Jump to navigationSkip to main content

Main Sponsor

Main Sponsor - Simpleview


Risk Assessments

Our first Zoom Meeting called for help for businesses with Risk Assessments and we are sharing the scheme developed in the HotSWLEP area with Better Business for All teams and partnering local authorities.

Date: 9th June 2020

TMI weekly Zoom Discussion - Thursday 11th June

Great weekly TMI Zoom this morning, very well attended and a very high quality of discussion as usual. Thank you everyone who joined us to discuss the TMI response to the DCMS Select Committee Inquiry with Andrew Bateman. Next Thursday at 11am we will have Susan Briggs talking about how to help businesses post-Covid 

Date: 4th June 2020

Streetscapes briefing note added to Covid-19 Resources

Thanks to Chloe Griffin MTMI for sharing the Smart Solutions streetscape briefing document, now available in the Covid-19 Resource section.

Date: 3rd June 2020

UNWTO Releases Global Guidelines for Restarting Tourism

The World Tourism Organization (UNWTO) has released a set of guidelines to help tourism sector emerge stronger and more sustainably from COVID-19. The guidelines highlight the need to act decisively, to restore confidence and, as UNWTO strengthens its partnership with Google, to embrace innovation and the digital transformation of global tourism.

Date: 29th May 2020

TMI weekly Zoom Discussions

Here is the information and Eventbrite links for next three TMI Zooms sessions Please book for each session individually in advance.  This helps us to maximise security.  Please try to be ready and online for 11am as you may not be admitted if you are late. TMI members are welcome to invite guests to join us. They need to book themselves with their own email and name their member host (in order for us to let them into meeting). Thank you and we look forward to seeing you.

Date: 22nd May 2020

Furlough Scheme update

The UK scheme to pay wages of workers on leave because of coronavirus will be extended to October, Chancellor Rishi Sunak has said. Mr Sunak confirmed that employees will continue to receive 80% of their monthly wages up to £2,500. But he said the government will ask companies to "start sharing" the cost of the scheme from August.

Date: 13th May 2020