Tourism Fiji has welcomed Juliet Miall as its new Trade Executive, Australia, in their Sydney office. Just in time for Fiji’s reopening, next Wednesday, 1 December.
Juliet joins Tourism Fiji this week with over 20 years of knowledge of the destination gained from her most recent role at Fiji Island Holidays, where she was Manager and Destination Specialist.
Juliet has been promoting Fiji in a variety of sales, marketing, content creation and stakeholder management roles, all of which make her an asset to Tourism Fiji.
Jason Sacriz, Trade Partnerships Manager, Australia said: “We are excited to have Juliet join us at such an important time with Fiji opening its borders to Aussies next week. Juliet brings an amazing wealth of knowledge and experience in promoting Fiji but it’s her passion for the destination which really stands out.
“I know Juliet will hit the ground running and I’m sure she can’t wait to share her passion of Fiji with our travel trade.”
Robert Thompson, Regional Director, Australia added, “With borders about to open and the amount of enquiry we’re fielding from trade and consumer alike, to have someone with Juliet’s extensive product knowledge is critical for us.
“Her enthusiasm in promoting Fiji will be a huge bonus to our team in Australia. We’re thrilled to have Juliet joining the Tourism Fiji family.”
‘’I’m so excited to be joining Tourism Fiji at such an important time and I’m looking forward to sharing my knowledge about a destination that I love, with the travel industry,’’ says Juliet.
She also adds ‘’In taking up this exciting new role my hope is to connect all of our travel trade with the happiness for which Fiji is renowned’’
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