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New Series - Focus on Wellness

30 October - 4 December 2019

A new series gets underway on 30 October, this time with a focus on wellness:

30 October: What is Wellness?

Wellness is becoming less of a luxury and more of a necessity. Gain an overview of the topic and what opportunities this could provide your business.

6 November: Recharge. Restore. Renew

Spas and retreats have developed rapidly in recent years, learn how the market has developed and how you could get involved.

13 November: Outdoors and Nature

Long recognised as contributing to a healthy body and mind - how could your business utilise the great outdoors.

20 November: Sustainability

Focus on the wellness of the planet, why it's important and how your business can become more eco-friendly. 

27 November: Accessible Tourism

Accessibility is a fast growing area involving both physical and mental wellness. Understand how simple changes can open your business up to new, high spending markets. 

4 December: Events and Festivals

More fitness 'challenge' events are making their way to Scotland, it is also commonplace to find wellness themes throughout our festivals! Is this an area you could get involved with? 

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This series follows the theme of 'wellness tourism' and explores how you can capitalise on this growing trend:

  • All webinars are 45 minutes long, from 10-10.45 am every Wednesday
  • Gain expert advice and get instant responses for any questions you have
  • Learn what others have successfully done to maximise the wellness opportunity
  • A variety of topics for discussion, all of which can help your business grow
  • Join the Tune Into Tourism community and learn together with other business owners

 

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Get into Gear with Bike Tourism

Scotland is recognised as a world-class destination for Mountain Biking, and mountain bikers spend 66% more per night than those who cycle on a road or path during their holiday.

But with an estimated value of leisure cycle tourism at around £345million, and for mountain bike tourism approx £143 million, the combined impact on the Scottish economy cannot be ignored.

We’ll discover the specific needs of these visitors, and the steps you can take to make them feel even more welcome, and keep them coming back to your business.

 

 

Simple, Effective SEO for Tourism

Search Engine Optimisation describes the range of tactics you can employ to influence the visibility of your website in the ‘organic listings’ of a search engine’s results page. Utilising SEO effectively can provide your business with the best opportunity to rank highly in search engine results, and therefore a higher percentage of qualified click throughs or leads to your website.

 

Ride the Wave of Cruise Tourism

 

 

With an estimated worth of nearly £100 million a year to the Scottish economy, the growth of cruise tourism is an opportunity we can’t afford to overlook.

Find out more about what the specific needs are for these important guests to out shores, and where the opportunities are for YOUR business.

 

An Appetite for Food and Drink Tourism

Scotland is renowned for its Food and Drink offering, with thousands of tourists visiting every year to sample everything from artisan gins to our freshly-caught seafood.

Along with our expert guests, we focus on how your business can make the most of this valuable resource and create a true foodie experience for your visitors.

Covering everything from the sourcing of your food and drink offering, how you tell the story, engaging your staff, as well as collaborating with other businesses, we’ll look at how you can unlock the potential to double the £1 billion visitors to Scotland already spend on food and drink.

 

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