Helping destination marketers, travel professionals, businesses and organizations in the tourism industry:
- Share Stories
- Build Relationships
- Create Demand
We do so by delivering powerful ideas, focused strategies and measurable tactics and plans.
Beyond the Gateway
Our proximity to gateways New York City and Toronto give us broad media relationships in NYC and Canada. We help our clients draw visitors out of gateway cities to get their fair share of the market - and open up visitors' eyes to the possibilities of travel in small and mid-size destinations.
Focused On Tourism
By working in the tourism industry every single day, our team is the most informed on current trends and understands a wide variety of destination marketing strategies and tactics.
With a single focus, we go deeper, spend more time in the tourism industry and ultimately deliver maximum results to our clients.
Tourism Trend Guide: Influencer Marketing
Influencer Marketing has become an important part of our clients’ marketing strategy. In this eBook we share all the details of how our team finds, vets and works with influencers. BTI team members Sarah Blackwell, Colleen Onuffer and Jess Reilly documented our process in an information-packed 30 pages filled with tips and tricks to getting started in the world of influencer marketing. Download your copy today and get started finding and working with influencers to promote your destination!
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As many are aware, tourism is an economic engine. In 2018, travel generated $2.5 trillion for the U.S. economy, supporting 15.7 million American jobs. There are a lot of triggers that affect the economy when we travel. Most people realize that “heads in beds” means money for the local economy. When people stay in hotels, they pay…Read More
With the rise of experiential travel, it’s no surprise that this focus has spilled over into food tourism. According to the World Food Travel Association, food is now a main motivation for travelers choosing their destinations. Visitors are willing to increase their budget (40% of tourism spending is on gastronomy) and trip duration on unique…Read More
Across the tourism industry, there’s been a shift in what visitors are looking for and where they’re looking for it. Years ago, travelers aimed for big cities with big ticket items. Now, visitors are looking for the unique and different, and are finding those new experiences with attractions as destinations. The definition of experience is…Read More