The Travel Foundation
The Travel Foundation is a leading global NGO that works in partnership with governments, businesses, and communities to develop and manage tourism in a way that maximizes the benefits for communities and the environment. Founded in 2003, it has since worked in over 30 countries around the world.
Synergy Enterprises is a corporate sustainability management firm founded on the principle that business can make a positive impact on the planet.
BC Regional Tourism Secretariat
British Columbia Regional Tourism Secretariat is a collaboration between the following five regional destination management organizations: Cariboo Chilcotin Coast Tourism Association, Kootenay Rockies Tourism Association, Northern BC Tourism Association, Thompson Okanagan Tourism Association and 4VI (Vancouver Island). By working together across the province, BC’s Regional Destination Management Organizations are maximizing their collective expertise and resources and leveraging the local knowledge and long-standing relationships they’ve held across the province for over 50 years.
Destination British Columbia
Destination British Columbia (Destination BC) is a Provincially funded, industry-led Crown corporation that supports a strong and competitive future for BC’s tourism industry through a combination of global marketing, destination development, industry learning, cooperative community-based programs, and visitor servicing. Destination BC’s programs help to improve the visitor experience, support businesses and communities across the province, and strengthen BC’s worldwide reputation as a destination of choice.
go2HR is the health, safety and human resources association for BC’s tourism and hospitality industries, and provides employer resources, information and consulting services in HR and health & safety management designed to support the creation of strong workforces and safe workplaces. go2HR also provides education and training for current and future workers, and serves as a resource to inform government and stakeholders around labour market conditions and strategies in communities across BC.