Nicky Williamson elected to the board of North Wales Tourism

Eloise Hanson By Eloise Hanson
05 July 2019 | Updated 05 July 2019

Co-owner of The West Arms in Llanarmon Dyffryn Ceiriog, Nicky Williamson, has joined the North Wales Tourism board for a term of three years.

With a rich career in global hospitality, Williamson has experience working for InterContinental Hotels and Resorts and Starwood Hotels and Resorts, with leadership responsibility for Europe, Africa, and the Middle-East.

Her specialist roles covered hotel operations, brand development, development of emerging markets, and leadership development.

"I'm thrilled to be joining this collective voice for North Wales Tourism at such a pivotal time in its development," Williamson said. "There are so many undiscovered pockets of North Wales which need more love and attention."

"I look forward to bringing my ideas to the table and working closely with the board to continue welcoming more visitors to this breath-taking part of Wales as it strengthens its place as European Capital of Adventure" she continued.

North Wales Tourism was established in 1991 to support the tourism industry in North Wales and to deliver more business within the area.

Other members elected to the board included Andrew Oughton, head of business at Snowdonia National Park Authority; Jan Harrop from PowerSolutions; and Glenn Evans, general manager of Royal Oak and Waterloo Hotels.

Alongside her various positions, Williamson continues to offer consultancy services to support businesses through coaching, training, and employer brand development.

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