Join a community of business owners and operators who share your ambition to make your businesses more profitable, successful and innovative as we seek to maximise opportunities in the growing tourism sector in Shetland.

What You Get

For an annual £50 membership fee you will get:

  • A member profile listing on our Shetland Tourism Association Website
  • Invitation to at least two industry events throughout the year
  • Regular training opportunities
  • A monthly newsletter to keep you up to date with opportunities to develop your business
  • Opportunities for member only cross promotion with other tourism sector businesses
  • Representation on the board of the Shetland Tourism Strategy
  • One to one support to help you to take your business ideas forward

Join Us Now

Please complete the below electronic form or download a copy to post to us. You can make payment for your annual membership fee of £50.00 by bank transfer to: Sort code 30-10-01 Account: 00743267. Please use your business name as a payment reference to enable us to recognise your online payment.

We can also accept payment by cheque, payable to 'Shetland Tourism Association', to the STA Development Officer at Shetland Tourism Association, Visit Scotland iCentre, Market Cross, Lerwick, ZE1 0LU

Thank you!

Member Registration Form

Shetland Tourism Association will not give your details to others without your consent and will use your email address to send you relevant information relating to tourism and your membership of the association. You can opt out from this correspondence at any stage by emailing info@shetlandtourismassociation.org. All membership forms are stored securely in line with the Data Protection Act 2018 with the STA Development Officer at: Shetland Tourism Association, Visit Scotland iCentre, Market Cross, Lerwick, ZE1 0LU.

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Join a community of business owners and operators who share your ambition to make your businesses more profitable, successful and innovative as we seek to maximise opportunities in the growing tourism sector in Shetland.