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  • 2019 Homestay registrations now open

    2019 Homestay registrations now open

    The Department for Enterprise is reminding homeowners in the Isle of Man that they can now register their properties to participate in the Homestay Schemes for both the 2019 TT Festival and the 2019 Isle of Man Festival of Motorcycling.

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  • Isle of Man UNESCO Biosphere 2018 Award Winners

    Tourism Providers recognised in UNESCO Biosphere Awards 2018

    The first UNESCO Biosphere Awards has taken place on the Isle of Man, hosted by the Department of Environment, Food and Agriculture. The awards attracted 30 entries and among the successful winners, the Anderson family of Knockaloe Beg Farm and Street Food Taste Member Flo the Coffee Van.

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  • 2018 is another record year for Isle of Man cruise visits

    2018 is another record year for Isle of Man cruise visits

    The Isle of Man received its highest number of cruise visits ever in 2018 with 24 cruise ships carrying 8,391 passengers welcomed to the Island, along with 6,026 crew.

    The Cruise Isle of Man team, cruise welcomers, and network of local businesses ensured that the Isle of Man’s cruise tourism enjoyed another successful year, enhancing the Island’s reputation as a high quality destination for visiting cruise ships.

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  • 9 Reasons to Join Taste Isle of Man

    9 Reasons to Join Taste Isle of Man

    Taste Isle of Man aims to showcase the array of culinary talent and our vibrant food culture, by acting as the go-to resource for both visitors and residents helping them choose quality eateries. Following its launch in 2009, Taste Isle of Man recognises and celebrates eateries that provide excellent customer service and quality food and drink.

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  • Introducing the Boards of the Department for Enterprise’s new Executive Agencies

    Introducing the Boards of the Department for Enterprise’s new Executive Agencies

    The inaugural board meetings of the new Finance Isle of Man, Digital Isle of Man, Business Isle of Man, and Visit Isle of Man Executive Agencies have now taken place, with 50 private and public sector leaders participating across the four boards. The development of the four Agencies follows the restructuring of the Department into a significantly smaller and more focused organisation.

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