With just over 40 days to go until Somerset Day, the 2023 campaign has been launched and organisers need your help.
Visit Somerset is in talks now with TXGB who work closely with Visit Britain to integrate availability and accommodation booking systems - along with now integrating with many attraction ticket booking systems in support of better User Experience (UX). Below are the details of whom TXGB work with already.
We have a Google Calendar now, which we are using for all planning activity on social and through our other newsletter/marketing communications. If you are a Gold or Platinum member, you will now need to ask for access to this calendar. When access is given, you must update and join us in supporting with unified # and themes. This information will be reviewed - weekly and only the information uploaded will be used to support your marketing needs.
Visit Somerset is now working on its strategy to harvest further data - with a greater ambition to see data becoming our primary strategy, working within the rules of GDPR compliance.
Final report for the Great South West Tourism Partnership; 'Cost of Living Impact Survey', to which Visit Somerset plays a vital part of is pleased to be able to publish its latest survey. See the downloadable PDF below for further information
Weston-Super-Mare, Somerset, UK - The Grand Pier in Weston-Super-Mare is hosting a one-of-a-kind business event on Thursday, 23rd March 2023, bringing together two of the UK's most renowned and established businessmen, Brad Burton and Benjamin Dennehy.
Visit Somerset, the region’s official destination management organisation is officially partnering with the region’s bus operator – Buses of Somerset to encourage greener, more sustainable travel, across the county.
Together the two organisations, are launching a creative networking event called “Boosting Business by Bus” – to bring together Visit Somerset members, local employers and business, to think afresh about how bus travel could benefit their businesses and venues.
Explore North Somerset Networking Meeting
Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning could cost Somerset visitor economy up to £100 Million in 2023 and beyond
We need to have a new kind of levelling up in the UK, in digital innovation as Artificial Intelligence and Machine learning costing the Somerset Visitor economy up to £100 Million annually in commissions.