Browsing All posts tagged under »English Tourism Week«

Happy Christmas from McAllister and Co

December 18, 2014


 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


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


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


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 […]