When: 4th August 2020
Time: 11:00 to 12:15
The webinar will last 1 hour and 10 minutes. Each speaker will have a 10 minute-slot, and there will be a Q&A of 20 minutes at the end. The webinar will be recorded and participants will be provided with follow-up information.
Destinations around the world have, in recent years, been developing food tourism strategies and plans to attract visitors from near and far. Food tourism has become mainstream in the visitor economy, with people travelling for unique, memorable food and drink experiences and willing to spend more money to do so. Scotland launched its first national food tourism action plan in 2018, a partnership between Scotland Food & Drink and The Scottish Tourism Alliance.
This webinar will explore how food tourism can contribute to Scotland’s tourism recovery, post Covid-19, and what this means for businesses while being mindful of how to balance the needs of the local economy with those of local communities.
Further information here