To secure our industry’s growth in the future, we need to keep making the case for open markets regularly and robustly.
Companies from across the world of Scotch Whisky, one of the country’s most iconic and successful industries, met today (27 April) in Edinburgh to discuss a range of issues, including the export environment and competitiveness.
A blog detailing the importance of transport to the Scotch Whisky industry; looking at future opportunities and current challenges.
Weaker economic conditions and political volatility in some markets saw the value of Scotch Whisky exports decline in 2014.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has hailed the Coalition Government’s decision to cut excise duty on spirits by 2% in today’s Budget as historic. It said it is a move that is both fair to consumers and a significant boost to a home-grown industry.
Industry calls for fairer tax treatment in next week’s UK Budget
GIs, IP & Scotch Whisky: SWA legal advisor Lindesay Low reports on his recent visit to speak at the UK-China Intellectual Property Salon in Beijing.
SWA Chief Exec reflects on global whiskies following conference visit in New York.
Projects across Scotland working to tackle alcohol related harm are invited to apply for funding from the Scotch Whisky Action Fund.
The Scotch Whisky industry this week met with the Treasury in advance of the UK Budget on 18 March to put its case for a 2% cut in spirits duty.