Come along and have some free breakfast at the 'Growing Tourism in West Sussex' Event!

Published: 15 Feb 2019

Join West Sussex County Council for the first Growing Tourism in West Sussex event!

Come along and hear about some exciting tourism opportunities for West Sussex businesses in 2019; how these can benefit your business and how you can get involved.

The White Swan, Arundel, BN18 0AD
Thursday 28 February 2019

The event will launch England's Creative Coast, an exciting new project, funded by Visit Britain's Discover England fund which will market the area as a vibrant cultural hub to international visitors. 'Go To Places', who are running the project and are also destination managers for Visit Kent and Visit Herts, will be sharing new research about international visitors and how to get involved with opportunities that will benefit your business.

You'll also hear about:

  • 'All On Board', a new initiative to position West Sussex as an active hub for water-based sports

  • Experience West Sussex, looking forward to the marketing ambitions for the year

This event is free but please register as spaces are limited.

Refreshments will be provided and there will be time for networking at the end, over a bacon sarnie. We look forward to seeing you there!

Link here to more information on the event and how to book your place:

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