Project Neptune aims to transform the vital economic asset of Inverclyde, the marine economy, through equipping local people with the skills to enter marine and tourism jobs, build the digital capability of local tourism businesses, support marine businesses to collaborate to develop circular economies and help local people create new enterprises.
This is a Partnership project between West College Scotland, Inverclyde Chamber of Commerce, Verdancy Group, Travel Tech for Scotland, Inverclyde Trust and the University West of Scotland.
Traveltech for Scotland is working with the Inverclyde Chamber of Commerce and West College Scotland to rapidly equip Inverclyde’s tourism and hospitality sector with the tech that they need.
It is providing up to £2k funding + expert support to help Inverclyde’s tourism and hospitality businesses use new technology.
The fund is a result of Inverclyde being identified as a priority area for financial support from the new UK Community Renewal Fund.