LAW firm CMS is to hold a free to attend seminar for Scotland’s travel and tourism sector as it struggles to navigate its way through the global pandemic.
The firm’s Rebound and Remodel event, which takes place on Tuesday 27 October 2020, at 16:00, will focus on how Scotland’s tourism sector can bounce back from the impact of social distancing measures and global travel restrictions brought on by Covid-19. It will also address other long term, pressing concerns about over-tourism and sustainability.
The virtual event will include guest speakers Vicki Miller, Director of Marketing & Digital at visitscotland, Travels With A Kilt blogger Neil Robertson, and Gregor Famira, a hotels and leisure sector specialist from CMS Croatia.
Further details and registration for this free to attend event is available here
Roland Smyth, Head of the Tourism in Scotland group at CMS, said: “Our event, aimed at senior managers within Scotland’s tourism sector, will focus on overcoming the impact of the pandemic and meeting the long-term challenges in achieving sustainable and successful growth.
“Scottish tourism supports over 200,000 jobs and is worth over £4 billion to our annual economy so we’re pleased to be sharing the combined experience of our speakers and getting insights from nations like Croatia which have been successfully managing the economic expansion of their tourism sector.”