One of the biggest consultations in recent years on the future of the rural economy in Scotland goes live at 12.30pm today, Tuesday, June 12th - and everyone who has an interest in rural matters, including tourism and its importance to the rural economy, is being urged to get involved and have their say.
Dr Menna Jones and Dr Maria Gebbels from the Marketing, Events and Tourism Department at the University of Greenwich are carrying out research to understand how women regard opportunities to develop onto executive level posts in the industry.
In March, it was announced that there was to be a new £250,000 fund for collaborative food and drink projects in Scotland. We would like to let you know that applications are now OPEN for small grants of up to £5,000.
A film about an octogenarian tackling one of Scotland's most iconic mountains is set to inspire visitors to pull on their hiking boots, says VisitScotland, as new figures reveal 34.6 million day trips in Scotland involved walking outdoors.
Glasgow Airport and Shanghai Airport Authority have signed a partnership agreement that will see the two cities work together to jointly petition China's main airlines to establish a direct air link in the future between the West of Scotland and the Chinese powerhouse city of Shanghai.
Planning for succession is one of the biggest challenges a business owner will face, and despite the fact that giving the topic early consideration can mean better results for the employer, the employees and the business, many delay.
I'm just back in the office after Scottish Tourism Month, jam-packed with industry events. My second favourite presentation was given at the Scottish Tourism Signature Conference. Graeme Codrington gave six tips to help our industry prepare for tomorrow's world today: