Moray’s tourism board has unveiled plans to secure its future and keep visitors coming to the region.
Moray Speyside Tourism was set up in 2014, and has already been hailed a success with visitors numbers up 16.7% and tourism generating £129.8million for the local economy in 2017.
But its initial funding deal with Moray Council will end in December, and the group is now looking at ways to remain sustainable.
The group now wants to set up a tourism business improvement district (TBid) and has unveiled some of its initial plans for the scheme which would be similar to the one run in Inverness.
Laurie Piper, operations manager at MST, is hoping that they can gather support from tourism businesses to prove this is best way forward to create a sustainable future for the sector.
He said: “I want to keep it really simple and build a plan which will secure the future of tourism in Moray for the foreseeable future.
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