Travel Markets Insider magazine has written an excellent article on the topic of the impact of the parallel (grey) market in the duty free spirits channel.
The October/ November 2016 issue of Travel Markets Insider magazine will include a feature on Loch Lomond Group and the new Global Travel Retail (GTR) range being launched in early 2017.
This week’s IWSR magazine is raising the question on whether travel retail is providing value to suppliers and what the future might hold.
Carin Luna-Ostaseski is the founder and CEO of Scotch whisky brand start-up SIA. I first came across Carin via her video on the crowdfunding website Kickstarter. Since then I have followed the progress of her brand
I came across the blog from Andrew Roache from Carlsberg by chance whilst browsing the internet recently. It was a response to a challenge set by the company to him. Definitely worth a read!
This week’s The Spirits Business magazine reopens the no age statement (NAS) debate on Scotch whisky within travel retail/ duty free.
Scotch Whisky is an industry worth £4 billion in annual exports, it is supported by centuries of history and is a beautiful blend of both heavy industry and individual craftsmanship with examples of mass production
Ahead of yet another week spent in Cannes, as part of the annual TFWA World Exhibition & Conference duty free show, I have decided to look back on some material available about the industry.
The Loch Lomond Group, an independent distiller and blender of some of the finest and rarest Scotch whiskies, is set to unveil its new Global Travel Retail (GTR) range at the upcoming TFWA World Exhibition
The Trinity Forum, the world’s leading airport commercial revenues conference, is coming up soon in India from 12th to 14th September. I have read this weekend an article within the MoodieDavitt Report linked to this event