October 10, 2012
In association with NatWest Bank plc
The role of tourism in the UK economy has never been more important. The Visitor Economy Forum is the main annual event for public and private sector partners with a stake in the growth of England’s visitor economy. It is the place where important issues impacting on visitoreconomy growth in England in 2013 and beyond are debated.
This year’s Forum, taking place in London, will focus on how to create the conditions for growth through investment and innovation. Debate these issues with a strong line-up of private sector speakers from inside and outside of the sector. Programme highlights include:
An overview of the UK and Global Economy, key sectors and business lending, by David Fenton, Senior Economist at RBS/Natwest.
A sector based analysis of growth opportunities over the next ten years, panellists include Stephen McCall, MD, UK & Ireland, Intercontinental Hotels Group, Ray Jones, Group Development Director, Time Out
Leading industry figures make the case for investment and innovation, including Sir Tim Smit, Chief Executive and Co-Founder of the Eden Project andDavid Bradley, Chief Executive, Longleat in Wiltshire
Debate the role of innovation in visitor economy growth with a panel of experts, Chaired by Barry Dodd, Chairman, York, North Yorkshire & East Riding Enterprise Partnership:
- Andy Phillipps, Chairman & co-founder of Reevoo & ActiveHotels.com
- Sally Broom, Managing Director, TripBod
- Ufi Ibrahim, Chief Executive, British Hospitality Association
200 tickets are available for this must-attend event, please click here to book your place, view the full programme and speaker biographies. Delegate places are £120 plus VAT.
For further information about this year’s event please contact the event organisers on 0845 6434812 or firstname.lastname@example.org.