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Best of UK’s business events industry on show to Chinese meeting and incentive planners

27 Sep 2018

VisitBritain is this week showcasing to the Chinese business events market why the UK should be its destination of choice for meetings, incentives, conferences and exhibitions (MICE).

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Following a strong summer accommodation businesses feeling confident about the coming months

25 Sep 2018

Accommodation providers in England saw an increase in bookings during the summer school holiday period compared to last year, according to a new survey by VisitEngland.

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World's top travel bloggers and influencers to put Belfast in the global spotlight

18 Sep 2018

Belfast is set to feature in the social media spotlight next week as the world’s leading travel bloggers meet in the city for a two-day summit focused on the future of digital travel content.

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New projects chosen to gain funding from £40 million Discover England Fund

13 Sep 2018

VisitEngland has today announced the latest successful applicants to receive funding from the £40 million Discover England Fund for tourism product development.

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Tourism industry bids for sector deal to boost economy by billions

29 Sep 2017

The UK tourism industry’s bid for a potential sector deal under the UK Government’s Industrial Strategy is a step closer following sign-off on its key asks from The Tourism Industry Council (TIC).