About Tourism Industry Council Tasmania
Tourism Industry Council Tasmania (TICT) is the peak body representing the Tasmanian tourism industry. We are a not-for-profit organisation, promoting the value of tourism and advocating on behalf of our industry.
Our vision is a united tourism industry, working with government and the community to deliver:
- World class visitor experiences;
- Sustainable growth and profitability for our tourism operators; and
- A buoyant Tasmanian visitor economy.
TICT brings the Tasmanian tourism industry together through our large, representative and voluntary Industry Council.
Twenty-four directors, elected by TICT members, represent all sectors of the industry and regions of Tasmania. Directors serve a two-year term, with half-Council elections at each Annual General Meeting. The Council meets around 8-times each year to discuss industry policy and priorities, oversee TICT’s industry programs, and determine industry strategy and direction.
The Chairman of Tourism Industry Council Tasmania is Daniel Leesong. Daniel is the Managing Director of Coal River Farm and was appointed TICT Chair in May 2015
Daniel is supported by two Deputy Chairs: Mark Wilsdon, Co-CEO of MONA; and Clint Walker, Proprietor of Stanley Seaview Inn. The Chair and Deputy Chairs are appointed by the Directors to serve a two-year term.