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Tourism Technology Trends for 2019

TMI sponsors New Mind have been looking at key travel technology trends for 2019. They highlight a need for faster, more seamless and interactive travel experiences which are extended by technology when they relive their holidays long after they’ve returned home. Hear more about travel technology at the TMI Hot Topic on 23 May in London – details coming very soon but meantime you can register now

Date: 6th March 2019


TMI Recognition Awarded to Liverpool John Moores University courses

Congratulations to Tom Fletcher and team at Liverpool John Moores University for achieving TMI Recognition for their MSc and BA (Hons) courses in International Tourism Management

Date: 6th March 2019


TMI Member Co-opted to Gloucester Cricket Board

Congratulations to Kathryn Davis MTMI, Head of Tourism at VisitBristol, who has just been appointed for a 3 year term as one of four new Co-optee members of the Board a Gloucestershire Cricket. She will officially join the main Board at their 7 March meeting

Date: 6th March 2019


Business Models in Tourism - Free Articles during February

Emerald Insight, the academic publishers, are offering free access during February  to download the articles in the Tourism Review Business Models in Tourism Special Issue.

Date: 12th February 2019


TCN Seminar: The Changing Shape of the UK Visitor Economy

The Tourism Consultants Network’s next seminar takes place at the Local Government Association Offices in London at 4 pm on Thursday 28 February, looking at the new challenges and opportunities for tourism professionals arising from the changing shape of the UK Visitor Economy. TMI members are invited to attend at the Tourism Society rate of £45.

Date: 12th February 2019


Self-Catering Rates Revaluation Update

The Professional Association of Self-Caterers (PASC UK) have negotiated a reduction in self-catering business rate valuations in England and Wales which means there is potential both for a future reduction in valuation and rates paid and for a refund on past over-payments. You can download the PASC UK briefing sheet here

Date: 12th February 2019