Visit Moray Speyside are the Tourism BID company for Moray.

We don’t just promote Moray Speyside as a world-class tourism destination, we also offer a whole range of other services and support to our business members – from specialist marketing advice and digital workshops to customer service training and business networking aimed at strengthening our region’s tourism industry for the future.

You can find out more about training, development and networking opportunities offered on this page.


Scottish Tourism Index – Webinar with 56 Degree Insight

Friday 17th June 2020 – 1-2pm

The Scottish Tourism Index is a new monthly survey of Scots undertaken by Scottish based research and insights company 56 Degree Insight.

Join Visit Moray Speyside and 56 Degree Insight to hear the latest results from the survey undertaken in early June.

You will find out how Scots are feeling about the prospects of taking holidays and breaks as lockdown restrictions are eased, where are they most likely to consider (initially both within Scotland and further afield) and how COVID-19 has impacted on their considerations about where they might stay, what they might do and how they will travel?

The June wave also included new questions regarding the impacts of the new quarantine rules and how visitors feel about their potential impact on local communities and businesses.

This event will be focused as much as possible on the local aspects of the survey and how the survey outcomes can inform Moray Speyside’s tourism business forward plans.

There will be an opportunity for Q&A.

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Reopening Scotland

Tuesday 9th June 2020 – 10-11am

Jointly hosted by Moray Chamber of Commerce and Visit Moray Speyside Virtually on ZOOM

Join us to hear Malcom Roughead, CE of Visit Scotland discuss the impact of the pandemic on the industry and how VisitScotland has been working to ensure businesses are supported on the ground during the crisis. He will also outline the priorities of VisitScotland, and the plans being put in place to support the economic recovery whilst being able to promote Scotland’s tourism offer in the medium to long term.

In this joint event by Moray Chamber of Commerce and Visit Moray Speyside you will have the opportunity to ask Malcolm any questions that you have. Tourism has been on the consistent rise in Moray Speyside and we want to be able to not only get back to the post-pandemic position but improve it further as we know the great experiences, we can offer our visitors.

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