NEW TOURISM QUEENSLAND CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED

NEW TOURISM QUEENSLAND CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED

TOURISM Queensland (TQ) launched its $4.16 million typically sun, surf and sand campaign.

Premier Anna Bligh saddled up with tourism officials, singing the praises of the tagline Queensland, Where Australia Shines.

But will it work? Following an unremarkable response to the last two campaigns, TQ CEO Anthony Hayes, says ‘lot’s of re...

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VIRGIN PLANS GROUNDED AGAIN

VIRGIN PLANS GROUNDED AGAIN

VIRGIN Blue Limited (VBA) is struggling to get off the runway with international partnerships, as the Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (ACCC) denies the airline’s proposed alliance with Air New Zealand. The announcement is the second in as many days that looks set to cause delays for Virgin’s resource sharing plans with...

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NEW TOURISM CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED AT Q1

NEW TOURISM CAMPAIGN LAUNCHED AT Q1

TOURISM Queensland (TQ) launched its $4.16 million typically sun, surf and sand campaign overlooking just that atop the Q1 building in Surfers Paradise.

Premier Anna Bligh saddled up with tourism officials, singing the praises of the tagline Queensland, Where Australia Shines.

But will it work? Following an unremarkable response to the last two...

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YEAR OF OPPORTUNITY

YEAR OF OPPORTUNITY

OPPORTUNITIES abound in 2010 for companies with liquidity, but those with dwindling cash flow – no matter how great their prospects – face a great regression when it comes to lending. Brisbane Business News tracked down some of the city’s leading finance experts about the year ahead and even let the banks add their five cents....

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Slush Puppie engages in ‘extreme’ marketing

Slush Puppie engages in ‘extreme’ marketing

NERANG-based frozen beverage giant Slush Puppie is undertaking a complete rebranding to attract an older demographic of ‘slushie’ consumers. The major marketing project of the rebranding, ‘Fuel the Underdog’ aims to grab hold of 12-25 year old consumers through sponsoring up-and-coming extreme sports stars. Slush Puppie g...

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Eagle Boys knocks Pizza Hut off mantle

Eagle Boys knocks Pizza Hut off mantle

STRONG demand for pizza and a sizzling national network has helped Eagle Boys Pizza oust Pizza Hut as Australia’s second largest pizza maker by number of outlets. The No 1. spot is held by another Brisbane success story in the ASX listed Domino’s, which has 782 stores - 438 in Australia, 78 in New Zealand, 154 in France, 16 in Belgiu...

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