Rachel Perry, part of the management team at the 238-bedroom Radisson Blu Edinburgh was named Revenue Manager of the Year at the annual Hotel CATEYS 2017, held at the Park Plaza in Westminster, London.
Fishers Laundry Group ("Fishers"), the market-leading commercial laundry and textile rental provider in Scotland and the North East of England, announces that K-Bro Linen Inc. ("K-Bro"), the largest provider of laundry and linen services in Canada, has entered into an agreement to acquire the business.
To celebrate twenty years of being the world's largest sustainable accreditation programme, Green Tourism is making it easier than ever to give your business a significant point of difference in the marketplace.
Excellence in the visitor attractions sector in Scotland has been recognised in the 2017 ASVA (Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions) awards, presented at ASVA's 'Great Expectations' conference at The Westerwood Hotel & Golf Resort in Cumbernauld on 9th November.
The Minister for International Development and Europe, Dr Alasdair Allan, has announced an award of £390k to be granted to events across Scotland as part of the Scotland's Winter Festival programme 17/18.
Green credentials are now in the business mainstream and it is of primary importance for SMEs as well as large corporations to demonstrate that they are continually becoming more sustainable. Failure to do so cedes the field to the competition.
Digital has changed how our visitors are inspired, plan, book and share their trips and that creates challenges and opportunities for us all in the way we market and sell our products and destinations. We're confident that this new site will help you navigate the ever-changing digital landscape.
The Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions (ASVA), which represents the interests of the visitor attractions sector in Scotland, will be holding its annual two-day Autumn Conference at The Westerwood Hotel & Golf Resort, Cumbernauld from 9th – 10th November 2017.
A new Scottish Business Taskforce of economic and business leaders will come together to discuss ways to help support some of Scotland's most important sectors, including oil and gas, tourism, financial services and food and drink.