UKinbound allows new businesses to sign up

Trade body offers support to start-up companies

UKinbound allows new businesses to sign up
UKinbound allows new businesses to sign up

Trade body UKinbound has announced it will now allow start-up businesses to sign up and become members.

Previously, companies had to be in operation for at least one year to qualify for provisional membership and three years to be a full member.

The new rules mean companies can become a start-up member from the outset and can then become a full member within two years of operation.

The association represents accommodation providers, destination marketing, attractions, tourism service providers, in-bound tour operators, and UK ground handlers.

It will offer new enterprises specialist support and networking opportunities.

UKinbound chief executive Mary Rance said: "The start-up membership category will enable UKinbound to cater for the many new businesses entering the in-bound tourism market, and to provide additional support for small and fledgling enterprises when they need it most."

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