including a visit to world heritage listed Kakadu National Park)
Airport transfers
Direct access and site inspection to leading NT education providers
All accommodation & meals
One-way airfare Darwin to Cairns in time for the ICEF Conference.
Exclusions: Flights to Darwin and Flights from Cairns
Register your interest now as places are strictly limited!
See flyer for details.
Contact:
Please contact Katie Connolly on events@associatedadvertising.com.au

To ensure that you are well prepared and make the most of the workshop, it is important that you read the Educator & Service Provider Information Pack below.

Educator & Service Provider Info Pack

Other useful forms and information include:

Hotel Booking:

Pullman Cairns International Hotel - fully booked now.  Click here for alternative hotel options.

Programme:

Workshop Programme
Seminar Programme

Other Useful Documents:

Shipping Label for marketing material or bag inserts
Walking Map - Cairns Convention Centre to Pullman Hotel
ICEF Workshop Procedures: Guidelines for first-time Participants
Getting Started Information for Marcom eSchedule PRO
Scheduling Meetings - Useful Hints & Tips

How to maximise your workshop experience? – Watch the video tutorials:

  • PART 1 - before the workshop
    Learn about ICEF Workshops, preparing for an event, making appointments and tips for a successful workshop experience.
  • PART 2 - at the workshop
    Learn what happens during an event, including identifying potential partners on site, workshop etiquette, using the agent catalogue and key questions to ask agents during meetings.
  • PART 3 - after the workshop
    Learn about post event follow up. Effective follow up leads to strong partnerships, successful relationships, and a better ROI.

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