Commonwealth Games partners have invited the country's tourism companies to get involved in the run up to the sporting extravaganza.
Under the banner, '2014: Our Games, Our Welcome,' tourism and hospitality businesses will be able to access and download four different logos as well as online banners to show their support for the Games.
The Games Tourism Toolkit includes advice on wording for marketing materials as well as how businesses can show support through their social media channels.
As well as regularly updated Games information, the toolkit also highlights key dates and milestones that may be of interest to visitors.
The kit has been developed by Glasgow 2014, VisitScotland and the Glasgow City Marketing Bureau (GCMB), the main tourism partners for the event.
Tourism Minister Fergus Ewing MSP said: "The 2014 Commonwealth Games will be the largest sporting and cultural event Scotland has ever hosted and this initiative encourages the tourism industry to play its part in these celebrations."
Mike Cantlay, chairman of VisitScotland, said it was "vitally important" that the tourism industry grasped the opportunity the Commonwealth Games presents.
Meanwhile, David Grevemberg, Glasgow 2014 chief executive, said: "Through the launch of this toolkit, we invite the tourism industry to grasp the opportunity to 'Be The Games'.
"We are committed to making the Games a platform that helps promote Glasgow and Scotland as a world-class visitor destination."
Glasgow bosses hailed the initiative, highlighting the prominence of the city in next year's event.
Gordon Matheson, leader of Glasgow City Council and chairman of GCMB, said: "The thousands of visitors who will descend on Glasgow for the Games present a huge opportunity for businesses in the city and across the country.
"Glasgow is going to be in the global spotlight like never before and our businesses need to be ready to make the most of that opportunity and provide a welcome that people will never forget."
Scott Taylor, chief executive of GCMB, said the toolkit launch provided the assets and information that Glasgow's tourism industry, and the wider business community, needed to help them understand how they can make the most of the Games.
For more information, visit www.visitscotland.org/games-tourism.aspx