As destination consultants, we've helped all sorts of places and partnerships in the UK and internationally – cities, regions, national parks, urban villages, tourist boards, development agencies, local authorities, cultural partnerships and attractions.

We’ve worked with … Great metropolitan cities such as Dublin, Glasgow, Birmingham, Bristol, Liverpool and Manchester. New tourism experiences such as Iceland’s Arctic Coast Way and Ireland’s Ancient East. Tourist ‘honeypots’ such as Ireland’s Ring of Kerry, England’s Lake District, Cornwall, Brighton and Margate. Places newer to tourism such as Belfast, East London, NewcastleGateshead, Leicester, Dundee, Aberdeen, Stoke, and the South Wales Valleys. Special rural places such as the Isles of Scilly, Ireland’s Wild Atlantic Way, Inverewe Garden, and the Grands Sites of Northern France. World-class heritage and culture such as the cities of York, Bath and Durham, London’s Tate Britain, Henry VIII’s Mary Rose and Dublin’s James Joyce Centre. Our destination consultants have worked with hundreds of places. Here are a dozen of our recent projects:

Visitor Economy Action Plan for Edinburgh – implementing the 2030 Tourism Strategy for Scotland’s capital city
Increasing the Value of Visits to Warwickshire Post-Covid: A Tourism Marketing Campaign to Aid Recovery
Destination Aberdeen & Aberdeenshire: A Framework for Growth. An ambitious vision for tourism in Scotland’s north-east
Marketing Review & Recommendations for the Russell-Cotes Art Gallery & Museum
Iceland’s Tourist Routes – A Very Different Experience
Visitor experiences & stories for a world-class destination brand – Ireland’s Ancient East
A new strategy and business plan for Visit Belfast – the city’s DMO
A Visitor Economy Strategy for Brighton, the free-thinking city by the sea
Shaping a new vision and making plans for medieval Raby
Manchester’s potential as a Gateway Destination Management Organisation
A Tourism Growth Plan for the National Forest
Strategy and business plan for the international organisation behind Tall Ships Races