The structure of tourism in Britain has a dynamic affiliation ofpublic and private sector organisations including small- to medium-sizeenterprises (SMEs); international private businesses (eg.
airlines or largehotel chains), as well as Destination Management Organisations (DMOs) at localand regional level. Visit Britain will always continue to market its dynamiccountry overseas to drive growth in international leisure and business tourism.The key advantage that Visit Britain is always achieving is developing atourism action plan. The continuous update of the action plans each yearidentifies the progress made with the five key themes of; Tourism Landscape,Jobs and Skills, Transport, Common-sense Regulations and GREAT Welcome.
https://www.visitbritain.org/overviewAdditionally, the British government is keen to developtourism because it creates jobs for local people, therefore, improving andboosting our economy and can help to regenerate areas and improve the qualityof life. Moreover, tourism in the European Union has a major impression on economicgrowth, employment, and social development. Major economic activity can be apowerful tool in economic decline and unemployment. Like Britain, the European Union’stourism sector faces a series of challenges.
The European Commission works toaddress these with policies and actions, continuously improving the quality ofits services to maintain Europe’s position as a leading touristdestination http://ec.europa.eu/growth/sectors/tourism/According to Cambridge dictionary, interrelationship is”the way in which two or more things or people are connected and affect one another:the way in which two or more things or people are connected and affect one another:the way in which two or more things or people are connected and affect one another:the way in which two or more things or people are connected and affect one another: the way inwhich two or more things or people are connected and affect one another: the way in which two or morethings or people are connected and affect one another:”. An example of interrelationships would be EUcountries and international economies working together to boost internationaltourist flows to Europe. The European commission has strengthened cooperationwith these economies to promote sustainable and responsible tourism developmentmodels and exchange best practice.
The tourism industry council is a collaboration between thetourism industry (composed ofemployers and small businesses) and the government. The Council will act as a sounding board and pointof dialogue between Ministers and the industry. The council members are drawnfrom across the tourism industry including attractions, hospitality,accommodation, transport and businesses. An example of a tourism industrycouncil would be, The British Tourism Industry Group (BTIG) which isVisitBritain’s main stakeholder group chaired by VisitBritain’s Chief Executive, SallyBalcombe. It brings together senior representatives of Government, industry andtourism bodies to discuss issues of relevance to the industry on a quarterlybasis. International agencies have a huge impact on the travel and tourismindustry.
The leading internationalorganisation in the field of tourism is the World Tourism Organisation (UNWTO) which is theUnited Nations agency responsible for the promotion of responsible, sustainableand universally accessible tourism. UNWTO offers leadership and support to thesector in advancing knowledge and tourism policies worldwide as it promotes theawareness of economicgrowth, inclusive development and environmentalsustainability. http://www2.
unwto.org/content/who-we-are-0The World Traveland Tourism Council (WTTC), qualifies to speak with one voice to governmentsand international bodies as it Is the only global body that brings together allmajor players in the travel and tourism sector. The travel and tourism sectorare one of the world’s largest industry, supporting 292 million jobs andgenerating 10.2% of global GDP, allowing WTTC to raise awareness of the globalpotential that this industry has to offer. https://www.wttc.org/about/members/