Our Clients

Here is a sample of clients TROPICS work with and projects we have undertaken

Pitcairn Islands Tourism Office

Australian Marketing Representative 2014 – current.

The Pitcairn Islands are a must see for adventurous travellers seeking truly remote horizons. A visit to these legendary islands will deliver experiences few others have witnessed. Pristine natural environments, an unforgettable sea voyage and incredible hospitality of the people of Pitcairn Island – the direct descendants of the HMAV Bounty mutineers, and their Polynesian consorts who landed in 1790.

Tamanu Beach Resort, Cook Islands

Australian Marketing Representative 2015 – current.

Located on the beautiful island of Aitutaki in the Cook Islands. Right on the beach with 23 intimate bungalows on the sunset side of Aitutaki, guests are invited to immerse themselves in the relaxing atmosphere of this “Henry” family owned and operated resort.

Yasawa Island Resort & Spa, Fiji Islands

Australia & NZ Marketing Representative 2015 – current.

Yasawa Island Resort & Spa is an exclusive award-winning retreat on one of the most remote and unspoilt islands of Fiji. Offering an all-inclusive and discerning holiday experience, this is place for true pampering. The 18 luxury beachfront bungalows, each only a few steps from a pristine white-sand beach, are hidden among luscious tropical greenery.

Central Pacific Tourism Campaign

Planned and implemented the first ever Australian marketing campaign for the small island states of Kiribati and Marshall Islands in conjunction with Our Airline in 2013. The project was jointly funded by Pacific Islands Trade and Invest, NZAID and Our Airline. Included public relations and targeted multimedia campaign

Samoa Tourism Authority

Market Research and Development of 5-year tourism marketing strategy as part of NZAID funded, Samoa Tourism Support Programme, 2013. Components included:

  • Australian & New Zealand Travel trade survey/research
  • Consultation and conducting of workshops with key stakeholders
  • Development of tourism marketing strategy for period 2014-2018
  • Development of 2014-2015 marketing activity and action plan

South Pacific Tourism Organisation

Market Research project covering Weddings & Honeymoons and Fishing Tourism sectors. Nov 2014 to Mar 2015. Components included:

  • Trade surveys in key global markets
  • Operator surveys across SPTO member countries
  • Research and analysis of range of data and reports
  • Production niche market reports covering both sectors

Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau

We have undertaken a number of projects on behalf of Solomon Islands Visitors Bureau. These have included:

  • Australian & NZ Marketing Representative 2010 – 2012; 2015-2016
  • Destination re-branding project 2011
  • Marketing and Online workshop facilitation 2011
  • Coordinated National Tourism Forum & Travel Mart 2011
  • Collateral development project 2012 (Visitors Guide & Activity Brochures)
  • Treasures of the South Pacific trade seminars 2014 – 2016