Dundee Heritage Trust and DAVAA

DAVAA, in partnership with Dundee Heritage Trust, invited its members on ‘familiarisation’ tours of two of Dundee’s best tourist attractions. Bringing guests from far and wide to visit Dundee, the …[read more]

Tay Cities Deal

The Tay Cities deal was published on the 3rd of February. Bringing together Angus, Dundee, Perth and northern Fife, this ambitious project hopes to create thousands of jobs and bring …[read more]

Business Tourism

  Business tourism generates almost £12 million of direct delegate expenditure in Dundee and Angus, representing 12% of the total visitor expenditure in the area. More than 225,000 delegates visit …[read more]

Rural Broadband Issues

  Louisa Nicoll, of Newton Farm Holidays, relates some of her experiences and tackles the issues faced by rural businesses in the frustrating quest for greater broadband coverage. In this …[read more]

The Importance of Access Statements

An Access Statement is a comprehensive document that details the level of accessibility that your venue’s facilities and services provide, as well as travel guidance and information on the surrounding …[read more]

Guest Scotland Conference

The inaugural Guest Scotland Conference took place at the Edinburgh international Climbing Arena on the 16th and 17th of November. The event focussed on all issues relating to Bed and …[read more]

Cruise Tourism Meeting

Our treasurer, Brett Davidge from the Apex City Quay Hotel and Spa, attended the Cruise Tourism meeting organised by Scottish Enterprise on the 17th of November in Dundee. Presentations on …[read more]

Angus Tourism Meeting

Forbes of Kingennie hosted an Angus Tourism Industry meeting on the 9th of November. The meeting took place as a means of engaging ideas and opinions to gain insight into …[read more]

Is your Business ‘China ready’?

A record-breaking number of Chinese students recently spent the summer learning at the University of Dundee. With an increase in the amount of visitors to Dundee and Angus from emerging …[read more]