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The Collaborative Economy and Scottish Tourism Report, commissioned by Scottish Enterprise, the Scottish Tourism Alliance and the Scottish Government, is released this morning at the annual ETAG (Edinburgh Tourism Action Group) conference at the McEwan Hall, Edinburgh. Peter Jordan, of international research and insight agency Toposophy will share findings with senior representatives from Edinburgh’s tourism industry as they meet to explore the key issues and opportunities arising from Edinburgh’s ongoing success as a visitor destination.
200 SVS, Glasgow’s deluxe conference and events venue, has announced its expansion plans for 2017, bringing a brand new wedding & events venue with restaurant and spa to Loch Lomond.
Attracting one million more visitors and positioning Glasgow as the ‘gateway to Scotland’ is at the heart of ambitious plans to grow the city’s tourism economy.
Scottish businesses are set to deliver 366 export projects with a combined international sales value of £1.7 billion over the next three to five years, supported by Scottish Development International (SDI).
Scotland is introducing a selection of its world-leading luxury products and services at a special showcase in Shanghai today, Friday 14 October.
First Scottish Golf Tourism Week to tee off this month
Scotland’s top tourist destination outside of Glasgow and Edinburgh, Loch Lomond Shores, is on the brink of securing a £30 million investment in a new family oriented leisure resort: ‘The Iconic Leisure Resort Loch Lomond’.
The inaugural Scottish Golf Tourism Week taking place in St Andrews in 2016 will be a game-changer for golf tourism businesses in Scotland, according to the country’s national tourism organisation.
MSCI report shows capital value growth of 9.1% Y-O-Y in Scottish hospitality sector
Businesses from across Scotland’s tourism industry are being urged to take up their spot at an upcoming conference which will explore and discuss the power of digital technology and its integration in order to capitalise on commercial opportunities.