What we do

  1. Cotswolds TXGB
    Be part of a sales channel that works for you & The Cotswolds . TXGB.
  2. Press & PR
    We coordinate over 50 familiarisation trips a year - working with journalists to help them get the best out of their visits to the Cotswolds
  3. Online
    Central to our marketing strategy is the use of digital communications: we have a top performing visitor website, a strong social media presence with very high levels of engagement and a large consumer news database - find out more
  4. Marketing
    In addition to our online activities, our marketing includes attendance at trade and travel shows, publications and overseas marketing.
  5. Publications
    We produce a number of publications to promote the Cotswolds - find out more
  6. Business engagement
    Central to the work we do is engagement with tourism businesses across the Cotswolds.
  7. Research & Strategy
    Cotswolds Tourism commissions an annual economic impact study and here you'll find other useful information, statistics and links
  8. Visitor information
    We work closely with the Visitor Information Centres across the Cotswolds to ensure a seemless visitor experience
  9. Tourism-related businesses across the Cotswolds can sign up for a free online tool, T-Stats, which allows them to collect and process a huge range of information including accommodation occupancy, visitor numbers and events attendance with associated revenue figures.


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