Specialist tourism, journey and enterprise occasions communications company, Davies Tanner, has seen important shopper development within the second half of 2019, securing over £400,000 of further charge revenue.
New shoppers embody the Belfry Lodge & Resort, in Sutton Coldfield, main worldwide serviced residence owner-operator, the Ascott Restricted, and Markerstudy’s leisure portfolio.
The latter consists of One Warwick Park lodge and Salomons Property in Tunbridge Wells, in addition to Bewl Water on the Kent and East Sussex border.
As well as, the company has additionally prolonged its briefs with shoppers together with Go to Scotland Enterprise Occasions, Mulberry Cottages and Laura Ashley Resorts.
The VisitScotland account was retained for an additional three years following a aggressive open tender and has been expanded to incorporate a brand new international communications temporary.
Commenting on the appointment, Neil Brownlee, head of enterprise occasions, VisitScotland, stated: “Davies Tanner’s inherent understanding of our enterprise and place as changemakers inside the enterprise occasions trade meant that their response to our temporary was a way forward of the competitors.
“VisitScotland Enterprise Occasions has launched into a really formidable technique to develop our enterprise globally and I’ve little question that in davies tanner we’ve the correct companion on board to help us in delivering quantifiable outcomes.”
The Belfry Lodge & Resort has appointed Davies Tanner to implement a PR marketing campaign to drive consciousness of the resort outdoors of its golf heartland within the shopper media and the enterprise commerce press.
Gail Aldridge, advertising director on the Belfry Lodge & Resort, commented on the appointment: “It’s an thrilling time for The Belfry as we embark on a repositioning of our property.
“Davies Tanner confirmed a really clear understanding of our enterprise and had some thrilling artistic concepts to help us as we glance to develop in 2020 and past. We’re delighted to have them on board.”