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STERG Tourism Industry Survey Results

Wednesday 27th January @ 2:00 pm - 4:00 pm

Free

Scotland’s tourism businesses and organisations are invited to join a Scottish Tourism Emergency Response Group (STERG) webinar, taking place on Wednesday 27 January from 2pm – 4pm, to hear the full results of the COVID-19 impact survey conducted at the end of 2020.

During November and December 2020, STERG conducted a business survey to look back on the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on tourism businesses with a focus on financial support and changes to their operations. This STERG research provides vital insights into the challenges facing Scottish tourism and will inform the development of a comprehensive five-year plan for the industry, as recommended by the Scottish Tourism Recovery Taskforce.

After a full analysis of the survey results, Progressive Partnership, the independent research company who administered the research on STERG’s behalf, will deliver a detailed presentation of the research findings. This will provide both an overall Scotland perspective as well as sectoral and regional differences where applicable.

Agenda

2.00pm – Welcome, introduction and STERG update – Riddell Graham, Chair of STERG

2.15pm – Survey results presentation from Progressive Partnership

3.15pm – Q&A

3.40pm – Closing remarks

3.50pm – Webinar ends

Details

Date:
Wednesday 27th January
Time:
2:00 pm - 4:00 pm
Cost:
Free
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