Visitor Attractions | Activity Providers | Guided Tours | Workshops | Events & Festivals
MWT is looking for visitor attraction, activity providers or event organisers in Ceredigion that really want to change and improve to the way they use digital selling techniques to attract visitors.
The Real Ceredigion Experiences project is a new project run by Mid Wales Tourism, and we are seeking 12 non-accommodation businesses or organisations in Ceredigion to be selected to be part of this exciting pilot project. Businesses must be ready to take the plunge to sell online in real time and are really prepared to put time aside to make this a success.
During the course of the Real Ceredigion Experiences programme, we expect businesses to become 'Exemplars' in their own use of new digital technologies, adopting new ways of working and selling successfully on-line to reach and attract a wider audience, and to share their experience with local networks and groups.
Participating businesses and organisations will be expected to share their journey / experience. We will be exploring opportunities to develop local networks & cluster groups, and will be developing case studies in order to encourage other businesses in the area to learn from your success.
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Visit Wales are gathering feedback on the business following the Easter weekend and we are asking all members to take a few minutes to give your input by clicking on either the English or the Welsh link.
Note: The research is being conducted by an independent research agency, Strategic Research & Insight, on behalf of Visit Wales. All feedback is confidential. Interviews are also being conducted with a sample of businesses by phone this week; if you have already participated in this way then there is no need to respond online also. The online survey will close on the morning of Friday 13th April.
The survey includes a couple of questions on how business has been so far this year and two questions on Brexit.
A new treasurer and trustee have been appointed to the National Library of Wales’ Board of Trustees.
Lee Yale-Helms will take over as treasurer from Colin John from August 1, while Eleri Twynog Davies has already begun her post as trustee. Both have been appointed for four years.
Rhodri Glyn Thomas, the library’s president, said both Mr Yale-Helms and Ms Davies would offer experience and valuable expertise to the board.