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Gwion surreptitiously left for Swansea earlier this month without telling us he had been asked to be a guest speaker at the Digital Tourism Exhibition!! Now as many of you will know, tourism accounts for a large percentage of revenue generated in North Wales. The competition is high and with the ever evolving and changing market, getting your digital presence and know-how up to speed is crucial. Dioni Self Catering has grown from representing 1 cottage in 2007 to 101 cottages in 2014 with 7000 guests passing through; all managed through one digital window: With this in mind, the people at The Digital Tourism Exhibition asked Gwion to address 500 people, offering insight and advice on the options that are available to you and your business in the digital world along with sharing what his secrets to success have been. Congratulations Gwion and Louise on receiving the recognition for Dioni Self Catering!

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