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An integrated visitor experience, with businesses working together to create unforgettable memories and tell a compelling story will result in more spend, longer stays and return visits. Our holistic approach to tourism development, viewing it within the context of an integrated visitor economy, also maximises benefits for local people. These can make a positive contribution to a great experience for visitors as well as being a positive marketing resource.Read more
As people become more aware of sustainability issues, the environmental standpoint is becoming increasingly important both as a means to save costs and attract business. Whether you want to cut single use plastics, food waste, or energy and water costs we work with you to find the best saving opportunities. We can then support you and your teams in delivering them.Read more
Corporate social responsibility (CSR) programmes are a positive way help organisations manage a range of environmental, social, community and economic impacts. They also contribute to international frameworks, such as Sustainable Development Goals. RHP believes that rather than represent a cost to organisations, CSR can add value, offer sustained financial growth and grow a company’s reputation. We can work with you to implement comprehensive systems that will genuinely deliver good business.Read more
Unprecedented rates of growth within the international tourism industry provide new and exciting opportunities for collaboration. Partnerships are emerging between tourism and a wide range of different organisations, from conservation charities to cultural and creative organisations. New collaborations inevitably require new frameworks, new relationships and new strategies/policies, and all stand to benefit from these new relationships.
RHP can help to broker relationships between different types of organisation. We can develop guidelines or codes of practice to enable businesses to work together to achieve common goals. We can start the process by facilitating organisations in discussing new and exciting partnerships. We can support the creation of funding proposals to bring different organisations together to trial novel approaches. We can engage policy makers and businesses in discussions about ways of working collaboratively, to achieve common aims and business objectives. By doing so we can boost business.