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Ferry tasty – CalMac's onboard cafeterias add new items to their menus for 2017

​It's enough to get the taste buds a-tingling, as CalMac introduces the likes of cullen skink pie, smoked salmon bagels and. Continue reading

Women Returners Programme Funding Announcement and Call for Applications

Evidence suggests that many women struggle to return to work due to factors such as a lack of access to flexible working to support. Continue reading

Scottish self-catering worth £723.3 million per annum!

The Association of Scotland's Self-Caterers is delighted to publish a major study, which measures the Economic Impact of the Self-Catering. Continue reading

Golf tourism driving Scotland's economy

The economic value of golf tourism and events to Scotland has increased to £286 million per year following a bumper decade in Scotland,. Continue reading

Routing for tourism

New airlines provide multi-million boost for Scottish economy. Continue reading

Your Guide to the forthcoming General Election

The Grayling guide to the forthcoming General Election which offers a useful overview of what will happen over the next few weeks. Continue reading

Funding: Scotland's Winter Festivals 2017/2018 fund is now open

Scotland's Winter Festivals is a unique and distinctive programme of events designed to celebrate Scotland's three national. Continue reading

Skye set for starring role in new King Arthur tourism drive

Some of Scotland's most spectacular landscapes are to take centre stage in a new tourism campaign to capitalise on a blockbuster. Continue reading

A fresh approach to innovation for travel and tourism businesses in Scotland

Royal Bank of Scotland have teamed up with Wee Big Innovation, SE, HIE, MediCity, STA and others to deliver a 3-day workshop on real. Continue reading

Plan sets out five year vision for widening benefits of National Park

The public are being invited to have their say on a five year plan to widen the social, environmental, cultural and economic benefits. Continue reading

Opportunities to sponsor The Tourism Society's Tourism Symposium

Sponsorship opportunities are available to support the Tourism Society's Tourism Symposium which will take place in Edinburgh. Continue reading


​Edinburgh Airport has today thanked thousands of people who have responded to the second stage of public consultation on airspace. Continue reading

​Investing in Scotland's tourism sector - Marriott International plans seven new Scottish hotels

FM welcomes announcement that Marriott International plans to open seven new hotels in Scotland. Continue reading

Culture Minister launches new fund to promote Scottish arts, heritage and business collaboration

A pioneering new fund that promotes collaboration between Scottish businesses and arts and heritage organisations to deliver new arts. Continue reading

East Lothian's DigiCon A Virtual Success!

More than 7,000 people benefited from an online tourism business conference co-ordinated by East Lothian Council, with the theme of. Continue reading

Free communications packs from Resource Efficient Scotland

Resource Efficient Scotland are giving away some free communications packs to guest houses and hoteliers to help businesses with their. Continue reading

A Guide to Business Rates Revaluation 2017

The Non-Domestic Rates (Transitional Relief) (Scotland) Regulations 2017 is the Statutory Instrument, which was approved on 16 March. Continue reading

App-ointment with Scotland

Business Events takes event planners on a 'virtual' trip. Continue reading

British Hospitality Association send clear message to government regarding post-Brexit hospitality w

The British Hospitality Association (BHA) has set out a 10-year strategy for a post-Brexit workforce in hospitality. Continue reading

Five Years of National Waiters' Day

National Waiters' Day will take place this 16th May 2017, as the campaign, led by The Springboard Charity and Fred Sirieix, celebrates. Continue reading