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Jeanette Ramsden, CEO Of The Curve Group Joins Tourism For All As An Ambassador

Jeanette Ramsden, CEO of The Curve Group joins Tourism for All as an Ambassador

Jeanette Ramsden, CEO of The Curve Group joins Tourism for All as an Ambassador

Jeanette Ramsden, CEO of The Curve Group has become an Ambassador for Tourism for All, a national charity which was founded in 1981. Tourism for All is the leading voice of accessible tourism and travel in the UK. For almost four decades, they have been providing practical advice and support to travellers and businesses alike – helping disabled tourists, travellers and healthcare professionals to find accessible accommodation and activities whilst also supporting business owners to improve the accessibility and inclusiveness of their services and offerings. They also provide resources to policy makers as part of the wider equality agenda – utilising their marketing intelligence and platform to inform national practices.

Commenting on her new role as Ambassador, Jeanette Ramsden, CEO of The Curve Group says:

I am delighted to have been asked to join Tourism for All – the work they do to improve inclusivity for disabled travellers is fantastic and I’m looking forward to working with the other Ambassadors and the Board to further this excellent initiative, drawing upon my own experience of transforming working lives and championing diversity and inclusion within my own business and also within the wider Corporate and SME market.

At The Curve Group, Jeanette has been able to implement standards of excellence that go beyond the norm within the HR and Recruitment industry.  As a values-led business, all of The Curve Group’s services have been designed with diversity and inclusion at the core and the company is recognised as thought leaders and innovators in this space. As an Ambassador for Tourism for All, Jeanette will be championing the importance of inclusivity, equality and accessibility for all in tourism.

Raymond Veal, Director, Tourism for All says:

We are really excited to welcome Jeanette as an Ambassador for Tourism for All. Her drive and energy – and her business acumen – will be invaluable in helping us to achieve our aim of making accessible travel better. Beyond that, Jeanette’s championing of inclusivity and equality through her own business,  highlights for us the importance and value of a sometimes overlooked part of what we do: helping our disabled staff and volunteers to develop the professional and technical skills that will enable them to realise their potential and to build successful and rewarding careers.

About The Curve Group


LinkedIn:       the-curve-group

Twitter:         @thecurvegroup

Facebook:     TheCurveGroupUK


The Curve Group is the UK’s largest privately-owned Recruitment and HR consultancy and outsourcing provider. Established in 2004, we deliver configurable solutions that span the entire employee lifecycle.  We are passionate about relationships and doing the right thing to create a brand that sets industry standards. As a values-led organisation, our mission statement, or Quest as we would say, is to Create Extraordinary People Solutions That Transform Working Lives.

We work with many diverse and long-standing clients who count on us to support the strategic and operational aspects of their Recruitment and HR management including: Aldermore Bank, HSBC, Diebold Nixdorf, Tata Consultancy Services, Ricoh, Gatehouse Bank, RBS, State Bank of India, IESA, Hastings Direct, Co-op Bank, Visit Britain and Barclays Bank.

For more information on this Press Release, please contact Sam Pusey, T: 07908 330473

About Tourism for All


LinkedIn:       tourism-for-all

Twitter:         @tourismforalluk

Facebook:     TFAUK

#accessibletourism #tourismforalluk

Tourism for All, or TFA for short is a vibrant independent national charity. They are the voice of accessible tourism and travel in the UK and believe that it is the right of disabled people to participate in all areas of community life. Their mission is to be the centre of expertise on accessible tourism and travel in the UK, working for a world-class tourism experience for everyone.

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