VisitBritain Foresight issue 157 to 161 now available.

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I have recently sourced and added the five latest editions of VisitBritain’s Foresight reports to the protected members’ section of BritishDestinations.net . I have had to play catch up, in part due to the fact that these excellent reports are not always specifically promoted by VB in their newsletters, in part because there is no longer a specific Foresight library page within VB.org site you can easily dip into to find a reports you have missed and finally the search facility on VB.org doesn’t readily recognise Foresight or the issue numbering as a search parameter, to find them you need to know what the report is called or what it is about.

Hopefully my efforts to find, promote and store all the reports centrally aren’t wasted and it may even prove to be of some assistance to you.  Published in late November 2017 and February of this year are reports on:

Foresight issue 161 February 2018 US East vs West Coast Consumer Research.

Foresight issue 160 February 2018  Film and TV locations as a driver of tourism.

Foresight issue 159 February 2018  Understanding welcome.

Foresight issue 158 November 2017 How the world views Britain – 2017.

foresight issue 157 November 2017  Regional spread of inbound tourism.

Back issues 156 to 120 of October 2013 are available to members at para 3 of: :https://britishdestinations.net/members-area/content/visitbritain-november-2013-latest-edition-of-forsights-and-vb-trend-updates/

Lost your access to the members’ protected pages?  Email me: peter.hampson@btconnect.com

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