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Below you will see events that are currently in the calendar with more coming soon. Please note our events will be a combination of virtual webinars/workshops and where possible face to face due to the current circumstances.
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Adaptation, Resilience & Recovery: Managing the impact of COVID on Hospitality & Tourism
Wednesday 27th January @ 11:00 am - 12:30 pmFree
This webinar will provide support, information and insights on the impact of Covid on Hospitality & Tourism, and how businesses can maximise their ability to be adaptive and resilient.
The webinar will also explore the financial support available for these businesses to remain sustainable and provide insights from our panellists as to how the sector can plan for recovery as as and when the pandemic measures ease.
There will be plentiful opportunity for attendees to ask questions to our panellists.
Musab Hemsi, Partner, LexLeyton
LexLeyton is a specialist, regulated law firm which delivers people confidence through proactive and smarter HR solutions.
Marc Crothall, CEO of The Scottish Tourism Alliance
Marc Crothall is also is a lead member of the Scottish Tourism Recovery Taskforce which is co-chaired by Cabinet Secretary Fergus Ewing & Business & Skills minister Jamie Hepburn. Marc is also industry representative on the Scottish Tourism Emergency Response Group (STERG) and a member of the U.K. Tourism Industry Council.
Sarah Heward, Founder & Marketing Director, The Real Food Café, Tyndrum.
In 2005 Sarah gave up her job as Managing Director of wine bar company, Corney & Barrow in the City of London, and her seat as Non-Executive Director for the ALMR (Association of Licensed Multiple Retailers) to quit the rat-race and pursue her dream of opening her own business.
Taking up residency in rural Scotland, Sarah opened The Real Food Café transforming a derelict Little Chef into a multiple award-winning roadside diner. Passionate about improving rural and tourism infrastructure, Sarah is also working hard to gain support for expanding the network of Changing Places toilets for people with severe disabilities throughout Highland Scotland.