Browsing All posts tagged under »English Tourism Week«

Happy Christmas from McAllister and Co

December 18, 2014

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 It’s been another great year.  I’ve been working with some exceptional clients and had a fab time. The highlights? A trip to New York with my favourite dolphin, a weekend in Barcelona with my best boy and a longer  stay in Mexico, which was awesome. Working with new clients, Shakespeare’s England and the Wye Valley […]

Anyone for a spot of speed mentoring?

January 19, 2013

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How can we all get involved in English Tourism Week in 2013?  Tourism experts – have you thought about speed mentoring? Last year, with a group of industry experts, we launched speed mentoring as part of English Tourism Week.  Offering bite size chunks of information about interesting topics, delivered on a one to one basis, […]

A bucket and spade trade or a major industry?

March 13, 2012

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If you ever thought that tourism in the UK just meant a two week bucket and spade holiday. Think again. To quote the Tourism Alliance: ‘Tourism benefits everyone, everyday, everywhere’. This blog was written during the fantastic English Tourism Week: enjoy it this week, and every week.

Tourism – more than a bucket and spade!

January 26, 2012

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At last, the chance to write a blog about the importance of tourism and how those in the industry need to do as much as possible to profile it. I followed a very interesting discussion on the South West England Tourism Forum on Linkedin, where rationale’s for and against the new ‘English Tourism Week’ were […]