Antoine Musu is a Lecturer in the UWA Business School. He specialises in teaching entrepreneurship and innovation within the UWA Bachelor of Commerce degree, and the UWA Master of Biotechnology. His experience includes corporate development and management of hotels and private membership business clubs, working with international operators in Australia, Southeast Asia and Europe, where he was responsible for projects from concept development to opening.
Antoine graduated in accounting and business at the Malta College of Arts, Science and Technology following which he pursued a career as a hotelier in Malta and advancing his education and experience in tourism, hospitality and leisure in the UK and European capital cities. He moved to Hong Kong and Singapore working with International Hotel Groups in the early eighties and later moved to Australia to take up a position with Regent Hotels International.
Antoine has also worked in Sydney and Canberra, and moved to Perth in the late eighties until the mid-nineties when he moved back to Singapore and taking up assignments with the CCA Group in Singapore, Indonesia, Thailand, Vietnam, Malaysia, Hong Kong and Taiwan. He continues to do assignments and consulting in the Southeast Asian region and Australia, and is currently undertaking research in tourism policy and practice in Australia and focusing on Western Australia's regional tourism.
Antoine completed his MBA at the University of Western Australia where he later also gained his Master of Business Innovation degree. He is currently completing his doctoral research, which focuses on enhancing the success of tourism regions within Western Australia.