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VisitBritain launches Enterprise Unit

Tourism marketing organisation, VisitBritain, has established a new Enterprise Unit to improve links with the tourism industry.
 

Voting begins this weekend for Waterside Business Awards

The Waterside Business Awards 2004 are to be launched at the Crick Boat Show this weekend, 29-31 May.
 

Cruise passenger numbers sail past one million

More than one million Britons took to the waves last year and spent their holiday onboard a cruise.
 

People 1st becomes Sector Skills Council for leisure

Charles Clarke, secretary of state for education and skills, has announced the licensing of People 1st to become the Sector Skills Council for the hospitality, leisure, travel and tourism industries.
 

Airport operator announces boost in traffic

BAA, the airport group, is confident that its passenger traffic will continue to grow “robustly” – despite the current global political uncertainty.
 

Manson joins Birmingham City Council

Birmingham City Council has appointed Tim Manson as its new head of tourism and leisure.
 

London makes it to final five

The International Olympic Committee (IOC) has announced the final shortlist of cities that are bidding to host the 2012 Olympic Games.
 

Attractions launch passport for Craven Arms visitors

Tourist attractions around the Shropshire market town of Craven Arms have joined forces to launch a new passport entry scheme for visitors.
 

SeaBritain 2005: Navy announces involvement

The Royal Navy has announced that it plans to hold an International Fleet Review next summer, to commemorate the bicentenary of the Battle of Trafalgar and the death of Admiral Lord Nelson.
 

Black Country names new head of tourism

Black Country Tourism has appointed David Morris as its new head of tourism.

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