A new support programme for tourism and hospitality businesses will help to boost Buckinghamshire’s productivity, via a partnership between Buckinghamshire Business First, Visit Buckinghamshire and Be the Business.
Hospitality and tourism businesses are hugely important to the Buckinghamshire economy, and this support programme, which will deliver a series of five masterclass events running up to the 2020 summer season, will help those who participate to drive up productivity and maximise their full potential.
The masterclasses, the first of which takes place on January 23rd 2020 at Wadesdon Manor, are part of Be the Business’s Collaborative Networks for Tourism and Hospitality programme, which aims to bring business owners, leaders and senior managers together to improve business performance through joint learning, sharing and collaborating.
The masterclasses will be led by tourism and hospitality sector specialists and feature the experiences of local and national leading brands. There will also be a number of peer-to-peer business coaching groups, specifically for likeminded tourism and hospitality business leaders looking to learn, share and collaborate together.
Each masterclass will focus on one of the five levers of productivity: Leadership and Strategy; People and Teams; Sales and Growth; Business Planning; and Digital Readiness.
The first masterclass takes place at Waddesdon Manor on January 23rd 2020. Find more information and book your ticket.
Tony Danker, CEO at Be the Business, said: “We are so excited to launch this partnership with Visit Buckinghamshire and Buckinghamshire Business First. We welcome all local tourism and hospitality businesses to get involved in the Be the Business movement to drive up UK productivity and competitiveness.
“Our programmes are designed to give every person attending new ideas to boost their business, and by formalising our partnership with Visit Buckinghamshire and Buckinghamshire Business First, we intend to support the great work already being done by every tourism and hospitality business in the region.”