Dunira Strategy is the National Gold Winner for Innovation in the Scottish Green Apple Awards 2015
Dunira's managaging director has written about bridges in The Tourism Society's regular Destination column
Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce publishes article on tourism in India, Rwanda and Scotland
Dunira's tourism marketing strategy Beyond Gorillas was showcased at Rwanda Investment Forum
"Now is the Time": tourism investment opportunities showcased at Somaliland Investment Forum
UHPA has appointed Dunira to deliver a training programme on cycle tourism in Croatia
During MITT in Moscow, Dunira signed an agreement to promote Lipetsk Oblast in Russia
Dunira is advising community groups in Tver Oblast on a new network of Russian ecotourism resorts
Ukraine has invited Dunira’s Benjamin Carey to speak at an international conference on sustainable tourism in Odessa
Dunira publishes survey on the impact of Independence on Scottish tourism.
Comhairle nan Eilean Siar has commissioned Dunira to develop resources to promote Hebridean harbours for sailing and marine tourism.
Benjamin Carey spoke about destination tourism clusters at an international ecotourism conference in Komi and assessing the feasibility of community-led ecotourism in Tverskaya Oblast.
Building on its previous work in Mugdock, the most popular Country Park in Scotland, Dunira has been appointed by East Renfrewshire to deliver a feasibility study for Scotland's newest Dams to Darnely Country Park.
Scottish Natural Heritage has commissioned Dunira to devise a ‘Green Destination Index’ to measure the sustainability of Scottish tourism against the rest of Europe.
Dunira has been appointed by Falkirk Delivers to help market Falkirk and Bo’ness: 2,000 years of heritage and IrnBru.
Dunira has been awarded framework agreements by the Forestry Commission and Fife to conduct tourism and economic development studies in Scotland.
The World Bank’s Ethiopian Sustainable Tourism Development Project has selected Dunira to produce a new tourism strategy for Ethiopia.
Dunira has been awarded a Comic Relief grant in conjunction with Horn Heritage to explore opportunities to develop cultural and heritage tourism in Somaliland, as a driver of social and economic development.
Dunira has delivered a feasibility study for Morayvia to develop an aerospace centre and to diversify Moray's visitor economy.
Co-operative tourism on the Edge of India has been featured by Corinne Doff in Spotlight on Sustainable Tourism
UNWTO appointed Benjamin Carey as Marketing Expert to produce a new tourism strategy for Uganda
Dunira has delivered a new national marketing strategy for Rwanda to promote tourism diversification 'Beyond Gorillas'
Scottish Enterprise has appointed Benjamin Carey to the Advisory Board of Co-operative Development Scotland
Edge of India co-operative tourism was showcased at ICA Expo in Manchester and at WTM in London.
Already a board director of The Tourism Society, Benjamin Carey has been re-elected as a trustree of Tourism Society Scotland.
Ceòlas has launched Dunira’s feasibility study for £12m Gaelic Centre on South Uist – BBC.
Benjamin Carey chaired a Tourism Society conference on The Green Economy for UN World Environment Day
Georgina Jamieson presented a paper on successful models of CSR in the African mining industry at ESSEC Business School in Paris
Dunira was commissioned by UNESCO to help build capacity for Green Jobs in Montenegro.
Corinne Doff has been accredited by Sustainable Travel International as an Assessor and Consultant for the
Sustainable Tourism Eco-certification Program™ (STEP)
Partnerships between Dunira and leading NGOs in destinations emerging from conflict is showcased by NIDOS
Benjamin Carey chaired a tourism technology session for UNESCO during the world heritage conference I Know Where I’m Going
Following Dunira's ‘Travel and Tourism’ chapter in the The New Iraq: 2011 Discovering Business, UKTI has commissioned Dunira to update the chapter for the 2012 edition (produced by
Dunira’s work in destinations emerging from conflict is featured in The Scotsman and Tourism.
In India, Dunira is working with Queen Margaret University and Yes Bank, building on its earlier work with ICA, to establish a network of co-operative DMOs.
The Tourism Board of Iraq explores new markets with Dunira during World Travel Market (The Times).
Yemen Tourism Promotion Board has re-appointed Dunira as Yemen's PR representative in the UK and Ireland.(Yemen Times).
Contributions by Dunira have been published in the latest edition of The Ethical Travel Guide from Tourism Concern.
Appointed by National Geographic Traveler as an ecotourism expert, Dunira’s MD was part of the international panel that selected the Faroe Islands as the “least spoilt island destination in the world”. He was subsequently invited to advise Faroese tourism managers on development opportunities and was the keynote speaker at the FlyFaroe conference in 2007.