VisitScotland leads Scottish businesses to the Far East
Tourism leaders will this week lead a delegation of ten Scottish tourism businesses to Thailand as part of a major international sales mission.
Hoseasons teams up with VisitScotland
Hoseasons has signed a major partnership with VisitScotland to enable its portfolio of more than 2,000 Scottish properties to pass the highest accreditation standards. Scottish Country Cottages, Welcome Cottages and cottages4you are three of The Hoseasons Group’s leading brands which will have their Scottish properties assessed by VisitScotland’s Quality Assurance Scheme.
Google Analytics Premium helps VisitScotland measure success
VisitScotland has become the first UK brand to sign up for the newly launched Google Analytics Premium service, an enhanced version of its highly successful Google Analytics technology. The deal was brokered by I Spy Marketing, one of the first wave of UK-based resellers to be authorised by Google to offer the service.
VisitScotland welcomes the world at expo
The Aberdeen Exhibition and Conference Centre became a showcase for the very best in Scottish tourism last week as hundreds of international buyers descended on the Granite City for VisitScotland expo 2011.
VisitScotland for an artistic bonanza!
If you’re a culture vulture, visit Scotland for an artistic bonanza on an unprecedented scale as the nation celebrates its renowned creativity in the arts, design, fashion and literature.
New campaign takes surprising take on Scotland
Some of the most thrilling surprises that can be experienced throughout Scotland will be premiered in a series of TV advertisements across the UK and Ireland from this week. The commercials spearhead VisitScotland’s new ‘Surprise Yourself’ campaign which challenges preconceptions about Scotland and presents some of the country’s most loved icons in a surprising way.
A festive break that won’t break the bank!
Recent tourism figures show an increase in the number of visitors looking to ‘get away’ to Scotland over the festive break. Last December, nearly a million* over night stays were snapped up and it looks like the trend, to sample Scottish hospitality, is set to continue.
VisitScotland’s Business Tourism Unit makes it even easier
WWith more and more businesses researching and booking their venues online, VisitScotland’s Business Tourism Unit has today (23 February 2010) unveiled a new website, conventionscotland.com to complement the recently launched brochure, MeetScotland.
Scotland plays down US travel boycott fears
Scottish tourism officials have played down suggestions that the release of the Lockerbie bomber could lead to an American travel boycott, despite widespread U.S. condemnation for the move, including open criticism from President Obama.