We work in partnership with our clients, identifying opportunities, driving innovation, navigating the marketplace, guiding through uncertainty and enabling adaptation and agility when required. That’s how we achieve sustained, profitable growth for commercial enterprises, and a wider reach and successful outcomes for public and not-for-profit organisations.
BTS, 56 Degree Insight, Lochaber Chamber of Commerce and 56 White Stag Tourism have been commissioned by Sail Scotland and Wild Scotland to develop an Outdoors Tourism Strategy for Scotland. The Project aim is to set in motion the full realisation of the potential of the Scotland’s Outdoor Tourism sector and to identify the way forward and precise actions to support the sectors funding, marketing and development plans.
A unique programme of tailored business development support for entrepreneurial and ambitious Adventure Tourism Businesses located within Highland Council region. An industry endorsed suite of specialist workshops combined with one to one support and advice, to help improve and grow participating businesses.
Wigtown Festival Company is spearheading the drive to make the region a centre for literary tourism. The Spot-lit project supports businesses and organisations in Dumfries & Galloway to realise innovative ideas that make the most of its abundant links to famous writers and poets, as well as the vibrant contemporary literary scene. We are delivering workshops, learning journeys, One 2 One sessions and support in developing new literary tourism experiences.
Consumer tourism campaign showcasing the rich culture, heritage and arts found in Argyll with artists and craft makers inspired by its scenery, coasts, rivers, islands, lochs and mountains.
England’s National Parks
Developed toolkits providing information and ideas on how to create and promote memorable tourism experiences and engaging with the travel trade
Edinburgh Tourism Action Group
We have undertaken several projects on behalf of ETAG, including design and writing Business Opportunity Guides, Business Events legacy study and on-shore welcome and visitor experience for cruise passengers.
Developing a destination management plan for the Mountain’s of Mourne building on the area’s tourism assets, providing reasons to visit, growing demand and providing sustainable wealth and employment benefits.
Argyll and Bute Council commissioned BTS to develop a marketing strategy for Oban and The Isles Airports to raise the profile of the airport and increase the number of visits to the destination.
Wigtown Festival Company
Spot-lit Literary Tourism Product Innovation Programme supporting local businesses develop new literary tourism products.
Edinburgh City of Literature
We have undertaken several projects on behalf of CoL developing useful resources for Edinburgh Tourism Businesses to tap into the city’s literary goldmine.
Moat Brae National Centre for Children’s Literature
Commercial and marketing review of the new Visitor Attraction in Dumfries.
Royal Burgess Golfing Society
A new fully branded website developed together with a complete review of the food and beverage offering.
Archerfield Walled Garden
Appointed to undertake the development appraisal of the Walled Garden site, together with the marketing strategy and to support business plan preparation
Strangford Lough and Lecale Partnership
Preparing a business plan to develop the local market for locally caught seafood and local quality agricultural produce within the South East Area Fisheries Local Action Group (SEAFLAG) Area, which includes the fishing ports at Portavogie, Ardglass and Kilkeel.
A market assessment to identify the potential market for Borders Railway Tourism Train Experiences.
Mid Ulster Council
Facilitation of workshops and supported local tourism businesses cluster develop and strengthen the Heaney proposition for Mid Ulster.
Fermanagh & Omagh District Council
We have undertaken several projects for FODC including a destination development plan, a Festival & Events Strategy and a review of the Marble Arch Geopark’s contribution to tourism in Fermanagh and Cavan.