Alan Park, SWA director of legal affairs, looks at what Brexit might mean for the Scotch Whisky geographical indication (GI).
SWA Chief Executive Karen Betts has joined the First Minister Nicola Sturgeon and other women in leadership positions in Scotland in pledging to spend time mentoring young women to help break the glass ceiling.
SWA Chief Executive Karen Betts responds to the Prime Minister's Brexit speech
The contribution of the Scotch Whisky industry to tourism highlighted at the Scottish Parliament
Scotland’s national drink has secured enhanced legal protection in New Zealand after the Scotch Whisky Association’s application to register “Scotch Whisky” as a Geographical Indication (GI) was successful.
Our CEO Karen Betts blogs on a busy month, from Scotch in the States to Whisky in Wuhan and home again.
Scotch Whisky exports increased 8.9% in value and 1.6% in volume in 2017.
The Scotch Whisky Association has successfully renewed the industry's IP protection in China.
The SWA is to phase out the use of plastic straws and stirrers as part of the industry’s continuing commitment to environmental sustainability.
Fifteen local initiatives fighting alcohol misuse in Scotland have been awarded support from the Scotch Whisky Action Fund.