Who’s Who in Group Leisure

Britain’s best read – most valued group travel directory

What is it? Launched in 1993, Who’s Who in Group Leisure is an A4 directory with thousands of useful listings for groups, including a county-by-county breakdown for England and sections for Wales, Scotland and Ireland. There are also dedicated sections listing group tour operators, ferry companies, tourist boards and more. All with specific group travel contact information, unique to Who’s Who.

What’s its frequency? Annually, published in December, both in print and online.

Who's Who in Group Leisure directories
A WWGL spread

What is its targeted readership? WWGL is received by top group travel organisers and coach operators throughout the UK arranging trips and tours for thousands of people.

What is the impact from Who’s Who in Group Leisure? Advertising in WWGL is a must as you are guaranteed at least a one year shelf life. The structure of the directory also helps sell your services, because you can book into the most relevant section for your business – be that Devon, London, tour operators or for national groups. It’s a one-stop reference work for readers and extensively used when planning trips because there is nothing else like it in print or online.

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E-directory

Who’s Who in Group Leisure is also available to readers in digital format via groupleisureandtravel.com/whoswho

Add a video, a soundtrack or use ‘Page Zero’ opposite the Who’s Who in Group Leisure e-directory front cover to promote your business.

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