Press Releases

Visitors hoping to be kept in the dark

Mar 15, 2015 00:01 GMT VisitScotland From a Fish and Chips ‘Eclipse Platter’ to a cruise with the stars, Scotland’s tourism industry prepares for first solar eclipse in 16 years

French budding chefs exploring West Scottish lands

Mar 13, 2015 14:05 GMT VisitScotland In 2015, the French Budding Chefs are going west!

Mar 12, 2015 17:04 GMT Active8rlives Aseptika today releases the third generation of its Activ8rlives Health and Food Diary tracking App to support its Activ8rlives health and wellbeing solution. The user interface is brighter, cleaner and easier to navigate. Detailed help, instruction wizards and embedded instructions are available within the App on every screen.

Scotland’s food and drink tops global list

Mar 12, 2015 16:38 GMT VisitScotland Country’s larder hailed by leading US magazine

Mar 12, 2015 10:30 GMT BT Enterprise Immune System technology to be integrated in BT's security offerings BT today announced that it is integrating technology from Darktrace, one of the world's fastest growing cyber threat defence companies, to deliver next-generation cyber threat detection and intelligence services to the global market.


Mar 12, 2015 10:00 GMT Virgin Trains East Coast • Alison Watson named as new operator’s Customer Experience Director • News follows appointment of Danny Gonzalez as Marketing & Sales Director • Over £140 million to be invested in the new franchise, delivering more seats, more services, new trains and a more personalised customer service

Updates from attractions and events around Scotland

Mar 11, 2015 12:18 GMT VisitScotland

Dornoch of a new era

Mar 11, 2015 10:44 GMT VisitScotland A brand new marketing campaign designed to “put Dornoch on the map” has been launched following a £40,000 cash boost from VisitScotland.

Exporting Scotland to the world!

Mar 11, 2015 10:08 GMT VisitScotland Six weeks to go until Scotland’s biggest travel trade event

Tasting success

Mar 11, 2015 01:01 GMT VisitScotland Promoting region’s food and drink could help local tourism