Are you attending IMEX in Frankfurt this May? Then you should pop by the TCC Network stand to meet Bill and find out why Scotland is an awesome place for corporate incentives. And if that’s not enough of an incentive for you, here’s 6 reasons why you should book an appointment:

One. Hello Scotland have been crafting emotive and unique incentives and events in Scotland for the past 20 years. We know the ‘product’ inside-out, and what works (and doesn’t!) for groups, especially those from our core markets of the Germanic, Benelux and Scandinavian regions. Plus, we like to have fun!

Hello Scotland team
 The Hello team in 90's fancy dress for our 20th Birthday Party in The Caves, Edinburgh

The Hello team in 90's fancy dress for our 20th Birthday Party in The Caves, Edinburgh

Two. We might know the industry really well but that doesn’t mean we can rest on our laurels. No, we’re always searching for new ideas that incentive travellers won’t have seen or done before. Just recently Bill explored the idea of a kilted horseback transfer...the feedback, it was a bit too scratchy!

Bill on a horse

Three. For those that have travelled to Scotland before, Bill will be able to give you an update on new hotels, venues and activities. For example, recent hotel refurbishments, cool new venues and new activity elements such as the Bistro Bus, pictured below.

Bistro Bus

Four. Bill will also have a selection of amazing video footage and sample programs to really help you get a feel for what can be achieved in Scotland, whether you’re looking for a 2/3/4/5 night program at a 4-5* level.

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Five. Due to current political and economic factors, Scotland is currently a very affordable destination for European clients. So if you’re looking to maximise your budget for the best incentive program it should certainly be on your list - but beware, popular incentive travel weekends will book up quickly! We can advise on which dates are best avoided. 

 Thanks to  Martie Swart . Image licensed from  Creative Commons

Thanks to Martie Swart. Image licensed from Creative Commons

Six. He’s like the BFG (Big Friendly Giant) in a kilt. True story. You’ll see for yourself! 

Bill in the Forest


Hosted-buyers can book a meeting via the IMEX online appointment tool. See you there!