We want to understand the state of the Visitor Economy in Somerset for the last 3 months and forecasts for the next 4 months
Major announcement as Visit Somerset and Visit Exmoor start working with Yeo Valley
Visit Somerset are working with other partners across the South West region in undertaking a business impact survey to collect more hard evidence regarding the impact of Covid-19 and what support businesses need for their future survival and growth.
This year’s tourism awards will close for all entries on 20th September so time is limited to get your entry in. These awards are FREE to enter and you will receive feedback for your business from our expert judges. So if you want to be seen as one of the South West’s best tourism businesses and get great PR opportunities click on the link below for details and to enter now.
Visit Somerset is delighted to be moving forward with our plans to bring in the arts and culture offer at a much higher profile when promoted to potential visitors.
We have been made aware in a few cases of members being contacted to ask for payment to use copyrighted images. Please DO NOT engage. The team members of Visit Somerset are John, Toby and Giles, who would not make such a call without context in any case. If ever in any doubt, call our landline 01749 835416.
BBC Radio Somerset are currently running something called ‘Make a Difference Superstars’. It’s all about rewarding and highlighting some of the people who have gone above and beyond during the coronavirus pandemic in throughout the county of Somerset.
Small businesses and the tourism sector across Somerset are among those who can benefit from the Growth Support Kickstart Grant Scheme offering grants of up to £3,000.
Albert Goodman important business advice webinar. Back To Work After COVID - Live Webinar from AG and Wards Solicitors
New Customer Relationship Management system is launched by Visit Somerset for business to business and business to consumer markets.