1 Keith Henry President & CEO, Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada
2 Aboriginal Tourism Association of Canada - ATAC ATAC focuses on creating partnerships between associations, organizations, government departments and industry leaders from across Canada to support the growth of Aboriginal tourism. Originally formed as the Aboriginal Tourism Marketing Circle ATAC was incorporated in 2015 as a not-for-profit society Board of Directors from across Canada who are actively involved in the Aboriginal tourism industry understand the challenges and opportunities to grow Aboriginal tourism.
4 Economics of Aboriginal Tourism in Canada The number of Aboriginal owned tourism businesses in Canada has more than doubled since National Aboriginal Tourism Research Project, Economic Impact of Aboriginal Tourism in Canada, April 2015
5 Power of Aboriginal Tourism Powerful impact on travelers: Grows cultural awareness and understanding Delivers a deep and meaningful connection Offers a valuable opportunity for differentiation in the tourism marketplace Powerful impact on Aboriginal communities: Revitalizes cultural knowledge and practices Enhances economic prosperity and diversification Inspires the passing down of cultural knowledge from elders to youth
6 National Research In 2015, ATAC completed a national research project examining the impact of Aboriginal tourism in Canada The first study of this kind since 2002 Inventory of 1,527 businesses Survey of 132 Aboriginal tourism operators Survey of 36 Travel Trade companies Examination of 169 secondary research documents Over 60 interviews and 4 case studies
7 National Research Economic Impact: Jobs: 26,000 full-time equivalent up from 13,000 in 2002 GDP (value added): $1.34 billion up from $596 million in 2002 Wages and Salaries: $817 million Taxes: $142 million
8 National Research Key Markets: USA UK Germany France Canada Australia In 2015, these markets supplied 129 million visitors per year Potential to add an estimated 60 million visitors within the next 2 years
9 National Research Emerging Markets: Japan South Korea Mexico Brazil China
10 National Research The Aboriginal Tourism Visitor Who are they? Married 55% Female Higher education Empty nester Travel longer Spend more Less than 14% of trip days with an Aboriginal tourism experience What do they want? Feel immersed, engaged (entertainment or show is of less value) Experience nature & learn Authentic & real Make a connection, discover Indigenous way of life, spiritual, cultural Aboriginal tourism opportunities are normally sought out while on trips, as opposed to during the pre-trip destination selection process.
11 ATAC Targets Measurable goals to achieve by ) Aboriginal tourism revenues: $300 million increase in annual Canadian GDP by 2021 $1.4 Billion contribution to Canadian GDP in ) Aboriginal tourism jobs: 40,233 total workers by ,100 jobs in 2015
12 ATAC Targets Measurable goals to achieve by ) Aboriginal tourism businesses: 50 additional export-ready experiences by 2021 Approx. 80 Aboriginal tourism experiences, festival and events were export-ready in ) Financial sustainability and stability of ATAC: Average of $2.6 million in annual funding from 2016 to 2021 Total of $13 million over 5 years invested in four strategic pillars
13 ATAC Strategic Pillars Designed to respond to current research, build on industry expertise and deliver ATAC targets. 1) Development Increase number of export-ready experiences certified authentic by ATAC i. Provide support for workshops and advisory services ii. Connect Aboriginal business owners to business capital Education/ Training including: i. Guidelines, tool-kits & standards, best practices & case studies ii. Partner with provinces/ territories on implementation systems iii.connect members to capacity development, meaningful research iv.concentrate on leadership and business skills, customer service, tourism industry knowledge, and cultural protocols
14 ATAC Strategic Pillars 2) Marketing Focus on high-value, targeted marketing and sales efforts in core and emerging markets Advance awareness with consumers, travel trade and key tourism organizations Align and partner with Destination Canada (DC) Develop and deliver marketing communications relating to positive community and cultural impacts of Aboriginal tourism
15 ATAC Strategic Pillars 3) Leadership Representation with a national mandate, support regional/provincial/territorial initiatives and associations Develop advocacy key messaging and delivery channels Build support for Aboriginal tourism within local community leadership Establish systems and techniques for long-term financial sustainability of ATAC Assist with establishing and evolving provincial & territorial Aboriginal tourism organizations
16 ATAC Strategic Pillars 4) Partnership Develop and solidify mutually beneficial long-term industry partnerships Establish effective, broad networks with industry leaders Establish member engagement and support of ATAC using a provincial/territorial/regional approach Foster collaboration amongst ATAC members to share, learn and partner Demonstrate value to: Aboriginal tourism entrepreneurs, provinces and territories and partners/ funders
17 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Development International Aboriginal Tourism Conference ATAC s largest single 2016/17 project Dec , Membertou, NS 400+ participants, 20+ speakers, workshops, cultural experiences, National Awards Gala Also includes a full day of training and capacity development workshops specifically for Aboriginal tourism businesses Guidelines, tool-kits & standards, best practices, case studies, marketplace Leadership and business skills, customer service, tourism industry knowledge, and cultural protocols
18 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Development Partners in Development Developing partnership agreement with Parks Canada to work together on developing new as well as upgraded Aboriginal tourism experiences. Established a partnership with Tourism HR Canada to further the work in Aboriginal capacity building in tourism.
