The University of Edinburgh, in collaboration with Santander Universities UK, offer match funding and recruitment support for 8 week full time summer internships in small and medium sized enterprises. The deadline for applications is 11 March 2020 and for more information on eligibilty, timelines and the support available please download the document below.
If you are a tourism business in Edinburgh and want to know what’s happening out there or who is doing what in the city or beyond, in the tourism space, you are in the right place.
ETAG colleagues collect information from a number of sources and presents them to you to increase your awareness on news that affect the tourism in Edinburgh and the sector as a whole. We also like you to tell us any news, or share information of successes or barriers that you have encountered that can help others
The EU Citzens’ Rights Project is running 2 free information and support sessions to help EU/EEA citzens living in Scotland with their EU Settlement Scheme applications – the first on 25 February at The Crannie and the second on 3 March at the Kimpton Charlotte Square – follow the links for booking information. More information […]
Chinese New Year 2020 in Edinburgh will be bigger than ever, as Chinese New Year and Burns Night – the annual celebration of Scotland’s national poet – both take place on 25 January 2020. The Edinburgh Tourism Action Group (ETAG) and the organisers of the annual Burns & Beyond Festival have launched a joint programme, […]
Did you know that Scotland has a fantastic range of support aimed at helping businesses improve their digital skills, develop their capabilities and fund project ideas? Your tourism businesses could be missing out on access to finance, advice or resources – much of it free, or low-cost. Skills Edinburgh Napier University – Understanding Data in the […]
Donald Emslie appointed as chair of ETAG We are delighted to announce the appointment of Donald Emslie to the role of Chair. Donald will lead the work of ETAG, bringing together and supporting the work of key stakeholders, business associations and businesses to create and support a strong, thriving tourism community in Edinburgh. He brings […]
Issued on behalf of the Scottish Tourism Alliance The draft of Scotland’s future national tourism strategy has unlike Tourism Scotland 2020 (TS2020) been developed through an equal partnership approach with a range of stakeholders from industry, Scottish Government and our public agencies. It is reflective of the changing world we live in, our new mindset […]
The Edinburgh Tourism Strategy Implementation Group (SIG) initiated the development process for the Edinburgh Tourism 2030 Strategy in 2018. ETAG is working on behalf of the SIG to facilitate the strategy development process, which has been developed through 3 phases, with the final strategy due for publication in early 2020. The latest information on the development […]