Holiday & Leisure park development virtual forum - 24-25 February

Get back to meeting again… (virtually)

 

Join holiday park owners, developers, architects, contractors, councils, leisure park designers and an array of suppliers specialising in products for the leisure and holiday park industry.

 

The format of the forum comprises of CPD accredited seminar programme; a series of 1-1 pre-selected business meetings with suppliers of products; opportunity to network; online directory of all attendees contacts details and existing projects. 

  

A well thought out, well planned and informative few days. Many new contacts made and many more opportunities to follow up on. Thank you. Bluestone Resorts

 

I had a really productive two days. During the process I was booking meetings with suppliers I wouldn't have otherwise known about, and likewise they wouldn't have had information about our projects. The format works really well and the opportunities to network in a professional environment are plentiful. West Midlands Safari Park

 

Seminar programme topics to include:

 

-The effect of COVID-19 on the UK holiday industry

-Sustainability and new trends/methods

-Insightful case studies

-MMC usage on holiday parks

-Mental health and the benefit of holiday and leisure park development

-New leisure park development plans

 

Register for your place today.

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