Please take just a few minutes to complete our short survey (six questions) by 22 November.
We’ll use your responses to help shape a major campaign to promote Glasgow across the North of England in 2022.
As part of our destination marketing activity for the city’s Tourism & Visitor Plan, we are updating and expanding music themed content on the city’s visitor website peoplemakeglasgow.com to appeal to visitors and tourists seeking authentic music experiences in Glasgow.
The new content will promote Glasgow’s UNESCO City of Music status and the recently launched Scotland’s UNESCO Trail as well as the city’s unique music character, products and experiences. It will be supported by a dedicated music themed domestic campaign, targeting Glasgow Life’s consumer audiences in the North of England, launching January 2022.
Music has been identified as a unique proposition for Glasgow and is a key theme of Glasgow’s Tourism and Visitor Plan. Glasgow is home to one of the largest, most vibrant and accessible music scenes in the world. In 2008 we were recognised for our diverse culture, history and musical identity that sets it apart from other cities and awarded the UKs first ever UNESCO City of Music status.
How we'll use your data.
We will use the results of this survey to help shape a major campaign to promote Glasgow across the North of England in 2022. You can choose not to provide any personal data and remain anonymous. If you choose to voluntarily disclose personal data within a survey response it will be used to contact you for more information on your responses if necessary and will be processed on the legal basis of legitimate interests.
Personal data may be collected and used if it is necessary for a legitimate interest we or another third party has as long as its use is fair and does not adversely impact the rights of the individual concerned. We have carefully assessed it is fair, balanced and is within your reasonable expectations (as a business partner, stakeholder, engaging with us) for us to do so. Your rights and our legitimate interests are balanced to ensure that we use your personal information in ways that are not unduly intrusive or unfair to you.
You can see our privacy statement and general privacy notice on our website for further details on how we collect, use, share and store personal information along with information about exercising your rights.
You can also contact Anne Marie Gray, Membership Manager at Glasgow Life if you have any enquiries or wish to exercise any rights.