Glamping has become a great way for all sorts of businesses to diversify into the tourism and leisure industries.
Its relevance to camping, caravan and holiday sites is clear but it has also attracted venues, attractions and businesses that may never have considered tourism or accommodation as something could do or would want to do.
A discussion about the differences between a caravan and glamping pod, and a tent and a yurt, and what you can do to reduce your business risks.
Practical tips and advice on how to communicate your green credentials, to add appeal and inspire customers without annoying them or scaring them off.
The Centre For Alternative Technology is an education and visitor centre demonstrating practical solutions for sustainability. Covering all aspects of […]
Kerry, owner of Camp Katur will be sharing with you how she found the perfect Glamping location, chose varied accommodation and created a successful business offering Unique Accommodation, Weddings and Events within 12 months.
The building of Barnutopia, a 5-star glamping business. How to choose the best booking systems. Maximise your web presence.
Trish MacCurrach, of the outdoor kitchen fell in love with cooking outside several years ago while living in Serbia. For […]
Tina Hyde owns and runs Roundhouse Yurts and together with her partner Jeremy Daffern, a trained cabinet maker and antique […]
Adrian Williams has built a business at the forefront of solar innovation. He is always looking for new and innovative ways to extend the usage of ‘off grid’ solar solutions.
Andy Woodward has worked at the highest levels of the travel and tourism for 30 years, originally in tour operating […]
Neil is a Director of GT Event Equipment Finance and has extensive experience in the asset finance and leasing in […]
Simon Tregoning, Chairman Classic Cottages I live on the The Lizard in west Cornwall with my wife who is an […]
With a track record of over two decades in building wooden cabins from sustainable home grown timber, Charles Gulland, the […]
Abbie has worked in the research team at VisitEngland for the past 4 and a half years, and has over […]
Pam Foden – Head of Industry Development, VisitEngland Pam Foden is part of the Enterprise team at VisitEngland, responsible for […]
With 18 years of marketing experience working on brands such a Beefeater Gin, Solpadeine & Hedex, Snack a Jacks and […]