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Article published 25/03/2019

As part of the first ever Tay Cities Tourism Conference, tourism businesses from Dundee, Angus, Fife and Perthshire got the chance to hear about the new Tay Cities Regional Tourism Strategy, which sets out a growth plan across all regions for the next five years.

We had an exciting line up of speakers who explored the potential around the three themes emerging from the strategy - design, food and adventure tourism.

The ambition for growth across these themes were interpreted through a series of PR images and used alongside the hashtag #GrowTaygether to create some noise online – which resulted in us trending on twitter in the UK.

Businesses across Tay Country are being encouraged to continue using #GrowTaygether to share updates, successes and developments that will benefit tourism across the region.

You can access the presentations below:

The Tay Cities Regional Tourism Strategy

Published: March 2019

Food Tourism: Perspectives from Ireland

Published: March 2019

Limitless Discoveries: Wild About Argyll

Published: March 2019

Outdoor Explore

Published: March 2019

Louise Kirby Design

Published: March 2019

Sup2Summit

Published: March 2019

Urban Foresight

Published: March 2019

Beyond 2020 - STA

Published: March 2019

Your Feedback

Tay Cities Regional Tourism Strategy 2019 – 2024  - Your views on the next steps

If you didn’t get a chance to submit your ideas on the strategy on the day or have thought of something since that you would like to contribute then let us know. You can email tourism@taycountry.com.  

Here is the question we asked - What do you think are the key areas and activities we should focus on at a regional level in order for this region to achieve its full potential over the next five years?