Tourism South East have developed a new low cost approach to research which uses market data to identify the profile of visitors to your destination, attraction or event. Rather than completing full scale visitor interviews we collect just essential data from visitors and use postcodes to identify the broader characteristics based on where people live. This is much more affordable than a full…
Important advice and guidance for operators of crowded places has been revised.
Have your say - Deadline 7 August
Following the decision by long-time Board member Ken Robinson CBE to “pass the baton” of Chairmanship of TSE, and the retirement of Vice Chair David Philip, the Board at its meeting of 13th July was able to elect experienced colleagues to these positions.
In the light of the recent terrorist attacks you should consider how your resources and capabilities are deployed and configured to deny, detect and deter terrorists and other hostile threat actors, and thus help defeat them. To do this you would want to consider the following:
- Ensure all your staff are briefed on the threat and what your plan, options and procedures are for responding…
It’s Gold for South East Business at the National Tourism Awards
Here is brief a round-up of what we have achieved in the past year:
VisitEngland, the national tourist board, has just announced the finalists for the national Awards for Tourism Excellence 2017 with nine named from the South East. The winners will be announced at the Award ceremony on Monday 24 April at the Hilton Waldorf Hotel London.
Following an outcry from self catering operators, the South West Tourism Alliance has commissioned a report into the impact of 2017 business rates rises on 40,000 properties in England and Wales.