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Steve Ridgway, Tourism Sector Deal Lead
Tourism News

Steve Ridgway, Tourism Sector Deal Lead on why a sector deal is important to the industry

6 Dec 2017

After submitting the Tourism Sector Deal to Greg Clark, Secretary of State for Business, Energy and Industrial Strategy, Steve Ridgway speaks about the importance of tourism getting government backing for a Tourism Sector Deal.

Tree-lined landscape
Tourism News

Tourism Sector Deal: the latest

28 Nov 2017

The Government has now published the next stage of the Modern Industrial Strategy, with tourism now recognised and included.

People on the coast in summer
Press Releases

August highest month ever for overseas visitor spending in the UK

17 Nov 2017

August highest month ever for overseas visitor spending in the UK

Press Releases

Best of Britain on show to buyers across China as VisitBritain hosts travel trade event

16 Nov 2017

More than 60 travel trade and industry suppliers from across the UK are set to showcase why Britain is a must-go-now destination to buyers from across China at VisitBritain’s annual ‘Destination Britain China’ event.

Group of senior leaders in the Birmingham Partnership
Press Releases

VisitBritain announces partnership to promote regional England’s Heartland

9 Nov 2017

VisitBritain has announced a partnership with Birmingham and the surrounding areas to promote more of England’s regions