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Another Happy Customer and a Glowing Reference from Visit Surrey

15th February 2016

Categories: Our News

A brand new site for Visit Surrey,  has been unveiled by New Mind | tellUs, promoting the County as a diverse and accessible destination.

Described as a 'county of surprises', Surrey's vibrant towns, historic villages and stunning countryside, all conveniently located close to London, are represented on the new site. 

A clean and simple design has been adopted featuring motivational, yet warm and friendly content, consistent with Visit Surrey's brand values.  Eye-catching imagery and film is exploited throughout the site to captivate and social media sets out to engage the visitor before, during and post-visit.

As well as satisfying the needs of tourists and residents, the site offers an extensive range of promotional opportunities for local businesses, to suit a range of budgets from basic listings to the ability to feature videos, TripAdvisor reviews and social media links.

As a smaller DMO, with a Chairman and a team of three part-time staff, Visit Surrey needed a flexible and affordable platform for the promotion of the county's assets.  This project highlights the versatility of the New Mind | tellUs e-tourism solution and its suitability to a wide range of DMOs including those with limited time and resources.

Chairman of Visit Surrey, Kevin Lorimer comments "The great team work between New Mind | tellUs and Visit Surrey, together with a mutual understanding of the demands of both teams resulted in our new site being delivered on time and on budget. We are delighted with the end result".

The new site will be officially unveiled on the 23rd March at the Radisson Blu Edwardian Hotel, Guildford.

Last Autumn, Visit Surrey was selected by the British Library to feature in the UK Web Archive.  The archive includes carefully selected websites which represent different aspects of online life in the UK in order to respond to the challenge of a 'digital black hole' in the nation's memory.


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