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Board selected for Saudi Red Sea Project

Board selected for Saudi Red Sea Project

The Red Sea Development Company has announced its international advisory board of twelve world-leaders in business, tourism, environmental sustainability and conservation.

Royal Opera House opens new public spaces following £51m investment

Royal Opera House opens new public spaces following £51m investment

The world-renowned Royal Opera House, a Grade 1 listed building, has undergone a transformative £51 million renovation and for the first time in its history will be open every day from 10:00, welcoming visitors to a new café, restaurant, bar, shop and free and ticketed events in its public spaces throughout the day.

Tourism Toronto partners with Google for new research project

Tourism Toronto partners with Google for new research project

The strategy will see Tourism Toronto tap into the latest in trends, insights, data and technology from Google, providing a deeper level of consumer insights and rigorous measurement for its key visitor markets to develop the region’s growing tourism sector, while also offering additional insights for members.

Duke of Cambridge opens Japan House in London

Duke of Cambridge opens Japan House in London

Prince William, the Duke of Cambridge, has formally opened Japan House London, the new cultural home of Japan in the UK. His royal highness was accompanied by Japan’s deputy prime minister, Taro Aso, and Koji Tsuruoka, ambassador of Japan to the UK.

New European marketing manager for Tourism New Zealand

New European marketing manager for Tourism New Zealand

Tourism New Zealand has appointed Dani Benjamin to the role of trade marketing manager for Europe, based in London. Benjamin will join the trade team in developing and implementing Tourism New Zealand’s trade marketing strategy in the UK and Germany.