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Two out of three tourism businesses fear immigration reforms may cause closure

Research just released by UKinbound and Canterbury Christ Church University shows that the Government’s proposed post-Brexit immigration reforms have the potential to severely destabilise the tourism industry in the UK, putting at risk an industry that contributes £145 billion (7.2% of UK GDP) to the UK economy.

Date: 11th October 2019

The TMI lands a new sponsor to add to its fantastic list of supporters

Alongside our main sponsor Simpleview, we are incredibly pleased to announce that we now have Webticketmanager on board as well as Quality in Tourism, Clockwork Marketing, Marketing Cheshire and Chester Business school at the University of Chester, where this year’s TMI Annual Convention is being held.   You can read more about all of them here.

Date: 3rd October 2019

Landscapes review: National Parks and AONBs

The Government has published its independent review into England’s National Parks and Areas of Outstanding Natural Beauty (AONBs). The TMI submitted recommendations to this review and we are pleased to see that some of them were taken onboard.

Date: 3rd October 2019

Deadline for tickets for the TMI Annual Convention - 15th October 2019

The deadline for booking tickets online for the Annual TMI Convention is 5pm on 15th October 2019. We’re delighted to be heading to Chester for this year’s Annual Convention on 23-24 October, hosted by the University of Chester in their Queens Park campus and by Marketing Cheshire.

Date: 1st October 2019


With topics as far ranging as Tourism Taxes, Crisis Management, AirBNB, the Tourism Sector Deal and Keeping Destinations Safe and Legal, the programme for this year’s TMI Convention is now on line at https://www.tmi.org.uk/page/179/programme.htm

Date: 20th September 2019

Spending review 2019: the chancellor's key points for tourism

The results of the  Government’s one-year spending review have been announced: basically a £13.8bn increase in government expenditure concentrated on Policing, Justice, the NHS and Education.

Date: 19th September 2019