Annual Conference 19 March 2018 update

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I am delighted to announce that Global Tourism Solutions (UK) (GTS [UK]) are joining us as sponsors of the joint British Destinations and Tourism Alliance national one day conference which is being held in London on the 19 March 2018, immediately prior to the Annual Tourism Industry Westminster Parliamentary Reception (all delegates are invited).

GTS (UK) are one of the UK leading independent tourism research companies with over 25 years’ of experience working with both public and private sectors.  Their best known product the STEAM model is widely used by many of the UK major destinations and tourism organisation to provide timely estimates of the annual value, volume and economic impact of tourism.   Their insight in to the economic impact of tourism within the UK will doubtless add much to the debate on the day.

Further details and updates regarding the conference will be posted at:

Conference sponsors:


2 thoughts on “Annual Conference 19 March 2018 update

    Cllr.David Jeffels said:
    February 19, 2018 at 1:37 pm

    Hi Peter

    Hope you are well and not too under pressure.
    I shall be in London on March 19 for the LGA Culture, Tourism and Sport Board
    Meeting in Smith Square but I plan to dip into the BD conference and all being well will go to the House of Commons reception. Do I need to fill in a form to get attend or to have some indication of authority.
    Look forward to seeing you again.

    Best wishes


      British Destinations responded:
      February 23, 2018 at 9:20 am


      Tricky as it a joint conference with shared financial risk and shared potential benefits I can’t waive the registration fee for the event itself as I would almost certainly have been able to do if it was my event alone. If you register and pay the fee the reception comes with it. If you don’t attend the conference but wish to attend the reception after and you let me know this I should be able to get you an invitation for free. That said the content of the conference will I believe be first rate and well worth attending provided you can be there long enough to get the majority of sessions in. Your call.


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