Destination Britain India 2023 open for registration
This event offers travel trade the unique opportunity to meet hand-picked buyers from the Indian market as well as attend seminars and networking.
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Our response to the Chancellor's financial statement
Our CEO Patricia Yates responds to Chancellor Kwasi Karteng's financial announcement.
Nigel Wilkinson MBE appointed to the VisitEngland Advisory Board
He is Managing Director of Windermere Lake Cruises and Winander Leisure Limited.
Promote your region with the Gateway Innovation Fund
The fund aims to provide financial assistance in order to promote international marketing activity.
Training on how to reach overseas visitors
Sign up for Taking England to the World workshops to learn how to reach international markets and boost your bookings.
Find out more about the VisitEngland Awards for Excellence 2022
Employ and manage staff
Find support and resources to help you practice good recruitment and employee management.
Make your business accessible
Use our free online tool to provide potential customers, including disabled people, with important accessibility information about your business.
Know your legal obligations
Ensure your business is compliant with the latest regulations with the help of the online Pink Book: Legislation for Tourist Accommodation.
Get quality assessed
Join our quality assessment schemes for accommodation and attractions and get a host of benefits.
Inbound COVID-19 sentiment tracker
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Domestic Sentiment Tracker
The fortnightly tracking survey was set up to understand domestic intent to take short breaks and holidays both within the UK and abroad.
Tourism forecast 2022
Take a look ahead with our inbound and domestic forecasts for 2022.
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Domestic day visits in 2019
The Annual Great Britain Day Visits Survey 2019 results are now available.
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Domestic overnight trips in 2019
The report highlights that the volume of domestic overnight trips taken in GB increased +4% to 122.8 million, while spend on these trips increased +3% to £24.7 billion in 2019 vs 2018.
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