The DMO Download
A weekly digest on economic development and cultural, heritage tourism news.
We know you’ve got a full calendar. To help you out, we’ve compiled the top headlines and resources for DMOs so you can stay up to date on the latest this week.
They say it takes a village to market a destination, and you can count us in. This week, we’ve compiled the top headlines and resources for DMOs so you can stay on top of the latest developments.
Funding is what keeps your projects going so that you can maintain your community’s amenities ready for visitors. But applying for that funding can be tough. There are many organizations vying for the same grants, so how do you stand out from the competition?
It’s no small feat to keep up with the industry, take care of clients and make sure your own marketing is up to snuff. This week, we’ve compiled the top headlines and resources so you can stay up to date without staying up late.
This week, we have resources to help you market to value-based tourists, learn about pricing model options, and understand how to thrive in this COVID-19 era.
This week we have resources to help you understand sustainable and value-based tourism and the chance to listen to experts on how you can increase your chances of securing funding to support your projects.
Broadband is an opportunity for rural communities to begin revitalizing their downtown. High speed internet creates more economic opportunities by attracting entrepreneurs and industries to the area.
Visit California is using visual stories to increase trust, confidence and awareness amongst visitors and stakeholders – and you should, too.
There are some important design principles to keep in mind when developing a placemaking strategy for your community.
With many funding opportunities becoming available for economic development and destination marketing, it’s important to implement a strategy that is mindful of the competition and how to attract tourists.
Utilizing influencers in your destination marketing strategy will build consumer trust around your destination’s brand.
U.S. travelers can now visit their northern neighbors as Canada opens its borders.