Industry Links

Midlothian Tourism Forum

Midlothian Tourism Forum focuses on promoting and developing the local area as a tourist and business destination. MTF is made up of over 40 members including businesses, local tourism providers, hotels and restaurants throughout the region.

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Scottish Borders Tourism Partnership

The Scottish Borders Tourism Partnership was established in 2005 and is the Umberalla or “Trade” Associaton for all Tourism Businesses in the Scottish Borders.  It is made up of mainly private sector companies working with Visit Scotland, Scottish Borders Council, The Forestry Commission and Business Gateway.

The committee is made up of a Management Committee plus Sector Reps which represent each area of tourism, such as Self Catering, Bed and Breakfast, Hotels, Visitor Attractions, Creative sector , Food and Drink, Ancestry and Geneology, Events and Festivals, Business Groups, Skills and Training, and Retail.

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VisitScotland

VisitScotland is the national tourism organisation for Scotland. Their  main aim is to contribute significantly to the advancement of Scottish tourism by giving it a real presence in the global marketplace and benefiting the whole of Scotland.

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Scottish Tourism Alliance

The Scottish Tourism Alliance (STA) is the overarching industry leadership group for tourism and the leading voice for the tourism sector in Scotland.

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EventScotland

EventScotland – working to make Scotland the perfect stage for events. Through funding and developing an exciting portfolio of sporting and cultural events. EventScotland is helping to raise Scotland’s international profile and boost the economy by attracting more visitors.  To find out more about EventScotland’s history.

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