Chris Green of Crowe Horwath to present on ‘Creating Sustainability in Regional Tourism’

Christopher Green, Principal – Business Advisory at Crowe Horwath will present at the Australian Regional Development Conference being held at the Commercial Club Albury on the 26– 27 August 2015.

The Conference is an initiative of the Association for Sustainability in Business Inc., a non-Government ‘not-for-profit’ organisation.

Christopher Green

Christopher Green

Presenter Introduction: With over 7 years experience, Christopher specialises in Strategic Planning and Business Plans for larger businesses in North East Victoria and the Southern Riverina.

Most recently, Christopher was the Director of a regionally based Strategic Advisory firm in Wangaratta where he provided a variety of high level strategic options to his clients.

Christopher combines the practical, commercial and technical experience needed to deliver positive outcomes with a unique understanding of the issues facing regionally based organisations. Additionally, he has a comprehensive knowledge of Government grants currently available that can assist clients in achieving their goals.

Christopher undertakes an active role in his local community through participation in a variety of community groups and boards.

Presentation Title: Creating Sustainability in Regional Tourism – a case study
Co-Author: Kylie Smith, Principal – Business Advisory at Crowe Horwath

Overview: Sustainability in tourism plays an important role in the overall ongoing growth and success of regional areas. Developing a process to understand what drives sustainability and leverage opportunities is a key aspect of successfully creating sustainability in regional tourism.

To view and/or download the Australian Regional Development Conference program, visit the website here.