Welcome to Share Wales.
Keeping up with all the latest technological ideas isn’t always easy, especially when you have a tourism business to run. If you want to better understand the technologies that can be used to put your business, and Wales, in front of your potential visitors, Sharewales is here to help.
Sharewales provides resources and learning, to aid understanding and support the use of technology across the tourism sector, to help maximise the opportunities of the digital age. It also seeks to get everyone sharing Wales better, by opening up their great content, so it can be used to improve the tourism offering to our visitors.
We want to get the digital into Wales’ tourism and whether you are an absolute beginner or self confessed geek, we hope you’ll join us in making this site a focal point in that exciting challenge. and we hope to see you at the Digital Tourism Exhibition on 3 November.
Looking for simple digital advice that relates to tourism in Wales? Then click through to our collection of fact sheets, case studies, videos and links. A resource you can dip in and out of, complementing the training available through others.
Ideas to Inspire
Looking for new ways to invigorate your visitor offering and experience? Then click through to our growing collection of digital technologies that you can draw from. Visitor expectations have moved on. Are you keeping up and ready for the next generation?
Looking for digital projects that are creating new visitor offerings in Wales? We are supporting a range of projects, which we summarise here.
Looking to keep up with those digital developments that relate to Wales and Tourism? Keep up with the headlines on the stories that we collect here.
Digital Tourism Exhibition
Looking to find ways to improve your business? Book your place at Digital Tourism Exhibition now and find out about our future events and view our past event speaker videos here.
Share Content - Share Wales
We are looking to get more brilliant Wales content in front of potential tourists, at the perfect time in their holiday decision making. Get involved and it could be yours!
Provides links to other sources of advice and assistance.
Highlighted technologies/applications, you may want to try.
More Specific Opportunities
Book Your Place Now for the Digital Tourism Exhibition at the Liberty Stadium ,on 3 November 2014.
Sign up - for the Business Wales Newsletter and keep you up to date with the latest on business support available to you.
Sign up -for the Visit Wales eNewsletter to keep up with developments in the Tourism Industry in Wales.
Maximise your marketing through Visit Wales - a few tips to Get Seen and Keep Informed.
Fibre is good for you - Will you be taking it? - what could it do for you? Find out more.
Grants available to develop Welsh-language software, applications and tools - to help increase the amount and take up of digital content available in Welsh. Find out if you are eligible and how to apply
Organise your business -with a Customer Relationship Management System (CRM). Find out how a CRM system can benefit your business by building stronger relationships with your customers, and helping you understand their needs and behaviours
The Digital Tourism Business Framework Programme (DTBF) has been chosen as one of 20 good practice projects from across Europe in implementing developments that are increasing the competitiveness of the European tourism industry.
“Swansea, Carmarthenshire, Pembrokeshire – it doesn’t matter where you are, because you can tap into the global market if you have the right mindset.”
Anna Bastek, director of Swansea-based Wolfestone Translation, as panellists at Insider’s West Wales Economic Forum Aug 2014.
"Growth from digital should not be limited to the tech sector – it must be widespread – driven through the adoption of digital practices in mainstream business"
“Now more than ever before, digital offers the chance to drive sustained economic recovery, but this will only be realised if we become a nation of digitally confident businesses with a digitally literate workforce.”
Extracts from the chief executive of O2, Ronan Dunne's article in the Telegraph, 3 Aug 2013.