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Moray's tourism trade to gather

By SPP Reporter

Moray Speyside Tourism operations manager Cameron Taylor.
Moray Speyside Tourism operations manager Cameron Taylor.

JUST a handful of tickets remain available for the Moray Speyside Tourism Summit 2016.

Max Johnson – founder of the Great Canadian Travel Company – is among key speakers and will address delegates on how destinations, communities and businesses can work together with the travel trade.

The chief executive of the Scottish Tourism Alliance, Marc Crothall, is also attending and will talk about the changes, challenges and opportunities that face tourism businesses in Scotland.

Held at Moray College UHI’s Alexander Graham Bell Centre, the summit will feature workshops, talks, trade stands and opportunities to network and is aimed at all those in the tourism industry.

Moray Speyside Tourism will explain how they intend to develop their marketing activity and enlist support from delegates in working together to promote the region as a destination. In addition, attendees will have a choice of two out of three workshops on the subjects of accommodation, cycling and digital awareness.

Moray Speyside Tourism operations manager Cameron Taylor is hoping for a good turnout. He said: "Our annual summit is the perfect opportunity to meet industry colleagues, hear about the latest developments and share information in advance of the main 2016 season."

It takes place on March 24 from 9.30am and tickets, priced £10, can be purchased through EventBrite. You can email esme@morayspeyside.com for further details.

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