10 years ago, I took a big risk. I announced that I had founded the Relate Strategy Group to provide promotion, representation and consulting services within the tourism industry. Today, I can rejoice knowing that this endeavor has been a huge success. While reaching this moment has certainly been a long road traveled, it marks […]
An expert panel discussion on the economic impact of Covid19 on the tourism industry with tools participants can use to get by. Panelists include Bill Caldwell, CPA, travel and hospitality attorney Jeff Ment, Professor of Economics from Ball State University, Dr. Nathanael Snow and Sania Khan, Sr. Economist at the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
This webinar is being hosted by Relate Strategy Group, Red Line Tours and GLP Films.
Many states offer a variety of grants to help local organizations develop tourism within the state. Most common among these are the tourism matching funds grants. Nationwide, these grants account for tens of millions of marketing dollars that are available to organizations willing to put in the time, preparation and follow up necessary to complete the application process, manage the grant requirements and administer the grant funded activities.
IT MAY SOUND DAUNTING AT FIRST, BUT THERE ARE SOME BIG REWARDS.
Here are six things you should know that can help you land some grants.
What does it take for a restaurant, museum, attraction, destination, theater, destination or hotel to bring in more tour & travel business?
This article exposes each of the four critical elements that your organization will need to address in order to earn buyers’ trust, catch their attention and build long-lasting high volume revenue streams.
Each year, our team meets with hundreds of travel trade buyers. We take time to visit them in their offices, learn about the challenges they face and gather insight on the products, services and themes their customers crave. We’ve also worked with a number of destination marketing organizations, museums, attractions, hotels and other suppliers to gather valuable market research, develop incredible training programs and build strategies to capitalize on upcoming buyer needs.
It’s time to take a look at what you might expect to see in 2019 that will impact visitors and change how we do business.