Development Strategies


EPG Victoria has prepared a number of development strategies and plans over the past three decades.  These strategies are intended to provide solutions to development problems and advice to the proponents.  Although the procedures vary depending on project-specific objectives, typical tactics are as follows:
  • Identify issues 
  • Assess strengths and weaknesses 
  • Document area products and attributes
  • Determine current markets and market outlook
  • Assess activities of competitive jurisdictions/businesses
  • Identify development opportunities
  • Prepare implementation action plans
  • Develop performance measures

The following projects were conducted in British Columbia, Canada.

  • Central and Northern Coast Tourism Economic Gain Analysis
  • Central Okanagan Tourism Opportunities Study
  • North Vancouver Island Tourism Development Strategy
  • Quesnel Area Tourism Development Opportunities Analysis
  • Cassiar Area Tourism Development Opportunities Analysis
  • Prince George Region Tourism Opportunities Analysis
  • Squamish Tourism Strategy
  • Revelstoke Tourism Strategy
  • Yukon Tourism Facilities Strategy
  • Cariboo-Chilcotin-Coast Trails Regional Concept Plan
  • Gold Bridge/Bralorne Economic Development Strategy
  • Kootenay Region Tourism Opportunities Study
  • Central Okanagan Tourism Study
  • Fort McPherson (NWT) Tourism Opportunities Study
  • Vancouver Island/Coast Tourism Opportunities Strategy
  • Gulf Island Crown Land Opportunity Study
  • Comox Valley Tourism Strategy
  • Tourism Potential of the Stein Valley
  • Elk Valley Tourism Destination Area Study
  • Kootenay Lake South Arm Tourism Development Opportunities