The future for UK tourism: Government to attend Westminster Business Forum seminar

By Peter Ruddick

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After a busy 2012 with the London 2012 Olympic Games what next for UK tourism? A Westminster Business Forum seminar is looking to answer the question.
After a busy 2012 with the London 2012 Olympic Games what next for UK tourism? A Westminster Business Forum seminar is looking to answer the question.
Deirdre Wells, head of tourism at the Department for Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS), is to be the guest of honour at a Westminster Business Forum seminar being held this week to discuss the future for UK tourism.

Following a busy 2012 of sporting and cultural events, attention has now turned to next year, which some have dubbed 'Empty 2013',​ and the future for UK tourism.

This Westminster Business Forum, which organises business-focused, influential forums and events, has arranged a seminar to discuss the issues, work out how best to manage the visitor economy and to hear what the Government strategy is.

Alongside Wells, British Hospitality Association (BHA) chief executive Ufi Ibrahim will also be on the panel as well as a number of key industry players.

The seminar, to be held on Thursday at Local Government House, costs £190 plus VAT with more details available online.

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