Tickets for Island Tourism Conference going fast

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2nd March 2016. Gurnard Pines. Admission by ticket only (Free).

Tickets for the forthcoming Isle of Wight Tourism Conference are being snapped up. Over a third of all tickets have now been allocated. If You would like to attend the Conference, then please follow the links to reserve your free tickets right now (£5 for optional lunch).

How to Book

Tickets are free, but must be reserved in advance due to high demand. A maximum of two tickets are available per reservation. Please click on the link below to reserve tickets now. Thank You, we look forward to welcoming you to the 2016 Isle of Wight Tourism Conference.

BUFFET LUNCH TICKET : If you would like to reserve tickets for the buffet lunch after the Conference @ £5 each, please select the “Conference Admission Ticket and Buffet Lunch” ticket option. Lunch is payable on the day.

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Guest Speakers Include:

Visit Cornwall Head Shots web res-116Malcolm Bell FRSA, FTS

Malcolm is a Cornishman and is the Chief Executive of Visit Cornwall, which was created as a private sector led Community Interest Company on the 2nd April 2015 to assume the role previous Visit Cornwall which was an arms length organisation of Cornwall Council. Visit Cornwall is the tourist board for Cornwall. Prior to this appointment he was Head of Visit Cornwall and before that, Director and Chief Executive of South West Tourism, (The Regional Tourist Board for SW England).

Previous appointments include Director of Economic Development Devon and Cornwall TEC where he was personally instrumental in supporting the development of key projects and initiatives, such as, The Eden Project and National Marine Aquarium in Plymouth. Before that he had 15 years in vocational education and training funding and management.

He is also Chair of South West Lakes Ltd, Trustee of South West Lakes Trust, a Governor of Cornwall College, a Trustee of Cornwall Food Foundation – Jamie Oliver’s Cornwall Fifteen Restaurant, Chair of Cornwall School of Tourism.

A full programme of the this year’s conference speakers and events will be published in early February.