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STA responds to UK government's white paper on immigration
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​Scotland's tourism industry body responds to publication of UK government's white paper on immigration
STA responds to UK government's white paper on immigration
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​Scotland's tourism industry body responds to publication of UK government's white paper on immigration
STA responds to Scottish Government draft budget
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The Scottish Tourism Alliance (STA) welcomes Finance Secretary , Derek Mackay's Draft Budget as outlined in Parliament this afternoon.
Tourism At The Top
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Latest figures from 2017 show overall a rise of 24,500 jobs in the tourism industry over the past 5 years, increasing from 181,500 to 206,000. The City of Edinburgh has the highest rate of tourism employment, followed by Glasgow City, Highland and Aberdeen…
Global success for Legends
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Scotland's first-ever business events campaign has brought in almost £10 million worth of inquiries in its first year alone, VisitScotland can reveal.
21 Scots business leaders call for Derek Mackay to scrap proposed rates levy
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Twenty-one of Scotland's leading business organisations have signed a joint letter to Finance Secretary Derek Mackay urging him to scrap the proposed new business rates levy on out of town premises.
STA responds to Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce Tourism Tax Survey
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The Scottish Tourism Alliance and UK Hospitality are in agreement that the tourism tax issue is a significant one
Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee - Call for views - South of Scotland Enterprise Bill
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The Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee would like to hear your views on the South of Scotland Enterprise Bill.
SEC submits planning application to create global facility for world class events
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SEC submits planning application to create global facility for world class events
Industry employers, job centres and industry bodies join forces for Hospitality Works
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Returning for 2019, the annual Hospitality Works campaign will once again promote the hospitality sector as a great place to work, as part of a three-week initiative up and down the country, launching on Valentine's Day (14th February) 2019.