Steve Green helped with the re-development of tourism in the Falkland Islands following the 1982 conflict and the second ‘Shackleton Report’ on economic development of the islands. He produced and implemented a marketing strategy, represented the Islands in he UK, Europe and North America, sat on the Falkland Islands Tourist Board, helped to establish a direct airlink to Chile and inform tourism policy before handing these roles to staff at the London office of the Falkland Islands Government.
Steve Green visited the Dutch Antilles island of Bonaire to advise on the potential to develop birdwatching tourism. Interviews with birdwatchers, consulting bird and nature tour operators and site visits to the island informed the conclusion that bird watching could be developed as a 2-3 day add-on activity.
Steve Green worked as part of an Anglo-Spanish consultancy team to develop a sustainable tourism strategy for 22 Natural Parks in Andalucia. His role was helping to identify and audit 1,000 publicly-owned properties, to research demand, to develop a marketing strategy and contributing to a study visit to the UK by Andalucian Government officials.
Our role in a team managed by Huntings, and including the Natural History Museum, was to produce marketing and fundraising strategies to support a business plan for the museums; these include the National Museum and Karen Blixen House in Nairobi, Fort Jesus in Mombassa and the ruined Swahili city at Gedi.
Who we work with
- The National Trust
- Forestry Commission England
- Lake District National Park
- One North East
- Cumbria Tourism
- Northumberland National Park
- Natural History Museum
- Countryside Council for Wales
- Northumberland Coast