Our round up of the latest news and information affecting livelihoods and businesses on Skye.Read More
April 29, 2021
Keeping You Informed – 29th April 2021
Our round up of the latest news and information affecting livelihoods and businesses on Skye.
ProtectSkye – Visitor Check in App
The Protect Skye Online App is the best way to manage your businesses track and trace requirements, efficiently and completely securely. The system provides your business with a QR poster to place at the front of your venue for guests to scan as they come in.
Debt Management: A Path to Peace of Mind
Grateful if we could share this on our facebook page with the following quote: Debt Management: A Path to Peace of Mind
“I don’t think we should think of debt as a negative thing. Most of us use debt in our personal lives to buy a house or the buy a car, so it improves our lives. It’s a positive thing: it enables us to buy a home or own a car and in the same way, the correct use of debt will help a business grow faster, can help a business’ profitability… Debt isn’t all bad” (Donald Forsyth, Partner, Saffray Champnes)
This webinar will help remove the stigma of debt and give businesses the confidence to see.
Watch here- Debt Management: A Path to Peace of Mind
COVID-19 Best Practice Guidance for Day Boat Tourism Operators
‘Wild Scotland has produced guidelines to support and signpost operators and businesses in the Wildlife, Adventure and Activity Tourism Sector in Scotland, to websites and other information pools to provide them with generic guidelines and advice relating to COVID-19 to ensure they operate safely and securely for the benefit of themselves, their staff, their visitors and the wider public. The guidance includes information relating to each activity and a link to the appropriate NGB for clear guidance.’
Read More – here
Inverness Castle Planning Application approved
‘The Highland Council today granted approval for a planning application that will see the transformation of Inverness Castle to become a tourism gateway for the Highlands. This application covered the works necessary to restore the Category A Listed building and convert it for use as a new visitor attraction.’
Read full details here – https://bit.ly/3gV4tTA
ASSC take on Scottish Political Party Manifesto
‘In advance of the Scottish Parliament Election, parties have unveiled their manifestos. Below you can find the most relevant commitments for our sector.’
Read ASSC full analysis here – https://www.assc.co.uk/bitesize-scottish-election-party-manifestos/
Be Part of Our Community.
SkyeConnect firmly believes that the restoration and development of sustainable tourism on Skye must happen in tandem with the development of the island’s infrastructure, wider economy and affordable housing stock.Read More