Join Visit Cornwall CIC for its first high profile tourism event on Friday 2nd December. The day long ‘Tourism Summit’ sponsored by GWR will feature a number of guest speakers, along with interactive seminars.
The summit is designed to offer insight, knowledge and hands on business improvement ideas to tourism businesses. The day will provide invaluable information and resources to help tourism businesses grow and develop in 2017 to ensure Cornwall’s visitor economy excels further.
The day will be split between a morning and afternoon session with lunch included. A number of high profile speakers will deliver key note speeches on the tourist economy and strategy in the morning, whereas the afternoon will consist of interactive seminars.
The full line-up will be announced over the coming weeks, but please see below for a flavour of the day:
In the morning, join Sally Balcombe CEO of VisitBritain and VisitEngland, Roger Pride Managing Partner at Heavenly (previous Director of Marketing at Visit Wales), Kurt Janson of the Tourism Alliance, and the Visit Cornwall team (who will be delivering the Visit Cornwall’s annual report). The morning will finish with a panel discussion and questions to Visit Cornwall’s CEO Malcolm Bell.
Lunch and networking
Lunch is included within the ticket price, and there will be the chance to network with other tourism businesses, and members of the Visit Cornwall team.
The afternoon will consist of interactive seminars with a specific focus on marketing to UK audiences, marketing to Europe, digital marketing and making the most of film & TV.
To ensure all tourism businesses have a chance to attend, there is a cap of two tickets per organisation, but if you would like to enquire about additional spaces or transferring a ticket from the morning to the afternoon session, then please email firstname.lastname@example.org and title your email ‘Tourism Summit’.
Visit Cornwall’s Tourism Summit is proudly sponsored by lead sponsor and travel partner GWR. Along with support from Stephens Scown and Francis Clark.