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A new initiative to be launched tomorrow (3 March) will help Scottish tourism businesses understand their customers and look at ways of adapting products and services to meet increasing expectations.
The new berthing facilities at Stranraer Harbour provide Stranraer and the surrounding area with an exciting opportunity to attract new visitors and help stimulate the development of Stranraer and Loch Ryan as a marine leisure destination.
A world-leading futurologist will reveal his vision of tomorrow's tourism trade to industry decision makers in Scotland. Magnus Lindkvist from Pattern Recognition will be presenting at Scottish Enterprise's tourism masterclass, 'Future: Where our industry and your business is going' in Gleneagles on Monday 23 February 2009.
Scottish business tourism was inspired to innovate, try new things and implement changes that will help them thrive through current economic times. Business tourism professionals from across Scotland attended Scottish Enterprise’s Business Tourism conference in Glasgow on 27 November 2008. Leading industry experts provided valuable advice to help develop and realise opportunities in the current marketplace.
Scotland's tourism sector will gather in Glasgow today (27 November 2008) to focus on "Rising to the Challenge" and maximising opportunities in the current economic downturn.
Scottish Enterprise welcomes the Scottish Government's decision to grant outline planning permission for the application by Trump International Golf Links Scotland to develop a golf resort in Balmedie, Aberdeenshire.
This year’s business-focused programme includes expert input from local, national and international speakers who will offer valuable advice to help you develop your potential and realise opportunities in the business tourism marketplace.
The final phase in a feasibility study looking at the commercial development of a mountain bike park at the 7stanes site in Innerleithen has recently been published.
Tourism businesses operating in Scotland's Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park are gathering tomorrow, 18 March 2008, to maximise the area's potential and collectively boost the local economy through developing and exploiting the fast growing outdoor activity tourism market.
More than 200 Scottish tourism businesses are expected to attend a major conference next month which will underline the critical role excellence in customer service will continue to play in the future of Scotland's tourism industry.