Since 1984, we have been helping to build tourism, cultural and arts enterprises and to strengthen communities. Well over one hundred assignments have been completed in all regions of Newfoundland and Labrador and elsewhere in Atlantic Canada. In addition, we have completed numerous land use planning projects with both direct and indirect impacts on the tourism industry, for public and private sector clients. The work has involved extensive market research, product development, business planning and economic impact assessment.
An in-depth understanding of global and local travel markets and how to take the tourism industry to the next level in Newfoundland and Labrador and the Atlantic Region.
We will use our experience to your advantage. We have undertaken wide-ranging research into mainstream, emerging and high-yield niche markets.
The geo-tourism sector, which seeks out creative experiences that celebrate and help to preserve local culture and environment, is of particular interest.
Projects that represent our experience include: regional development strategies (in cuisine, agri-tourism, crafts, etc), local development plans (Placentia, Red Bay), professional development plans (Gros Morne Institute for Sustainable Tourism), marketing strategies (Appalachian Trail, Golf NL), economic impact assessments (East Coast Trail) and heritage master plans (Hebron, Nunatsiavut).