TSE News Stories

TSE News Stories

New Guidance on Package Travel Regulations

Our partner, the Tourism Alliance, has produced extremely useful guidance on the new Package Travel Regulations. It is important that all businesses take note of the new Regulations because they will impact on many businesses that previously thought that their activities had nothing to do with package travel. Even operators that simply recommend other businesses to customers could be impacted and…

Tourism APPG Sharing Economy Report

Parliamentary Committee Recommends Sharper regulation and more flexible powers on Sharing Economy

Record Overseas Visits to the UK

The UK welcomed over 38.9 million visitors in 2017, 3% up on 2016, according to the latest figures from the ONS. Spend also reached record levels at £24.3 billion, an 8% rise dispelling fears that Brexit would have a negative impact

Beautiful South Awards 2018/19 - Deadline 22nd May 2018

This year’s Beautiful South Tourism Awards are now open for entry - and businesses are invited to enter.

Tourism South East leading the way in the China Travel Market with Go China Media Event

TSE Go! China campaign partners and headline sponsor The University of Portsmouth, were delighted to be welcoming UK based Chinese journalists to the Cutty Sark in London on 26 March.

Record Numbers for Overseas Visitors to the South East

VisitBritain's latest International Passenger Survey Figures have now been released.

The 42nd annual Excursions show took place on Saturday 27th January

The show continues to impress both exhibitors and visitors alike with many attending the dynamic exhibition for the first time.

International Student Talent Pool Launch 22 Feb 2018 4-6pm

University of Portsmouth- International Business Support

September IPS figures – Growth slowing but visits still at record level

The international passenger survey figures for Sept have just been released.

CMA inquiry on the activities of OTA's

The CMA is concerned about the clarity, accuracy and presentation of information on sites, which could mislead people, stop them finding the best deal and potentially break consumer law.

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