Over one year on from the Tourism Action Plan, what progress has been made in building a collaborative approach to sign-posting the best of Britain and ensuring tourists are able to discover and access regional attractions and destinations?
What are the challenges and opportunities of improving cooperation between the transport and tourism sectors and what impact has the BritRail initiative had on encouraging travel outside of initial destinations?
How can national tourist boards, local delivery partners and attractions capitalise on inbound tourists interests in visiting other parts of the country, and what are the priorities for promotion and advertising, both at the point of arrival and departure?
What role should major destinations, such as London, Manchester, Liverpool and Edinburgh, play in supporting the tourism sector in the wider economy?
Who are the trailblazers in exploiting local cultural and natural points of interest as a means of attracting new visitors?
What are the challenges and opportunities for supporting tourism-led regeneration and what impact will local authority budget cuts have on the capacity for redevelopment and investment in cultural attractions?
How can local visitor economies attract inward investment and cultural attractions to their regions and what are the next steps for building partnerships with attractions and building on initiatives such as the Discover England fund?
How can local authorities improve their capacity to increase visitor numbers?
Adrian Barsby Chair, Welsh Tourism Alliance
Deirdre Wells OBE Chief Executive Officer, UKinbound
Anthony Pickles Head of Tourism Affairs, Visit Britain
Malcolm Bell Chief Executive, Visit Cornwall