Join others involved in running arts, crafts and retail businesses that that welcome visitors, and are part of the wider visitor offer of their local area, to chat through the needs, challenges, and issues relating to this particular sector. And importantly, this is a chance to discuss opportunities, solutions, best practise - and chat about any additional services that you'd like from organisations such as the Carmarthenshire Tourism Association and Carmarthenshire County Council.
Share Best Practise & Ideas: This informal, interactive session is only for the arts, crafts and retail businesses that are part of the wider visitor offer of their local area, making discussions highly relevant to your needs, customers and objectives.
Over 3 million visitors a year come to Carmarthenshire - and the Arts, Crafts and Retail sector play a big part in giving the unique, distinctive experiences whilst they're here. Are you currently making the most of this market?
This is a chance to chat and share experiences on a wide range of issues that affect your business day-to-day. If you ever think, "I wonder how others do that..." then this is a chance to get answers!
Feedback your Business Needs: The session will also be an important chance to identify the kind of help and support needed by you to further develop your offer to visitors, or get more involved in this market. The CTA is here to represent the tourism trade - and so if you think, “If only there was more support for us in doing that…” again, this is a chance to feedback.
Meeting Facilitators: The meeting will be led and facilitated by CTA voluntary director Mary Ann Nossent and CTA Member Cynth Weyman of Inspired 2 Collect
Contact us by no later than Friday 21st April.
CTA's sector meetings are a key membership benefit - and are FREE for our members.
Other, non-member business representatives are welcome to attend one meeting to find out more about these sessions and the CTA.
Please note our cancellation policy - Although a free event, any cancellations within 2 working days or will incur a £5 charge.
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