Interface has strong contacts in all of Scotland’s universities, colleges and research institutes, which helps the team support businesses in finding the right academic expertise for them.
The relationships with these contacts keeps us up to date with academic capacity and capability for partnering with businesses, and means that the process of working with academics is as smooth and streamlined as possible.Read More
Interface was delighted to partner with Scotland Food and Drink, Connect Local and the Scottish Tourism Alliance to host a pilot food tourism workshop in Edinburgh on Wednesday 24th April at the CMS Cameron McKenna Nabarro Olswang LLP office in Castle Terrace.Read More
Scottish Tourism Month 2019 focused on future-proofing the industry, offering diverse perspectives on global, regional and local levels. #STM2019 events focused our thoughts on how to tackle the industry’s key challenges, sharing best practice, learning from others and finding ways to challenge our thinking. To recap, here are my 10 #STM2019 take-aways.Read More
Join Interface this spring as we hit the road with some of the wonderful business-academic partnerships, we’ve been lucky enough to work with:Read More
Ongoing developments in immersive technologies, such as virtual reality, augmented reality and artificial intelligence offer new and creative opportunities for the travel and tourism sector, lending themselves well to the experiential nature of visitor attractions and tours.Read More
Scotland’s workers, current and future, are being told to worry less about academic achievement and technical knowledge and focus more on “ metaskills ” such as creativity and critical thinking, if they want to be successful in years to come.Read More