Destination Guide: Scotland

Scotland: Natural incentives

There is a growing trend for CSR based incentives and Scotland is one destination that is boosting its range of responsible and natural incentives.

Scotland has a wealth of CSR responsible incentives it can offer delegates, enabling them to take in the the culture, charm and attractions of the destination as well as give something back to the community.

According to VisitScotland, incentives encourage people to visit and whether that be for CSR incentives for marine coast diving, visiting a Scotch whisky distillery or purchasing from a local textile producers such as Fraser Balgowan, responsible incentives leave guests with a feeling of satisfaction and giving back to the country’s natural heritage.    

Natural business incentives are becoming an important business tool for Scotland, to help promote the quality and natural diversity of the destination,  As VisitScotland outlines, incentivising natural destinations and responsible industries entice delegates to experience a unique taste and charm of Scotland, attract organisers and businesses to extend their stay and return with friends or family. They also invest money back into the country, providing an economic source for local businesses. 

Visit C&IT's Scotland Destination Guide here

 

 

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