MAKING the most of the tourism opportunities presented by events in 2014 was the focus of a conference run by legal firm Tods Murray.
VisitScotland chair Mike Cantlay, David Broadfoot of Glamis Castle and Lee Derrick of Golf Tourism Scotland all spoke of the benefits events like the Commonwealth Games and Ryder Cup could bring hospitality industry businesses next year.
Katie Corrigan, event chair and head of the hospitality and leisure team at Tods Murray, said: “To see the economic benefits of this, much preparation and hard work is required.
“Our speakers demonstrated in colourful fashion some of the steps that need to be taken to achieve this and we’re pleased to have been able to provide an occasion for them to pass on their advice. ”
Image – David Broadfoot addressed the conference.