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.
Online Course: Prepare for Recovery with Strategic Planning
As we prepare for the post-pandemic world, we know that things will not be as they were. We are excited to announce the launch of a NEW online course, Strategic Marketing Planning for Post-Pandemic Recovery. We designed this course to help you retool your current marketing plan or create a new one from scratch, that will allow you to come into recovery armed with data, strategic thinking and a roadmap for moving ahead.
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!
Download your copy:
From my first day at Break The Ice Media, I knew this wasn’t going to be the stereotypical dreadful internship where I would be doing “grunt work.” I wouldn’t be running around getting coffee orders, stuffing envelopes, or walking the boss’s dog (even though I wouldn’t have minded the dog part). I wouldn’t be shoved…Read More
Growing up with five siblings I learned the benefits of teamwork at a young age. Our parents would constantly tell us to do our chores before we could do anything else for the day. This happened so often we ended up creating a system. We’d split up the different tasks, such as who was going…Read More
A Google search on collaborative marketing shows 15,800,000 results. Top search results include scholarly articles on “A Collaborative Approach to Marketing” and “Collaborative Destination Marketing” and additional articles from Forbes.com and HuffingtonPost.com. Each article has a slightly different angle on the practice and importance of collaborative marketing. One thing remains constant throughout each, when companies…Read More