Housing the future with the SFHA annual conference
Capital Document Solutions is delighted to be exhibiting at the SFHA annual conference at the invitation of the Scottish Federation of Housing Association.
This year’s conference is at the DoubleTree by Hilton, Glasgow on the 1st and 2nd of June.
Delegates, exhibitors and speakers from central government and also housing sectors throughout Scotland are expected to attend this SFHA conference.
Capital will be exhibiting as a guest of the SFHA. They will be part of the Interactive Hub in the ballroom foyer, a new feature for the conference aiming to offer an opportunity for presenters to show off their work and to get insightful feedback, and for delegates to see and try out some of the latest technological developments. It will also be where the SFHA Registration Desk & Information Desks is.
Alister Watt and Fraser Robertson, procurement contract managers, will be there to informed attendees on the very latest technology. Furthermore, Will Glass of ArtSystems will also be on hand to give the latest news and demonstrations on Makerbot 3D printers, as well as guidance on how CDS can assist businesses and organisations to make substantial cost savings, improve document processes, increase security and minimise their impact on the environment.
Housing the future
“The SFHA annual conference is the place to join fellow innovators to spark ideas and push boundaries to ensure the sector has a future that shines like a beacon of light”.
The conference will explore their chance to lead on a renewed ambition which is especially relevant for the next generation.
This year’s speakers includes Neil McLean of the Social Enterprise Academy. The Academy has continued to grow throughout the world. Consequently they now have locations with partners in Australia, South Africa and Malawi.
Najimee Parveen, who is the director of positive action training in housing of PATH. PATH mentors and also coaches trainees to access employment in the Housing Sector.
The SFHA is the national representative body for Scotland’s housing associations and co-operatives. Established in 1975. The SFHA exists to support the work of housing associations and co-operatives by providing services, advice and policy guidance.