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Visit Aberdeenshire seeking new directors to help with tourism recovery

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The tourism body Visit Aberdeenshire is recruiting new members for its board of directors as part of efforts to help the region’s economic recovery in a post-coronavirus world.

Led by chairwoman Claire Bruce, the board gives counsel to the Visit Aberdeenshire leadership.

Mrs Bruce said: “Our board of directors is made up of highly experienced individuals who are inherently passionate about the region and what it has to offer for leisure and business purposes.

“We’re adding to our board at a time when tourism needs more support than ever.

“The stark impact Covid-19 continues to have on the local visitor economy presents a significant challenge for businesses across the sector.

“Recovery will require inspirational leadership and the board of directors will play a key part in helping is rejuvenate the sector.”

Visit Aberdeenshire was established to encourage visitors from all around the UK and the rest of the world to travel to the north-east and enjoy all it has to offer.

It is funded by Aberdeen City Council, Aberdeenshire Council, Scottish Enterprise and the Opportunity North East group.

Mrs Bruce added: “Candidates will be champions for the north-east and will nurture positive and effective working relationships with all key stakeholders of Visit Aberdeenshire, both internal and external, locally and nationally.”

For more information or to find out more about the recruitment process and how to apply, go to Visit Aberdeenshire’s website, www.visitabdn.com/vacancies.

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