Dunira Strategy


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Member type
Organisation

Contact's name
Benjamin Carey

Email
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Website
www.dunira.com

Areas of partnership
Tourism

Town
Edinburgh

Scottish local authority
Edinburgh City Council

Duniras mission is to deliver sustainable business solutions in tourism that meet the needs of communities across,the globe. Through our network of specialist researchers, associates and experts, we have proven capacity and,experience in working with local stakeholders to design and deliver viable tourism strategies, management,structures and effective market development plans.,Based in Scotland and founded in 2002, Dunira Strategy is a world-leading award-winning consulting firm with a,focus on the sustainable development and environmental management of tourism. With special interests in,protected areas, eco-tourism, natural heritage and tourism development, we have a world-class reputation and,extensive expertise in feasibility studies, options appraisals, institutional assessment and capacity building,(including SMEs), operational frameworks and functionality, strategy, market development, green tourism, tourism,clusters, training and destination marketing and management.,Internationally, we work with a wide range of stakeholders in the public and private sectors as well as civil society,,including ministries of tourism, culture and environment, tourist boards and trade associations, cultural and,environmental organisations, academic institutions, community groups, private clients and investors, as well as,international agencies and NGOs.,We are interested in Malawi because we are aware of the exceptional potential it has to emerge as a competitive,tourism destination. Whilst we have not yet been commissioned to undertake any projects we have been involved,in formulating various proposals as part of consortiums and have developed a strong network in-country.,Furthermore, we have undertaken a study and provided pro-bono advice to government agencies and ministries,in connection with sustainable development of the tourism sector through linkages with the mining sector.

Location in Scotland