The incentive and MICE event offer in Scotland is constantly growing, with the addition of new hotels, restaurants, venues and activities, giving incentive buyers an ever-increasing choice of experiences.
We’ve picked out a few that we’re excited about as we think they can each offer something truly unique to our incentive clients.
At Hello Scotland we LOVE food. Good food that is. And you might be surprised to learn that Scotland has an amazing selection of local produce and talented chefs who create scrumptious plates of delicious goodness! If you have an incentive group who are ‘foodies’, Scotland is one destination that will surprise and delight them from start to finish.
If you’re think about a winter corporate incentive trip then we’ve got it covered…quite literally!
Scotland has a rich and vibrant ‘royal’ culture that gives incentive groups with a notion of high society the opportunity to get a little bit closer to royal life. St Andrews is great place to base a royal themed incentive from – after all, it’s where Kate and Wills met! Here are a few ideas on how we could create a ‘Royal Incentive’ for your next corporate incentive travel group.
Fans of Harry Potter will love incentives that have a magical theme, either across the whole trip or for a special part of their incentive experience. And Scotland is probably the best location in the world to do it.
With so much information available online, sometimes you must wonder...'do I actually need a DMC for my incentive group? Here are 5 reasons why the answer will always be yes ;)
Right in the heart of Scotland, Perthshire offers some of the most breathtaking scenery in the UK, and some of the best incentive experiences you can imagine...
Mindfulness is not a new concept as it takes it origins from Buddhism, but we’ve certainly seen its use grow in clinical psychology and popular media. But can it really have a place in the corporate world and in corporate incentive trips?
It used to be really hard to get hotel availability in Aberdeen. And when you did, rates were high and restaurants booked out. But a change in industry in Scotland’s granite city has made it much more competitive and accessible for groups. Good news for incentive planners as this gem on Scotland’s North East coast is one to give serious consideration for your next incentive group. Here’s just some of what it has to offer…
2017 is Scotland’s Year of History, Heritage & Archaeology, but what does that actually mean for incentive groups who are travelling to, or considering Scotland for a sales incentive trip?
Well, we’ve asked some of the team for their thoughts on their favourite historic / heritage experience for incentive groups.