Australasian Surf Business Magazine and Bali Plus Magazine have joined forces in support of the Come Back to Bali sales and marketing campaign to stimulate travel to Bali post-Covid 19. By collaborating, the two publications aim to make the Come Back to Bali (CBB) campaign a success for the Australian market, especially for surfers and the surfing industry in Australia. Bali is known as a surfing paradise for Australian surfers and we hope this ‘buy now, travel later’ campaign will bring back surfers to Bali from Australia and other countries to support the people of Bali, who rely on the tourism industry to survive.
Our collective goal is to bring our valued clients together to join this campaign, as an outlet for local tourism players to share various deals on accommodation packages available to the public. It’s a ‘buy now, travel later’ platform to help stimulate the local economy. Using our websites as a digital platform with a marketplace concept, accommodation offers will be listed by area including: Kuta, Legian, Seminyak, Nusa Dua, Jimbaran/ Uluwatu, Sanur, Ubud and Canggu.
The initial collaboration is a cross promotion by placing the CBB banner on Australasian Surf Business Magazine (asbmag.com) website with a hyperlink to the CBB platform. We will continue collaborations on a larger scale once the borders of both countries are fully open. Bali Plus will share this collaboration to its extensive partners including International Travel Agents and Buyers via an extensive database, including the big players from each region.
Our collective goal with Come Back to Bali is to bring our valued clients and partners together to join this campaign, as a space for both buyers and sellers to connect and build new networks. Due to the fluid nature of COVID19 regulations the duration of the campaign is expected to last for 12 months or more.
The Come Back to Bali campaign is being shared with International Travel Agents and Buyers including the big players from each region including: Asia Escape, Flight Centre, Helloworld, House of Travel/Hoot and Bali Tours Melbourne, AURA Events, Credit Suisse Australia, Davis & James Travel Associates, MP Travel Pty Limited – Sydney, NSW, MTA Travel, Paramount Pictures, Savenio, The Savvy, Traveller, Totem Group, Travel Managers Australia,Valerie Percival ViP Event Management, Wellness Escapes, 1000 Mile Travel, Agent Holidays, Concept Travel, EQUITY TRAVEL, Glam Girls Lux Travels, Global Tour Specialists, In2 Travel Australia, Insignia Mangement, J Luxe Travel, MTA – Mobile Travel Agents, MTA TRAVEL, The Conference Event Specialists and Masters Travels Worldwide, The, Travel Collection, Touring Treasures, where2travel, X CAPITAL, 303 World Travel & Cruise, Dent Global, EH Travel Pty Ltd, FBI TRAVEL, Kaleidoscopic Travel, Luxe Travel, Martini Travel.
About Bali Plus.
Established in 1996, PT. Trijaya Dewata has proven to be a reliable partner to the promotion industries in providing publishing, printed media and digital media. Our main business is to provide various printed and digital media. More information https://www.baliplus.com
About ASB Magazine
Australasian Surf Business (ASB) Magazine objectively reports on all aspects of the surf industry and is committed to editorial excellence by providing its readers with the only one-stop forum for the entire surf industry. Few could have predicted the rapid transformation the surf industry has undergone since ASB launched in 2004. As the market continues to evolve, ASB is at the cutting edge, providing insightful, factual accounts of the changing surf industry landscape. ASB’s focus is on the information needs of surf retailers by reporting on new products, emerging trends, acquisitions, supplier relationships and services – all geared to helping retailers identify the products and means to increase turnover, margins and profits. ASB is committed to editorial excellence, drawing on a talent pool of some of the industry’s finest writers. More information: www.asbmag.com