image description

Tuesday, December 2nd 2014

Build your Business through Food and Drink

09:30 - 16:30

Over 70% of potential visitors to Scotland want to taste TRADITIONAL dishes, REGIONAL specialities and FRESH, local produce and 25% of visitor spend in Scotland is on Food and Drink. 2015 will be the Year of Food and Drink in Scotland.

This will highlight the country as a unique, memorable and interesting Food and Drink destination.

ALL TOURISM COMPANIES in the Loch Lomond and Trossachs area have an opportunity to build and grow their business through developing products, services, collaborations and enhancing visitor experience around Food and Drink.

This full day workshop is delivered by innovation and collaboration specialists, with extensive experience working with both the Food & Drink and Tourism sectors and will introduce tools and techniques to develop and deliver food and drink based offerings. Capitalising on opportunities to build and grow your business.

When: Tuesday 2nd December at Cameron House Loch Lomond, from 9.30am - 4.30pm.

Cost: £25 per person.

How to book/register: Sign up now via Eventbrite

What to expect:


Understand the Loch Lomond and the Trossachs National Park opportunity around Food and Drink  and how you can capitalise on this opportunity

Learn about the value that Food and Drink can add to the tourism sector and to your business

Learn what your customers are looking for and understand their profile

Learn Innovation Tools and Techniques to develop and deliver new ideas

Be inspired by Case Studies

Identify collaboration opportunities

Develop your own Food and Drink proposal and action plan

Who are the workshops for?


- Tourism businesses looking to boost their business through Food and Drink

- Individuals within tourism businesses responsible for creating new visitor products and experiences

Please note: this workshop is suitable for tourism businesses which do not yet have a food and drink offering or non – tourism businesses who are looking to develop business and collaboration in the tourism sector.

Develop and grow your business around food and drink and enhance your visitors' experience.