Check out this example of businesses collaborating a local council, and central government support, so that businesses are able to respond more quickly and deliver a personalised service to tourists and visitors!
Tourism on the Coast needs to move beyond the manipulation of a visitor’s journey.
Changing travel and transport timetables so people have to stay a night or more; moving buildings so that people have to do something or other; laying out buildings so people have to walk this way or that. Each have a place but no place being the way we welcome a visitor.
A visitor might choose to come or by fate end up here. Whatever the reason, a warm welcome is the way to go. Anything else is just manipulation and profiteering at best. Economic development strategies and projects must honour this fact. Good businesses already know this.