29 November 2019
The outcome of the ‘tourist tax’ consultation will be eagerly watched by many in the leisure and hospitality sectors. But this concern also stretches across into the food and drink sector which has embraced the appeal of provenance for Scottish brands and the sector has expanded in the experiential with activities, such as whisky and gin distillery tours.
03 October 2019
The latest announcement to move towards a 25 per cent tariff between the EU and US on scotch whisky is a significant blow for the sector, which has been somewhat caught in the cross fire of retaliation regarding the Airbus WTO ruling.
12 September 2019
In this webinar, Stuart McCallum and James Tetley, two RSM partners whose sector experience has been built over many years by serving the needs of their food and drink clients, talk through the innovation trends currently taking place in the industry and give some examples of how some of these activities can qualify for R&D tax relief.
06 June 2019
Last year, Scotland welcomed a record number of international visitors, domestic tourism ticked upwards and total overnight stays rose by a healthy 3 per cent. But while the latest visitor numbers from Visit Scotland are encouraging, tourist spending is down and new threats are coming into view.
05 June 2019
Mark Nisbett, a partner in RSM's manufacturing group, comments on the release of the Food and Drink Federation's export figures for Q1 2019.
08 February 2019
Mark Nisbett and Stuart McCallum, partners at RSM, comment on the Government’s newly published no deal Brexit advice on food and drink labelling.
01 February 2019
RSM’s manufacturing team in London hosted our first Food and Drink Manufacturers' Forum, attended by owners, CEO’s and senior finance professionals from 30 companies in the sector
31 January 2019
The UK Space Agency today released the latest Size and Health of the UK Space Industry report highlighting the confidence and expectations in the sector.
09 October 2018
There is a craft spirit movement which is exciting for the Scottish drink scene. This movement is epitomized by new innovations and product types challenging traditional perceptions.