On Thursday the visitors will spend the day at the RJA&HS headquarters in Trinity, where members of the local tourism industry will ‘visit’ them, by prior appointment, to discuss their requirements and provide information about what they offer.
‘The workshop is similar to speed-dating, but with a commercial edge,’ said tourism and marketing director David de Carteret.
‘It is a simple way of bringing tour operators to Jersey to do business with members of the Island’s tourism industry.
In addition to the UK, the operators are coming from France, Germany, Ireland, Benelux, Scandinavia, Austria and Switzerland.
Some 74 local companies will be taking part.