Panoramic night view of BALTIC contemporary arts centre, Millennium Bridge and the River Tyne with reflection of bridge lights, Newcastle.
The Leisure & Tourism sector is very fragmented, covering a wide and diverse range of products and services. As the sector continues to grow globally, so do the openings for UK companies.
UK companies have traditionally been successful in tourism consultancy, leisure and sports equipment (particularly play equipment), the garden sector, equestrianism, theme parks/attractions and crafts
There are no UKTI sector specialists for Leisure and Tourism. If you have a question contact the UK Trade & Investment Enquiry Service at
Tel: + 44 (0)20 7215 5000
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The Federation of Sports and Play Associations (FSPA)
A useful gateway site. The national trade body representing many aspects of the UK's sport and play industries. Provides contact details for trade associations covering products such as sports clothing and equipment and links to related sites
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