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Getting Started

The Modules: To start using the toolkit, you can ‘browse’ from the top (The Tourism Industry) to the last module in the list of the right-hand column; this will introduce you step-by step to the different aspects of the Small Tourism Business. Alternatively, just click on the module you would like to know more about. The ‘Starting your Business’ section in each module guides you step-by step through the information available. A ‘Growing your Business’ section contains an overview (‘tree’) of the resources available in the module and will prove helpful for users that like to get more direct access to the information they are looking for.

My Toolbox: Once completed registration, you are able personalise the Website building your own Toolbox: a list of pages and tools that you have found interesting for future reference. Simply click the “Add this page to my toolbox” – link on the page you’d like to remember.

Talkshop: This is a place where people can ask questions, exchange viewpoints and share knowledge. Business owners can offer their resources and offer feedback, assisting the Toolkit team in answering questions asked through the Talkshop. All visitors can read the forum, but contributing and reacting on topics requires registration.

Events: Here you will find information on ‘what’s on, where and when?’ This includes specialist seminars on various aspects related to managing a tourism business, local events and festivities, key dates and a calendar.

Resources: This section provides direct access to tourism business databases, industry reports, and information on the tourism industry.

Feedback: The Toolkit Team is ready at all times to provide you with feedback of any kind. Please use the Talkshop if your question is related to tourism and business development, or use the contact form to for any other question.

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