Andrew Morrison Christine Esson

Tourism Panel

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Those involved in tourism in Scotland has faced enormous challenges this year and has displayed great resilience and collaboration across the sector. But the question of course on everyone's mind is what next?

During this panel session, we will explore the likely changing face of tourism in 2021 and beyond. Looking in particular at the prospective change in visitor profiles, the increased use of technology and share insight from our panel aimed at delivering implementable strategies to improve the competitiveness of the sector as a whole.

Peter Syme

" I help ordinary people do extraordinary challenges giving them experiences and stories to share for life"

John Harbour

"Combining his passion and great interest in history and travel, particularly that of Scotland and Scottish history, John now runs a successful Tour Guiding company based in Helensburgh."

Pauline Hunter

"30th Chief of Clan Hunter from 1994 to the present day. Madam Pauline Hunter of Hunterston maintains Hunterston Castle for her Clansmen and Clanswomen worldwide. "

Aeneas O'Hara

"For the past 20 years I’ve been the go-to expert for friends, clients and colleagues sharing the best places for them to visit on their travels. Coming from a family of travel entrepreneurs and being passionate about exploring new places, it has long been a dream to make this my business."

Joshua Ryan-Saha

"At the University of Edinburgh he leads on the application of data-driven innovation for the tourism and festival sectors."

Russell Dalgleish

Chairman of Scottish Business Network, Managing Partner Exolta, Serial Entrepreneur and Business Advisor

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