Skip to main content

Businesses encouraged to register for free Tourism Breakfast Briefing

Luke Stamper

Luke Stamper

Posted on 18 July 2022

Tourism and hospitality businesses across Cumbria are invited to attend an engaging and interactive Tourism Breakfast Briefing on 19 July 2022. The half-day event starts at 9.30am and is set to finish at 12pm. 

Held at the Theatre by the Lake, Keswick and focussing on how each council is supporting the industry, the event will provide updates on how Allerdale Borough Council, Copeland Borough Council and Carlisle City Council are supporting the industry, with attendees learning from expert speakers through interactive sessions. 

Following a free breakfast at 9.30am, attendees will enjoy engaging presentations from expert speakers including, Nick Lancaster from hospitality and tourism consultancy, Lancaster and Lancaster, and Director of PR agency, Intro, Nick Turner. 

Nick Lancaster will be delivering a presentation, exploring how businesses can successfully exploit the growing ebike/cycling market.

Nick Turner’s presentation will unpack how business owners can make use of free technologies to enhance their business and boost their digital presence. 

Tourism Officers from Allerdale Borough Council, Carlisle City Council and Copeland Borough Council will also be in attendance to highlight what each council is doing to boost tourism and support businesses across Cumbria. 

Allerdale Borough Council’s Leisure and Tourism Portfolio Holder, Councillor Tony Markley, said: “Following the success of last year’s Tourism Conference, the Tourism Breakfast Briefing aims to provide business owners with another fantastic opportunity to learn how they can benefit from the growing ebike/cycling trade in Cumbria, how they can make use of free digital assets that will enable their business to grow, and what Allerdale Borough Council, Copeland Borough Council and Carlisle City Council are doing to support the tourism industry. 

“I would like to encourage businesses across Allerdale and further afield to register their attendance for the Tourism Breakfast Briefing and seize the opportunity to listen to several great presentations from a fantastic line-up of expert speakers, to network with their peers, and to better understand what local councils are doing to support them.”

Register for the event here.