With over 9000 decision makers from hotels, restaurants, visitor attractions, tour operators, transport operators, banks, local authorities and key public agencies attending the range of events taking place in Glasgow over the 3 days, last year’s Scottish Tourism Week was the biggest to date!
About Scottish Tourism Week
In March 2015, 6 industry heavyweights joined forces to make the 2015 Scottish Tourism Week (STW2015) the biggest and brightest celebration of Scottish food, drink, tourism and hospitality.
Highlights of this year’s STW2015 include the 30th Scottish Culinary Championships at ScotHot, world class conference speakers and the Scottish Tourism industry’s answer to the Oscars – The Scottish Thistle Awards.
Tuesday 3 March Scotland Food and Drink AGM
Wednesday 4 March The Scottish Licensed Trade Association Conference & Lunch
Wednesday 4th & Thursday 5th March Scottish Tourism Industry Conference – STV TV
Wednesday 4th & Thursday 5th March ScotHot
Wednesday 4th & Thursday 5th March Scottish Culinary Championships
Thursday 5th March The Scottish Thistle Awards
Below are some key highlights from last year’s events:
Signature Conference: STA TV
Wedensday 4-5 th March | Crowne Plaza, Glasgow
To kick start Scottish Tourism Week, the Scottish Tourism Alliance (STA) again held their Signature Conference on 4th & 5th March and this year’s theme was ‘STA TV‘. The media-themed programme featured; industry panel sessions, first class speakers, chiefs and chairs and a bodypump workout.
Highlight footage from STA TV will be available on demand soon- STA YouTube Channel
|–Feedback Survey||– STA TV Presentations|
|–STA TV & Dinner Photo Gallery||– Parliamentary Reception Photo Gallery|
|– Tourism Scotland 2020- Tourism in Numbers||–The Scottish Thistle Awards Winners|
|– STA announcement of supporting the STV Appeal|
Marine Tourism Strategy Launch: ‘Awaken the Giant’
Thursday 5 th March | Crowne Plaza, Glasgow
An ambitious new strategy to ‘awaken the giant’ of Scotland’s marine tourism sector and bring even more visitors to the nation’s coastlines and canals was unveiled during Scottish Tourism Week. Lean more here