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Webinar: Experiential Tourism – Experience Maker

Explore the essential ingredients needed to develop unmissable experiences and identify the opportunities on how your business can offer new experiences to reach new markets and increase your success.

In this interactive session we delve deeper into the component needed to develop your experience, identifying the opportunities for new products and opportunities to reach new markets.

Experiential tourism provides a brand new layer of opportunities well beyond the traditional tourism landscape of products based on goods or services. An experience actively involves visitors to partake, where they will create lasting memories and have the opportunity to engage with local stories, culture and to connect with the essence of a place and its people.

With 20 years experience working in sustainable tourism and marketing, Chris Brant from Unmissable England will be providing two insightful and interactive workshops to develop your visitor economy offer. Chris has previously project managed VisitEngland’s Discover England Fund programme in nine National Parks, developing and creating over 70 brand new visitor experiences to take to market of which Cumbria Tourism were involved in delivering the business support on behalf of the Lake District National Park. Chris also has a wide range of experience working with domestic and international markets.

Attendance is free for members of Cumbria Tourism. If you are not a member and would like to attend you are more than welcome to do so, (£25+VAT per session or £40+VAT if you would like to attend both).

Click HERE to book.

Please note places are limited.

If you have any questions on the workshops, please contact the team on campaigns@cumbriatourism.org.

Date
December 8
Time
9:30 am - 12:00 pm
Event Category:
Website:
https://www.trybooking.co.uk/BGIU
Location
Zoom
Organiser(s)
Cumbria Tourism
Phone:
01539 822222
Email:
Website:
www.cumbriatourism.org

For more information on events

Contact the team on
01539 822222 or info@cumbriatourism.org