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NEW RESOURCE to help businesses develop Food Tourism Experiences

Posted on 8 May 2024

New Food Tourism Industry Guide launched by VisitScotland in partnership with Scotland Food & Drink. The guide aims to help business develop quality food tourism experiences to help meet the demand from visitors. The online resource is packed with practical guidance, resources, key insights and inspirational case studies. Access the guide on VisitScotland’s website at: […]

Our city is 900 years old! Get involved in the Edinburgh 900 celebrations!

Posted on 1 May 2024

Edinburgh has selected 2024 to mark the start of the 900th anniversary of our city, and to the story of Edinburgh’s journey through the centuries. To celebrate, there will be a varied programme of events and activities taking place across the city. The full programme of events will launch in July. Businesses who wish to […]

‘Edinburgh By Numbers’ – Report by the City of Edinburgh Council (April 2024)

Posted on 30 April 2024

The 16th Edition of Edinburgh by Numbers, produced by the City of Edinburgh Council, has recently been published. The report provides an annual statistical overview of Edinburgh for 2023, and how we compare against other cities in Scotland and across the UK. This report covers topics such as: – Tourism and festivals– Health & Wellness– Environment– […]

FOREVER EDINBURGH – New Business Opportunities (Summer 2024)

Posted on 30 April 2024

Edinburgh’s ‘Taylored Taste Trail’Forever Edinburgh invite you to participate in the Forever Edinburgh ‘Taylored Taste Trail’, an exclusive culinary adventure designed for ‘Swifties’ who will be in the city from June 6th to 9th. Your business will be promoted on Forever Edinburgh, with a dedicated landing page on edinburgh.org, and a bespoke Tasting Trail map. This […]

New strategic partnership at Edinburgh Airport

Posted on 22 April 2024

In April 2024, Edinburgh Airport has welcomed the investment partnership announced by Global Infrastructure Partners and VINCI Airports. Sir John Elvidge, chairman of Edinburgh Airport, said:“We are pleased to welcome VINCI Airports to Scotland and recognise that this is a significant voteof confidence in Scotland, and the future of its capital city airport.” Gordon Dewar, […]

City of Edinburgh Council Fair Work Consultations For Workers & Employers (April)

Posted on 8 April 2024

Join the City of Edinburgh Council (CEC) at the Edinburgh City Chambers to discuss the Fair Work Charter, and how to create a better workplace for everyone. CEC are running a series of separate events aimed at both employers at workers across the city. Don’t miss this opportunity to provide your input in shaping the […]

The 30th Scottish Thistle Awards – Edinburgh tourism business submit your entries! Deadline: Sun 28 April

Posted on 8 April 2024

Individual business entries to the 30th Scottish Thistle Awards are now open!  The Scottish Thistle Awards recognise and celebrate excellence within Scotland’s tourism and events industry, and the significant value the sector contributes to the visitor economy.   Celebrate your business and showcase why it deserves to be recognised amongst the very best of our industry by submitting an […]

ETAG China Ready Initiative update (March 2024)

Posted on 27 March 2024

After more than seven years working on ETAG’s China Ready Initiative, Alice He, China Social Media Project Manager, has decided to take a career break before moving on to the next chapter. Alice has played an instrumental role in shaping the Initiative, which continues to go from strength to strength. A few highlights from the […]

Visitor Levy for Edinburgh Survey (Winter 23/24) – Findings out now

Posted on 13 March 2024

In December 2023, The City of Edinburgh Council launched a survey, ‘Visitor Levy for Edinburgh: Resident & Visitor Survey’ to capture the views of visitors and residents on Edinburgh’s plans to introduce a Visitor Levy.  The survey generated close to 4,000 responses in total, with broad support for the aims and objectives of the proposed ‘Visitor Levy […]