Ayrshire & Arran Tourism work with the following key partners:
Ayrshire & Arran Tourism is funded by the three Ayrshire local authorities who support activities and help drive forward the strategy.
Ayrshire Economic Partnership
The Partnership sets out the strategies and priorities for the region and co-ordinates the creation of industry specific action plans. In 2011, the partnership made a commitment to work together to strengthen and develop the tourism sector which led to the creation of the Ayrshire and Arran Tourism Strategy.
Visit Scotland has strategic input into the marketing and PR campaigns co-ordinated by Visit Scotland for the region.
Ayrshire & Arran Tourism work closely with Visit Arran and have collaborated with them on a number of projects.
Taste Ayrshire / Taste of Arran
Food is an important part of the visitor experience and tourism offering for the region. Taste Ayrshire and Taste of Arran promote local produce and product development.
Isle of Cumbrae Tourism Association
The Tourism Team engages with IOCTA for mutual benefit and to ensure that projects and actions being taken forward on the island can benefit from regional support.
Ayrshire Bed and Breakfast Association (ABBA)
Is a network of B&B and guesthouse establishments within Ayrshire who are keen to work together and encourage people to visit Ayrshire, to stay longer and help boost the local economy.
Ayrshire Chamber of Commerce and Industry
Ayrshire Chamber is a completely independent and not for profit organisation with one straightforward objective. They exist solely to promote and facilitate business between their members and others, therefore representing the best interests of the community by encouraging commercial growth and local prosperity.