Destination Guide: Scotland

Scotland: A taste for incentives

Scotland has some of the best food providers and producers in the world, providing some tempting activities for incentive groups.

Glasgow-based DMC Hello Scotland, for example, has launched a corporate incentive activity aimed at groups of between 50 to 500, called ‘A Taste of Scotland’.

The ‘foodie’ activity combines the best tastes from Scotland’s natural larder with the expertise of local producers and brings them together in a market style setting for incentive participants.   

Participants get to try tasters of everything from fresh oysters to Arbroath Smokies, and meet the people who actually farm and make the delicious produce. As the activity is styled like a farmer’s market, participants can take part at a castle, astately home or even on the side of a mountain.

Other options include cookery demonstrations for between 40 to 50 people at the Edinburgh New Town Cookery School, which has a private dining room catering for up to 36.

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