Mills Media Creative is proud to announce that we have been selected by the Growth Platform, the Liverpool City Region Growth Company, to stage the 2020 Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards.
As part of a competitive tender process, our specialised events team successfully pitched creative ideas, production concepts and branded show design to revamp the annual Awards. The contract for the ceremony that honours the very best of the region’s resurgent Visitor Economy has been awarded for three years, running until 2022.
Mills Media Creative will provide a complete event management service for the project including PR & social media, nominations, judging, filming, photography, and live production on the big night. Once again, Liverpool’s majestic Anglican Cathedral will play host to one of the grandest evenings in the award’s social calendar and our team is already hard at work planning what will undoubtedly be a glittering show.
Managing Director, Andrew Mills said, “This is a great win for our creative team, and we look forward to staging a prestigious event where the stars of the tourism industry are applauded for their hard work. The Visitor Economy is at the heart of our region’s renaissance and what better way to say thanks than hosting an evening of celebration and fun!”
The Visitor Economy, worth £4.9 billion and supporting over 57,000 jobs, continues to develop as a major growth sector bringing both economic benefits and reputational advantage to the City Region.
Pete Sandman, Head of Visitor Economy at Growth Platform said, “We are delighted to appoint Mills Media Creative to work with us on delivering the Tourism Awards for the next 3 years and it is fitting that a well-established local business has won the tender. The Tourism Awards are the highlight of the Visitor Economy calendar and we would encourage as many businesses to get involved so we can celebrate their achievements at the highest level”.
The 2020 Liverpool City Region Tourism Awards will be held on Thursday 14th May. Applications will open in late autumn.