made invited key tourism industry professionals to a presentation on TheBOX, a new and exciting museum and centre for contemporary art in Plymouth.
This past week made's Natalie represented London tourism at Great for Groups Central in Birmingham. At the event over 150 group tour operators and other travel trade professionals came together to explore the exhibition featuring attractions from accross the UK.
made sponsors the Young Person’s Award and Jonathan is the pleasure of mentoring the deserving winner, this year awarded to Daniel Ellis.
made was proud to sponsor the London Tourist Coach Forum 2016 on Friday 18 November.
The Secretary of State for the Department for Culture, Media and Sport Karen Bradley MP attended UKinbound’s World Travel Market gala dinner last Monday where she spoke about the Government’s ambition for the tourism industry through the Discover England Fund and the Government’s Tourism Action Plan. made were delighted to be the Headline Sponsor of the event.
Pictured are Deirdre Wells, Chief Executive of UKinbound and Karen Bradley MP.
World Travel Market 2016 was recorded as the most successful to date, with over 51,000 participants over the three-day event (a 4% increase year on year). The new structure for the event allowed for more than 865,500 on stand connections to take place, promoting to both trade and press.
This year made advertised on the large screens outside the West entrance of WTM at London’s Excel. As one of the main entrances to the event, this screen has prime ad positioning for the event.
A welcome reception, sponsored by made, was held this morning for the members of the Coach Tourism Association attending the first day of World Travel Market 2016. The morning was a perfect opportunity for members to network before attending the largest trade show in the UK.