Welcome to SWA News. This is where you will find all our news as well as relevant industry information.

We examine how by the way you communicate it impacts both on yourself as well as those that you are communicating with.

The workshop will look at the importance of good listening, speaking and writing skills as well as their use within emails/media. Use this course to help develop sound interpersonal communications with your peers and your managers.

Congratulations again to all the winners of Scottish Wholesale Achievers 2020 and sincere thanks also to our sponsors.

WHOLESALERS from across Scotland have been rewarded for their innovation, excellence and professionalism at the prestigious Scottish Wholesale Achievers awards. 
 

SWA is excited to announce the launch of its new online Training Academy website: www.swatraining.co.uk.
 

The Scottish Wholesale Association is collaborating with other leading business groups and sectoral trade associations in a bid to save the Uniform Business Rate (UBR).

Developing a skilled workforce and working with members to invest in the future sustainability of the wholesale industry is top of the agenda for the Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) in its 80th anniversary year.

Scottish Wholesale Association, in conjunction with Positive Performance, has designed this four-course programme to develop an individual’s core capabilities within the wholesale sector – helping to create a sustainable and highly-skilled wholesale workforce. The programme is d ...

Our latest Employment Law Update, prepared by 121 HR Solutions, covers employment issues, employee engagement, workshop information and more.

The Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) accepts the result of the UK General Election and calls for Brexit process to be conducted in a way that allows businesses to operate with minimum disruption.

The vital role that the wholesale channel plays within the food and drink distribution network has finally been recognised within the latest Deposit & Return Scheme Report with recommendations that the scheme is "cost neutral" for wholesalers and that wholesalers should be part of the scheme administrator.