Hospitality Review - October 2018

Hospitality Review - October 2018

THA Members, corporate partners and industry friends, we would like to welcome you to our new design of the Hospitality Review magazine.

This edition includes a special feature on our Awards for Excellence. Congratulations to all finalists, state and national award winners. We hope you like this first issue of our new design; let us know if there are any topics you would like to see covered in the future.

OneMusic

OneMusic

Have a quick look at how music licensing will change for your business in less than 12 months.

We’re writing to you as a customer (licensee) of APRA AMCOS.

From the middle of 2019, there will be a big improvement to obtaining and managing a licence to use music in your organisation. Red tape will be drastically cut making it easier for most businesses to renew their licence for using our music. This improvement is under an initiative called OneMusic Australia.

Tasmanian Hospitality Venues Shine on National Stage

Tasmanian Hospitality Venues Shine on National Stage

Today at the Australian Hotels Association (AHA) National gala event at the Sheraton Grand Mirage Resort on the Gold Coast, the winners of the 2018 AHA National Awards for Excellence were announced. Tasmanian Hospitality Association (THA) CEO Steve Old congratulated all Tasmanian nominees and passed on a special acknowledgement to the four (4) Tasmanian venue winners on being the best in the country in their chosen category. 

Tassal Completes Prawn Acquisition

Tassal Completes Prawn Acquisition

Tassal has today announced a $31.9 million acquisition of the Fortune Group - one of the largest footprint prawn farming bases in Australia. The completed acquisition includes land, assets and inventory of the Fortune Group’s three prawn farms located at Yamba, New South Wales; Proserpine, Queensland; and Mission Beach, Queensland.

Worried about cyber security? You should be!

Worried about cyber security? You should be!

1 in 4 businesses will experience a data breach.  The world as we know it is continually changing and one of the fundamental drivers is digital transformation.  In partnership with TasmaNet, cyber security expert Jim Lange from HPE talks about the threats we face in our digital environment and how you can protect your business against data corruption and common cyber security threats.