Meet the #ScotlandHour Team
Founded by Dougie Baird in 2011, #Scotlandhour started as fun way to tell fellow travellers all about Scotland. It’s now grown to a great way to promote tourism in and around Scotland. Team member Susan McNaughton left in 2015 to pursue other activities and new team members Glen Moyer and Vivian Maeda joined in June 2016. All are and have been very active in supporting and pushing #Scotlandhour. The team below have significant experience and knowledge in tourism. In no particular order:
Founder of #Scotlandhour. Owner of Westend walks of Glasgow. Glasgow`s Tripbod. Travelled the world for over 30 years. Chairman of Glasgow Famous Gallon club (pub crawls around Europe). Find Dougie on Twitter
on the Great Travel Images
Lesley Judge runs Smart Tourism specialising in marketing and online communications for Scottish tourism businesses, including tour operators and destinations. Travel and tourism tweeter (@lesleyjudge
) in English and Spanish. Passionate about Scottish tourism and loves finding tourism success stories for the Smart Talking blog. Continually inspired by #ScotlandHour. http://www.smart-tourism.co.uk/
20 years experience in marketing and tourism. My goal is to make a difference to rural businesses by working with them on their marketing and customer service so that they are the best they can be. Excellent customer service and marketing go hand in hand in making a business successful keeping the customer at all times at the centre of activity. Find Fiona on Twitter
or on the Bright Light Marketing
Having a wonderful time delivering an exciting bundle of tourism projects in Glasgow; Food & Drink Forum Coordinator at Scotland Food & Drink East Forum
. Over 15 years experience delivering tactical and strategic tourism project which really make a difference. Part of the tourism destination development team at Scottish Enterprise
Can be found on-line @AileenLamb or http://about.me/aileenlamb
Experienced Hotel Manager with a keen interest in social media and other tools which can improve the work I SHOULD be doing. Happy to work to promote my area, Lanarkshire, or Scotland as a whole, hence involvement with #ScotlandHour.
Sometime blogger at http://markcalpin.wordpress.com/
or more likely on Twitter @markcalpin
Arrived in Scotland initially just for 6 months, but fell in love with Scotland and has been calling it her second home since 2001. Over 14 years experience in events management and hospitality industry. 7 years experience in accessible and environmentally friendly events. Passion for sustainable and responsible businesses. Currently Food for Thought Programme Manager at BITC Scotland – promoting careers in food and drink and exploring the wealth of Scottish larder, promoting better food education in Scotland.