New UK trade deals could provide Brexit boost to Scotch exports.
In a major legal breakthrough, Scotch Whisky has been registered as a certification trade mark in Taiwan, giving consumers and the industry better protection against fakes.
A commitment to environmental sustainability lies at the heart of the industry, which today unveils even more ambitious green targets.
The first six months of 2016 were marked by improving Scotch Whisky export performance, according to new analysis published today by the Scotch Whisky Association (SWA).
A blog from our Legal Affairs team on a recent visit to meet SWA contacts and members in South Africa.
SWA chief executive today met with the Secretary of State for International Trade, Rt Hon Dr Liam Fox MP, to discuss opportunities to grow Scotch Whisky exports.
Scotland’s whisky distilleries hosted more visits than ever before in 2015, proving once again that they are a ‘must see’ for domestic and international tourists.
Working together lies at the heart of Scotch Whisky. Collaboration in our industry has helped make it the global success story it is today.
Since UK voters decided to leave the EU, the SWA has been busy consulting members on what that means for one of the country’s most significant industries and exporters.
SWA Chief Executive David Frost blogs on Brexit, looking at the challenges and opportunities ahead for Scotch.