Insights from 360 Scotland

Here you can find a selection of inspiring sample programmes, extraordinary previous events, exciting news and updates about what Scotland as a MICE (Meetings, Incentives, Conferences and Exhibitions) and tourism destination has to offer and unique insight into our bespoke services.

Sample Incentive Itinerary: “Back to Basics” in Scotland

A 3-day-itinerary for corporate or leisure groups. Scotland is the ideal destination for anyone who wants to slow down, enjoy the stunning landscape and escape the hustle [...]

Incentive Activities: Falconry & Gundogs

Falcons and Gundogs are both gorgeous creatures albeit two very different ones. And both play an important role in Scotland's history of hunting. Falconry is the [...]

Travel Tip: Africa in Scotland – a unique route

You might ask yourself - What does Africa have to do with Scotland? Well...not much, it is the complete opposite to be honest. But we decided [...]

Worldwide Incentive Travel: A trip to sunny Croatia

Not only do we create unique and bespoke corporate trips and luxury leisure trips to Scotland. We also have experience of, and are able to take [...]

Gift Boxes For Your Staff – As part of your Employer Branding

Your employees are your biggest asset! "Employer branding" is the process of managing and influencing your reputation as an employer among job seekers, employees and key [...]

Education: E-Introduction to Scotland as MICE Destination

"No matter how much experience you have, there's always something new you can learn and room for improvement." Roy T. Bennett Get to know Scotland as [...]

Worldwide Incentive Travel: Viva Las Vegas – A once in a lifetime experience

"What happens in Vegas, stays in Vegas!" - Especially after the "Hangover" trilogy everyone has heard of fabulous Las Vegas and its reputation for gambling, luxury [...]

Hotel Update: Luxury Cameron House to re-open it’s doors

Exciting news for our corporate clients and luxury experience lovers! Cameron House, the magnificent 5 star resort nestled on the bonnie banks of Loch Lomond which [...]