Spotlight on West Midlands’ visitor offer as businesses reopen and rebuild.
New #ChristmasinBham campaign highlights festive events, activities and gifts for locals and visitors.
Global broadcast coverage of Birmingham’s five fixtures set to reach more than two billion people.
ICC celebrates cricket in the heart of the city.
Conservative Party Conference and Justin Bieber help to increase overnight stays in city.
Unprecedented growth in visitor economy also sees city’s overnight and overseas tourist numbers double.
More new companies join strategic marketing partnership.
City businesses collaborate in anticipation of record high in seasonal visitors.
Footfall at region’s attractions goes up by 6%, according to new VisitEngland report.
Visit Birmingham to promote city through mass public social media event.
Collaboration for 400th anniversary of William Shakespeare’s legacy.
City is now the UK’s fastest growing regional tourist destination.
Visit Birmingham to promote city through mass collaboration with photographers at social media event.
Major music and conference events drive upturn in occupancy.
Unique social media event to highlight exclusive city locations.
International visitor consumer spend reaches £300 million.
Second social media event to be led by street art experts, City of Colours.
City announces campaign to showcase the best of Birmingham over the festive season.
Accolade follows record visitor numbers for Birmingham in 2013.
Search on to find ‘The Birmingham Pack’ for Rugby World Cup 2015.
TripIndex highlights north-south cost divide.
Birmingham’s big names nominate their top city attractions.
City delegation visits Asia to launch tourism workshops for Indian travel agents.
Dave Woodhall takes issue with the B Sides announced yesterday.
Search on for the ultimate West Midlands playlist.
A cocktail celebrating Birmingham’s food scene has been created as part of a campaign to mark English Tourism Week.
Birmingham and the city region have Christmas all wrapped up, with a great choice of shopping, food and drink, seasonal events, culture and attractions – whatever time of day or night.
Markets and shopping boost visitors numbers.
Another Michelin star for the city’s restaurants.