BOURNEMOUTH - Refined pleasures - Bournemouth has long been revered as a conference town, but how does it fare when attracting incentives, asks Carole Chester

'Bournemouth may not be an obvious incentive destination, but it does offer a solid incentive product for the corporate market,' says Clive Tyers, current chairman of the British Association of Conference Destinations and head of conference & exhibition services for the Bournemouth International Centre. He continues: 'The major development for the town has been the emergence of an impressive number of new restaurants, bars and clubs, which have given us an enviable cosmopolitan atmosphere.'

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