MWT Cymru is pleased to introduce Matthew Davies Media, working in partnership with Jim Gayes (a Google Trusted Partner), who can film and build cutting edge 360º virtual tours of your business.
Prices start from £195 + VAT for a small business for up to 10 photos. Ideal for a small shop for example. Most tours we will quote on an individual basis as the price is determined by the size of the tour and the amount of privacy editing (blurring faces and car number plates where applicable).
Your 'Virtual Tour can also be published to Google Maps in the now familiar Google Street View format. These tours can be used as email signature links and also be embedded into your website for that extra marketing impact.
Google Street View 360º virtual tours is a Google Maps feature that enables users to view and navigate through 360º panoramic images (called photospheres) at locations around the world.
Street View 360º virtual tours can be used for various types of businesses and locations to take virtual 360º tours of hotels, restaurants, shops, outdoor attractions and activities such as footpaths and cycle routes.
It's an ideal digital marketing enhancement tool for almost all tourism related businesses. Any business, large or small, can enhance their wares by offering potential customers the opportunity to go on a 360º virtual tour. These will engage viewers and draw them in.
For accommodation providers and venue hire businesses, for example, people viewing the tours will be able to see what they're about to buy into, whether it's for a conference, presentation or wedding. The 360º tours will enable people to get a feel for what you have to offer.
Attraction providers will also find Google Street View 360º tours highly beneficial as customers have a virtual experience of a real experience. Today's marketing is all about lifestyle experiences and this is one of the best ways to promote and encourage people to visit businesses.
Contact the team to find out more 01654 702653
Collaborating to Compete' is the theme of this year's Wales Tourism Week which aims to highlight the power of partnerships across the industry.
The week-long focus on tourism from May 12-20 is co-ordinated by the Wales Tourism Alliance (WTA), the voice of the tourism industry in Wales and aims to drive the industry higher up the political agenda.
A reception, sponsored by the Caravan & Motorhome Club, is being organised at the Senedd in Cardiff, home of the National Assembly for Wales, on May 15. The keynote speech will be delivered by Lord Dafydd Elis Thomas, who holds the tourism portfolio within the Welsh Government.
Tourism associations, trade organisations and businesses across Wales organise events that highlight the importance of the industry and emphasise partnership during Wales Tourism Week - if you are interested in organising an event in your area - inviting local councillors, AM's and / or MP's please let us know
More information and all the latest WTA news on Click Here
We were delighted to see so many MWT members included as Mid Wales Regional Finalists at the recent
National Tourism Award Ceremony at Celtic Manor Resort and massive congratulations to Gareth & all the team at Ynyshir for scooping the Wales Best Places to Eat Category.
Val & Zoe were out and about recently at the local Rhayader 2000 business group meeting - great opportunity to hear about all the exciting developments in the area and to share MWT latest news and priorities for 2018.
Other recent meetings attended included Economic Action Plan Breakfast Roundtable Workshop. MWT Cymru Chief Executive joined invited business leaders from across the Mid Wales region for a two hour technical workshop. The meeting started with a video message from Ken Skates, Cabinet Secretary for Economy & Transport and the focus for this consultation event implementation of the new Economic Action Plan for Wales.
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