TEI helps mission-driven organizations around the world achieve their goals for community change.

We are proud to feature a selection of our client partners:

  • By sector – nonprofit, membership association, and government
  • By focus area – product development, partnership development, training and education, strategic planning, and community development

Please explore – and imagine what TEI can do for you!

AlUla, Saudi Arabia

The Royal Saudi Commission for AlUla started tourism strategic planning in 2017 by choosing to work with Sedona, Arizona and Jennifer Wesselhoff. Since then, AlUla has debuted brilliantly on the world stage and is presently celebrating the second annual international Winter at Tantora Festival. Featuring superb glamping and ballooning, tours of UNESCO world heritage sites and performances in a spectacular desert venue by Lionel Richie, Yanni, and an all-star cast of classical performers, the Festival is emblematic of how TEI can unite a team and get incredible results.

DMA West

Complex organizational development is a TEI forte, which helped Destination Marketing Association West and the Destination Marketing West Education and Research Foundation ramp up the impact of their joint endeavors. TEI workshops and planning sessions steered DMA and the Foundation to a cleaner, streamlined organization with more teamwork, supportive internal relationships, better communication and happier people. The results are expanded revenues and programs, enhanced industry expertise and a spike in new endeavors.

Dominican Republic

The Dominican Republic is the most visited Caribbean destination, but is challenged in transitioning from over reliance on beaches and sun. Sponsored by IDB and UNESCO, TEI’s Jennifer Wesselhoff aided the historic Santo Domingo district of Colonial City, a World Heritage Site, in transitioning toward destination management principles. Today, Colonial City is pedestrian-friendly with 16th century architecture, colonial buildings turned museums, shops, hotels, restaurants, sidewalk cafés, rail that offers tours as well as a transportation alternative, and much more.

Utah Tourism Industry Association (UTIA)

TEI facilitated a Board of Directors Retreat for the Utah Tourism Industry Association. UTIA was interested in reimagining their mission statement, challenging members to identify their service constituencies, defining their purpose, then articulating what they do and how they accomplish their mission. The resulting brief, purpose-driven statement clarifies and inspires: UTIA is the collective voice of Utah’s tourism industry. We advocate and educate to enhance Utah’s economy and quality of life. At the retreat, we performed a complete review of roles and responsibilities from fundraising to job descriptions, resulting in fresh definitions of priorities, strategies and tactics. Learn more about UTIA at https://utahtourism.org.

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