Election Results Provide Opportunity for “new Government to recognise the benefits and impact of the outbound travel sector more than it has been previously recognised”

Advantage say they are "looking forward to building on the meetings we have had to date with the new Labour team"

Following Labour’s landslide general election win, commenting on behalf of the UK Outbound Travel Group, Julia Lo Bue-Said, CEO, The Advantage Travel Partnership, said: “The election results provide the UK Outbound Travel group with an opportunity for the new Government to recognise the benefits and impact of the outbound travel sector more than it has been previously recognised and we are looking forward to building on the meetings we have had to date with the new Labour team.
“As a group we will now continue with the success of our UK MP Engagement Program, inviting local MPs visiting our members up and down the country, and engaging with the Labour Government on behalf of the outbound travel sector and our combined members.”
The UK Outbound Group, led by Advantage, AITO and ABTOT has invited industry leaders to attend an industry-wide meeting to discuss the sector’s political engagement strategy post-election.
The meeting is to be held at the Group’s Westminster Public Affairs consultancy – FTI Consulting – in central London and invites have been sent to industry leaders across the UK. The meeting is to take place on Monday 16 September 2024.

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