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New appointments in China and North East Asia

16 May 2018

We are delighted to announce two new appointments in the China and North East Asia region – Manuel Alvarez as Director, China and North East Asia and Misha Kim as South Korea Manager.

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Inbound Research & Insights

Delay in release of International Passenger Survey results

10 May 2018

The Office for National Statistics are due to release the Q4 2017 (October – December) data on 20 July 2018.

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Press Releases

VisitEngland and the National Autistic Society launch guide to help tourism businesses

2 May 2018

VisitEngland and the National Autistic Society and England’s Inclusive Tourism Action Group are today launching a web-based guide to help tourism businesses overcome barriers to welcoming autistic people.

Our News

Our Social Travel Summit won the PR Week Global Award for 'Best Global Partnership'

14 May 2017

The awards recognise global achievements in PR.

Press Releases

Double-digit growth in visits and spend from Aussies and Kiwis during Rugby World Cup period

27 May 2016

On the back of a report this week showing the Rugby World Cup 2015 was the most economically-successful ever, figures out from VisitBritain show double-digit growth in the number of visits from Australia, New Zealand and South Africa from October to December last year