Discover the achievements of the NPA projects
Seven years of cooperation between people, communities, and organisations across thousands of kilometres made a difference in the Northern Periphery and Arctic regions.
Browse the NPA map of results to discover our stories of cooperation. Pick a dot from the map and scroll down to read about people who have met similar minded colleagues and together found solutions for their shared challenges.
Use the +/- buttons in the top left corner of the map to zoom in/out or click on the regions to display the NPA project stories.
The SAINT project developed new marketing models that enabled SMEs to more effectively market their services. Due to the increasing popularity of social media, SMEs were trained in how to use digital marketing to promote their services. Through collaboration and visiting each other, businesses were able to develop new products and increased their competitiveness. In total, 53 collaborative products were developed and are available on the SAINT´s webpage. Project also prepared a guide for SMEs to show them how to create and narrate their slow adventure tourism products. List of slow tourism activities in Scotland is available here.
Jane Stuart SmithThe Whitehouse Restaurant Lochaline
The opportunity to work with UHI on developing slow adventures in the Lochaber has been a hugely helpful process. The Whitehouse Restaurant has gained new ways of marketing through the clustering and collaboration of local businesses. The local DMO (the West Highland Peninsulas Tourist Information) has really embraced slow adventure in this area. None of this would have happened without SAINT and the support of the team based at West Highland College, UHI.