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Food in the City – get involved!

Posted on 23 July 2014

We had a fantastic turn out  and response for the ETAG Food in the City Business Briefing at Le Monde on the morning of the 22nd July. We heard from Andy Neal about the This is Edinburgh campaign and the exciting new festivities that will be part of Food in the City! For more information about Food […]

Article: Get Set for Christmas & Hogmanay!

Posted on 16 July 2014

There was a great turnout for the ETAG Christmas and Hogmanay Business Briefing held at The Dome on 16 July.  Around 70 people came along to hear from Charlie Wood of Underbelly and Al Thomson of Unique Events about: – the impact of last years’ events; – visitor research; – how the plans are shaping […]

Article: Robin Worsnop – Welcome to the ETAG Website

Posted on 29 May 2014 by ETAG

I’m delighted to be writing this inaugural Blog for the new ETAG website. As a virtual organisation, the website is very much the “home” of ETAG and the cornerstone of our ambition to create and support a strong, thriving tourism community in Edinburgh.

Article: Wise words from Billy Connolly….

Posted on 29 May 2014

OK, we know it’s June and you’re gearing up for what looks like another bumper summer season, but what about the long, dark, and often much quieter, winter months?  They’ll be here in no time….. While we don’t have all the answers, we do have the newly updated ETAG – A City for All Seasons – […]

Article: New Food & Drink Opportunities Guide Launched

Posted on 28 May 2014

In the past, visitors to Edinburgh have come to enjoy the amazing history, heritage, architecture and festivals.  And while having a wee whisky was often on the wish list of things to do, the food and drink offer was more often than not seen as something to put up with rather than enjoy. But in […]

Article: Making it easier for visitors to find their way

Posted on 22 May 2014

Google has “added data for “every bus, train, tram and ferry across the U.K.” – allowing Maps users to evaluate different public transport options from right within the maps interface,” making it easier than ever for visitors to plan their travel. Read more