Young people with a taste for Scotland’s food and drink and a passion for promoting Scottish food and drink to the world are being invited to enter a competition for the chance to address delegates at a major conference designed to bring food tourists to Scotland.
The Taste for Tourism conference in Oban this November aims to catapult Scotland to the top of the wish list for tourists who see high quality food and drink as the main reason to travel.
The event will bring together food producers, caterers and travel firms to create more mouth-watering attractions and brand Scotland as a food destination.
There they will be given the opportunity to join a panel of experts who will lead the discussion on how to best promote Scotland as a food tourism destination in front of an audience of food producers, tourism businesses, tour operators, agencies and media.
The winner will be given the chance to join industry experts James Withers, CEO, Scotland Food & Drink and Marc Crothall, CEO, Scottish Tourism Alliance, to put forward their opinions and expertise on how to shape the future of Scotland’s food and drink and tourism sectors.
Under 30s with a passion for Scotland’s food, drink, landscape and heritage are invited to enter the competition by emailing email@example.com explaining a little bit about themselves, including their name, date of birth and where they are based, and what they would like to present to delegates, in no more than 250 words.
Fiona Richmond, project manager, Scotland Food & Drink, said: “The Taste for Tourism conference will explore ways of capitalising on Scotland’s strong food heritage and excellent produce to promote food destination tourism”.
The event will bring together food producers, tourism businesses, tour operators, agencies and the media to learn about each other and discuss ways of further developing food tourism in Scotland. It takes place in Oban, Argyll, on the 3rd, 4th and 5th of November, 2015.
- Taste for Tourism contact: Julie McSkimming firstname.lastname@example.org
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