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Embracing Technology Post-Pandemic

The shock of the lockdown in March 2020 forced us all to seek ways in which we could support each other to navigate the perils of the pandemic. Businesses and individuals urgently embraced technology as a means of connection and communication with peers and colleagues. As with so many businesses and organisations, Hospitalfield was forced

Join Our Team – Recruiting Now!

We are delighted to be recruiting for two individuals to join the ATC as Development Worker and Membership Coordinator. The positions will be offered on a self-employed basis, with more information available on each position below. The ATC have been successful in securing funding from the Sector and Destination Operational and Market Readiness Fund. The two

Tourism in Angus

In response to the recent articles in The Times and The Courier, Alison Elliott and Scott Byrne, Chair and Vice-Chair of Angus Tourism Cooperative said, “Angus perfectly meets the demands of the modern tourism market in Scotland, offering diverse natural environments, rich cultural heritage, authentic community driven tourism and a sustainable approach to the industry.

A brief history of the ATC – Part 2

The Angus Tourism Cooperative is a company limited by guarantee. The organisation was established by four founding members; Ann-Marie Black, Blacks of Brechin; Alison Elliott, Murton Trust; Stuart Clark, Balmuirfield House B&B (and Secretary of the Dundee & Angus Visitor Accommodation Association (DAVAA)) and Tommy Baxter, Glamis Castle, who are all Directors. After setting up the

A brief history of the ATC – Part 1

On the 9th of November 2016, Forbes of Kingennie Country Resort provided the setting for an Angus Tourism Industry meeting. Angus Council  organised the event as a means of engaging ideas and opinions from business owner and workers that would gain insight into how Angus should approach the needs of local businesses and moreover how