News and Announcements
Here at NVG we always have exciting and interesting news to tell you that will get your hearts racing and your grey matter working. From new releases and new clients to revamped websites and innovative solutions, we always have something interesting and timely to say - so stay tuned!
6 December 2013
NVG launched a brand new initiative at the Visit England's Visitor Economy Conference 2013 in London on Thursday 5th December - the Innovation Awards.
17 October 2013
A new Heritage Trail app has been launched for Melton Mowbray. The app uses mapping and written directions to guide visitors around the town, taking in attractions and places of interest, as well as places to buy the pork pies and Stilton cheese which have made Melton Mowbray famous.
11 October 2013
Shakespeare Country, the private tourism promotions body responsible for promoting South Warwickshire & the Cotswolds, is delighted to announce the launch of its new website plus a number of new initiatives aimed at helping local tourism businesses more effectively promote themselves.
5 September 2013
Visit Richmond website has now been re-launched to make better use of the CMS and functionality available, along with the creation of a new eNewsletter template.
20 August 2013
As England’s newest city and the first city in Essex, Chelmsford is building on its popularity as a tourist destination by commissioning a new website with NVG.
3 August 2013
A new app has been developed for Visit Peak District to provide visitors with all the information they could possibly need, even if they don’t have a mobile signal!
1 August 2013
NVG have been awarded the Welsh Tourism Product Database data gathering contract for a further 3 years.
24 June 2013
A mobile website has been built for Visit Stoke to provide information for visitors in the city and surrounding area.
18 June 2013
Ryedale District Council has launched a new website to promote tourism in the area, which includes the integration of DMS data.
3 June 2013
Visit Stoke have developed a new Ceramics Trail, celebrating the many Potteries in and around the city.