Tag - Tourism Talk Live

Tourism Talk Live!

Friday, May 13, 2022, 12pm by Andrew H. Baker

So far, 2022 has been an exciting return to form for Raleigh and Wake County tourism. With outdoor sports events never having left, festivals bouncing back from dormant years prior and conventions/meeting groups returning en masse, leisure and group business, it seems, are back. And it's only...

Q&A: Tourism Talk Live!

Friday, March 04, 2022, 4pm by Andrew H. Baker

Tourism Talk Live is back again in 2022, and we're excited to share with you updates about destination marketing for Raleigh/Wake County during the upcoming season and fiscal year. For the uninitiated, we've written a Q&A to get you familiarized. What is Tourism Talk Live? Tourism Talk...

Tourism Talk Live is Back!

Wednesday, October 27, 2021, 3pm by Andrew H. Baker

And we're back! After a pause due to unforeseen in-person circumstances (insert your unprecedented times here), Tourism Talk Live will convene once again on Thurs., Nov. 18, at 10:30am. We cannot wait to see you! If you're new to the term, Tourism Talk Live is GRCVB's quarterly update...
If you're reading this Tourism Talk blog post, you most likely received it through our Tourism Talk E-newsletter, which goes out to partners throughout Wake County each Mon. morning. And if you've been a partner with GRCVB for long, you've probably received an invitation to one of our...

Join Us for Tourism Talk Live—Nov. 8

Friday, October 12, 2018, 4pm by Karen DeSollar

We don’t know if you have noticed, but GRCVB groups all of our communication about the business of destination marketing under one thematic umbrella—Tourism Talk. Anything that appears under the "Tourism Talk" header is tailored for hospitality partners, business leaders,...

Join Us at Tourism Talk Live!

Friday, October 27, 2017, 7am by visitRaleigh

We at GRCVB are doing our best to make sure our hospitality industry partners and other interested onlookers grasp the power of tourism in Wake County. We're talking about a multibillion-dollar sector of the local economy, directly supporting more than 25,500 jobs (in fact, there only 10...