Founder and admin of Dundee Culture Andrew Batchelor will be a speaker at the Rotary District 1010 Conference in Dundee.

The conference which will take place at the Gardyne Theatre on Saturday 20 October will see Andrew Batchelor speak about Dundee Culture, it’s history, it’s present and what the future holds and will also see the official launch of the Dundee Culture Business Club.

A Dundee Culture stand will be set up at the conference which will give a great opportunity to promote the newly-establised Business Club and the opportunity to learn more about Dundee Culture as a whole.

Dundee is one city with many discoveries - the city has been ever known by the three J's - jute, jam and journalism. Now in the 21st century, Dundee is changing! A city going through exciting times as the V&A has finally opened to the public!


Once the home to the likes of the jute mill industry and Keiller's marmalade, Dundee has invented itself for the future. From having an ever growing video games industry to becoming a leader in life sciences research and also have an international breakthrough in cultural redevelopment, Dundee is a very unique city that has a positive impact on the rest of Scotland.


It is a city renowned for it's education - having two incredible universities that are among the best in not just Scotland, nor the United Kingdom - but even the world with the University of Dundee being named in the top 200 universities in the world!


Enjoy entertainment and the arts at some award winning venues and locations scattered across the city - from the Caird Hall, the Dundee Rep and Whitehall Theatre to Slessor Gardens which now hosts music concerts for national and international artists.


​Also enjoy the food and drink that is on offer in Dundee, amazing restaurants, cafes and bars which have


Dundee also leads in the media, as a city that has been featured in several national and international news outlets as a city worth visiting. Lonely Planet, the Wall Street Journal, CNN Travel, the New York Times and many more have recognised Dundee as a top place to visit in the world!


So come and discover Dundee and see what all the talk is about! We look forward to welcoming you to the city that we call home!

PROMOTING #YOYP2018 IN DUNDEE

DUNDEE CULTURE AT #ROTARYDUNDEE2018

V&A Over the Tay
Craig Doogan / Bonnie Dundee

SHOWCASING DUNDEE TO THE WORLD

WELCOME TO DUNDEE

2018 may be a very special year for Dundee but 2018 is also a very special year for Scotland as a whole as this year marks the Year of Young People in Scotland - and to celebrate this, Dundee Culture has been promoting the #YOYP2018 in Dundee


Dundee’s Young People is a series of features showcasing and celebrating the talents of Dundee’s young people and people affiliated with Dundee during the Year of Young People in 2018 launched by the Scottish Government. A project designed by Dundee Culture to let audiences know about the impact young people have in Dundee.

Dundee Culture showcases Dundee to the world! With over 7 million visitors on all social media platforms, there is no doubt that Dundee Culture has a huge audience and leads Dundee's voice to the world


Dundee Culture was set up in 2013 to originally support Dundee's UK City of Culture bid and was launched by Andrew Batchelor who was only 12, turning 13 at the time of it's launch.


Although Dundee unfortunately didn't win the UK City of Culture for 2017, Dundee Culture has carried on to promote Dundee's culture to over the 16,000 followers from 45 countries that follow Dundee Culture. 


Dundee Culture has been reconigsed by First Minister of Scotland, Nicola Sturgeon who said that what Dundee Culture was doing was 'outstanding'.


Dundee Culture has also been reconigsed by Young Scot, the Courier and Digital Leaders who have named Andrew Batchelor as one of the top young tech leaders in the world, a teenage prodigy and one of the top young digital leaders in the UK respectively as well as Young Scot Awards naming Andrew as one of three 'Year of Young People 2018 Champions' for his work promoting the Year of Young People in Dundee.


Now in 2018, Dundee Culture is set to launch as a business with the startup, the ​Dundee Culture Business Club which aims to showcase the businesses that make Dundee.