|SWWTP - www.swwtp.co.uk|
|South West Wales Tourism Partnership (SWWTP) is the Regional Tourism Partnership (RTP) serving South West Wales|
|Tourism Swansea Bay - www.tourismswanseabay.co.uk|
|Tourism Swansea Bay– developing and assisting tourist businesses in Swansea, Mumbles, Gower, Neath, Port Talbot, and Aberavon providing one strong voice of tourism.|
|Carmarthenshire Tourist Association - www.tourlink.co.uk|
| Membership organisation representing the county's tourism and leisure businesses and communities.
|Pembrokshire Tourism - www.pembrokeshire-tourism.net|
| Tourism association, Pembrokeshire Tourism offers its members a wide range of services and benefits.
|Gallu - www.gallu.org.uk|
|'Gallu' is the People Development Programme for all tourism related businesses in South West Wales.|
|Wales Tourism Alliance (WTA) - www.tourismalliance.org.uk|
|The fundamental role of the WTA is to inform and convey the views and needs of the tourism community to the Welsh Assembly Government, the Minister for Heritage (whose portfolio includes tourism) and to Westminster (on non devolved issues). We ensure that the industry is involved in the decision making process and also convey the views of Government to the industry.|
|Ffres - www.ffres.org|
|Ffres is a web based community designed to showcase the food tourism sector across South West Wales|
|Who Do I Ask? - www.whodoiask.com|
| The information resource for the tourism industry of Wales. The site has been designed for you, as tourism providers. It contains a wealth of relevant information whether you are starting up, wish to know more about providing for your customers, how to attract new
business and all the financial, legal requirements and so for the day-to-day running of your business.
|Software Alliance Wales - www.softwarealliancewales.com|
|Software Alliance Wales supports innovation and growth amongst the ICT and Software Sector within the Convergence areas of Wales. It creates a platform for developers across the region to network and share best practice, and to promote Wales as a key driving force in Software Development.|