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Coventry and Warwickshire is ‘punching above its weight’ as a destination and ready to capitalise on the boost brought by major events to the region.
Venues in Coventry and Warwickshire have seen an overwhelming return to physical meetings, conferences and exhibitions as enquiries for hybrid events decrease.
Paul Jones, Managing Director of Destination Coventry, discusses the first eight months of our new destination management organisation (DMO) in this new blog.
Developers have broken ground on a £20million project to bring a new Hotel Indigo to Coventry.
In just 12 days’ time the Birmingham 2022 Queen’s Baton Relay will visit the British Motor Museum as part of its route around Britain.
Venues from the heart of the country are set to capitalise on the legacy of major events and the development of Coventry and Warwickshire’s new destination management organisation (DMO).
A Coventry hotel which defied the Covid odds to open and has won national acclaim is marking its first birthday with an extra cause to celebrate.
Job vacancies in the leisure, tourism and hospitality sector are continuing to rise in Coventry and Warwickshire as the sector struggles with the recruitment and retention of staff.
A new destination management organisation (DMO) has brought together its six founding Patrons to help it drive the visitor economy in Coventry and Warwickshire
Leading Midlands dedicated training and meeting venue Ashorne Hill has appointed James Lee to the position of Learning Solutions Manager and Sarah Ellis to Business Development Director.
2022 brings a fresh round of developments and experiences, with more reasons than ever to bring your meeting or event to Coventry and Warwickshire. Here are just some of them.
Investment being made to establish Coventry and Warwickshire as leading business tourism destination
More than £200 million is being invested across Coventry and Warwickshire to cement the region as a leading destination for national and international business tourism.
Urban Air Port® Air-One® has been selected as a winner of the UK Government’s Future Flight Challenge.
Work is underway to create the new south pavilion entrance to Coventry Building Society Arena ahead of the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games.
To celebrate the region’s strong and resilient visitor economy, we’re proud to be supporting the West Midlands Tourism Awards 2022.
Coventry and Warwickshire’s world-leading transport innovation will be showcased during a year of celebration and activities, starting this July.
Culture Secretary Oliver Dowden was today given a whistle-stop tour of some of the recent changes to the city as it begins its year as UK City of Culture.
Meet the team and characters behind the ‘Factor Us In’ exhibition at a special ‘Museum lates’ evening
The British Motor Museum is to host an exclusive evening for visitors to join the ‘Factor Us In’ exhibition team and delve deeper into the history of the West Midlands motor industry.
The M40 J15 Warwick Hotel, previously Hilton Warwick, has rebranded as Delta Hotels by Marriott Warwick, following an exciting upgrade and multimillion-pound refurbishment.
E-scooters, buses on demand and Enterprise Car Club vehicles are just some of the innovative transport projects being looked at to reduce personal car use.
Tourism leaders from across Coventry and Warwickshire have celebrated the official launch of the region’s new destination management organisation (DMO).
Coventry UK City of Culture is delighted to announce that Assembly Festival will be setting up, programming and running a substantial new hub venue in the city centre, Assembly Festival Garden.
Coventry UK City of Culture announces first shows.
Coventry has been showcased to leading national tourism figures and destination management organisations (DMOs) from across the country as part of a major convention held in the city.
Council Cabinet members will meet next week (9 June) to consider an invitation for Coventry to host the 2022 International Children’s Games (ICG).
“Coventry needs you!” that’s the message to people of all ages and backgrounds across the city who want to get involved in the historic UK City of Culture year.
Co-created with national and local partners, and grassroots organisations across the city.
The thrilling exhibition, ‘Women in Motorsport’ opens at Coventry Transport Museum in the new year.
Any business that has previously received Local Restrictions Support Grant funding will not need to apply for the new restart grant funding from 1 April.
Business in the conference and exhibition sector has returned to pre-pandemic levels in Coventry and Warwickshire, according to three of the region’s leading venues.
Coventry will receive £50m to fund 297 all-electric buses that will be on city streets by 2025.
The Coventry-based Manufacturing Technology Centre is to trial a purpose-built private 5G network aimed at helping manufacturers boost productivity.
Warwick Conferences has been commended for its ‘outstanding approach to sustainability’ after achieving the prestigious ECOSmart Gold Status by Greengage Solutions.