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There are a number of ways that you can keep yourself up-to-date with advice and support to help your business.

Our expert teams are ready to help you with whichever business query you might have. In addition, you can reach out to our wider organisation via email, phone, and on social media.

If you need to send us a letter or parcel, or have an appointment at one of our offices, you can find that information on this page too.

1. Our teams

Industry Relationship Managers build, develop, and manage relationships with Scottish tourism businesses. They act as your representative and point of contact within the organisation.

Find an Industry Relationship Manager for your business.

Our regional team consists of Regional Directors, Destination Development Directors, and Development Managers.

They want to make the most of tourism opportunities, and develop and strengthen partnerships within their region. They work in collaboration with local authorities, destination organisations, and other key stakeholders.

Find out more about our regional team.

Our iCentre staff are ready to help you with information on the local area. Of course, they also engage with businesses to keep them up-to-date on what your local area has to offer.

Our friendly and welcoming VisitScotland iCentre staff 

Our events team are dedicated to growing and supporting Scotland's events industry and are experts in their field.

Contact our events team.

2. Our offices

We also have 25 iCentres, which welcome visitors looking for information on the local area as well as products and services.

Browse our iCentre network on visitscotland.com.

3. Ways of contacting us

Our website provides a one-stop-shop for everyone involved in tourism. Our site hosts up-to-the-minute industry-leading research, advice, support, and more.

You can keep up to date on all things tourism related by following us on social media.

Our closed Facebook groups bring together tourism businesses from across specific regions. You can join them to connect, inspire, and make the most of relevant opportunities both for your business and your area.

Our Tourism Insider enewsletter provides the latest industry news and updates.

If you're not already receiving updates from us, but would like to, then sign up now. It will only take a couple of minutes and we’ll ensure you get the latest industry news, our marketing activity, research, and more.

You can also join us at an event or attend other interesting industry events - either online or face-to-face. Stay up-to-date with industry events in your area or national events relevant to your business.

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