19 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Marketing Joint marketing program between ATAC and Destination Canada Marketing where Canada s Tourism Brand Leads Marketing initiatives will include: Consumer direct marketing Social media Media relations Travel agent education Co-operative marketing Digit asset development
20 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Marketing Support Aboriginal tourism businesses to compete and thrive internationally Tools and resources to bring Aboriginal tourism experiences to international markets Core activities will include: Tradeshows Research Explorer Quotient Toolkit Experiences Toolkit Canadian Signature Experiences (CSE) program
21 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Marketing Showcase Canada Asia 3 days of appointments with over 100 qualified buyers from mainland China, Taiwan and Hong Kong joined by 6 ATAC member/operators Rendez-vous Canada: luncheon sponsorship for 1,000+ guests & ATAC-themed area of 25+ Aboriginal Tourism organizations
22 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Marketing Canada Media Marketplace closing reception sponsorship & met 1-on-1 w/ 20+ US media GoMedia sponsor opening reception for 275+ guests, 1-on-1 appointments with 25+ media
23 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Leadership Advocacy, representation, building support ATAC President and CEO Keith Henry and Manitoba board member Jeff Provost (Eastside Aboriginal Sustainable Tourism Inc.) presented to the Canadian Council of Tourism Minister s (CCTM) focusing on a national Aboriginal tourism industry update and setting the stage for the vision into the future.
24 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Leadership Advocacy, representation, building support ATAC President and CEO Keith Henry along with ATAC board member Dave Laveau, who is also the Executive Director of Quebec Aboriginal Tourism, provided an update to hundreds of First Nations leaders attending the 36th Assembly of First Nations (AFN) Annual Assembly.
25 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Leadership Advocacy, representation, building support ATAC President and CEO Keith Henry, co-chair for the Mid-Coast Working Group representing multiple tourism stakeholders, successfully led the BC Provincial government and BC Ferries to commit to run a seasonal direct ferry service between Port Hardy and Bella Coola in an effort to support Aboriginal tourism and the BC mid-coast economy.
26 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Leadership Corporate Communications /aboriginal-tourismassociation-ofcanada Private members group AboriginalCanada.ca Sign up at AboriginalCanada.ca Timely and relevant corporate communications are a key component in ATAC s leadership efforts. ATAC uses these communications channels to get information to its members, partners and the wider tourism industry.
27 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Partnership Mutually beneficial collaboration and engagement Marketing partnership agreement signed with Destination Canada GOALS: Growing and leveraging the Aboriginal cultural tourism sector opportunity. Generating demand for Canada s visitor economy, for the benefit of the larger Aboriginal and Canadian tourism economy.
28 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Partnership Mutually beneficial collaboration and engagement Training partnership agreement signed with Tourism HR Canada GOALS: Addressing labour and skills shortages in the tourism sector Increasing workforce participation by Aboriginal people in the Canadian tourism sector.
29 Programs, Projects and Achievements Strategic Pillar: Partnership ATAC launches membership program Enables Aboriginal tourism industry partners to engage and show support for Aboriginal tourism. Membership Fee Structure: All Members: $99 CDN annual membership fee Membership Upgrade Option Additional $199 CDN Business listing on the ATAC website Other examples of cooperative marketing and sales support: Business listing in the annual ATAC attractions guide Additional and ongoing marketing/sales support Join us on our Path Forward, become a member!
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