Mr Lee's Noodles
Tackling the Thames


Selling sushi to Japan
Jo Dow
Mark Stanton
Hannah Drakard
Quiz Clothing

Around the World in 80 Trades: Quiz

Founded 24 years ago in Glasgow, Quiz clothing stores can now be found in over 20 countries worldwide. We caught up with them to find out how they did it...

Peter Westerman

Peter Westerman of Westerman's International

A global Britain beckons

At 80 years old, entrepreneur Peter Westerman has been full-circle in terms of Britain’s involvement with the EU. He tells BQ why it’s now more important than ever for British businesses to seize overseas opportunities.

Chris Powell of Fabdec Ltd

Chris Powell of Fabdec Ltd

Around the world in 80 trades: Fabdec Ltd

Fabdec managing director Chris Powell tells us what inspired the business to start exporting and what challenges they've had to overcome since.

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

The Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo

A spirited success

A year on from the launch of the Spirit of Scotland campaign, Helen Campbell, VisitScotland’s head of global brand and marketing communications, looks back on the successes so far for the organisation’s first global marketing drive.

Stuart Cassells

Stuart Cassells

Visitors are toasting Scotland’s success

Scotland’s distilleries and breweries export their drinks around the world, but many also value the importance of welcoming guests into their visitor centres so they can learn more about their favourite tipples.


Take your partners please

Riddell Graham, director of partnerships at VisitScotland, explains why working together with companies and organisations holds the key to helping the nation’s tourism industry to grow

Callanish Stones

The Callanish Stones

Making a noise for trad music

Celebrating Scotland’s heritage is about so much more than battlefields and archaeological digs, with VisitScotland launching a marketing campaign to promote our nation’s vibrant traditional music scene.

Denise Hill

Denise Hill, VisitScotland’s head of market strategy and development.

Ready for take off

Bringing new air links to Scotland and securing existing routes not only produces benefits for visitors but also for the wider economy explains Denise Hill, VisitScotland’s head of market strategy and development.