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Brodies/The Sunday Times Business Breakfasts

Posted: 26th February 2016

The Sunday Times Scotland and Brodies LLP are delighted to invite you to attend ‘Hot Topic’ business breakfasts featuring a panel of senior political figures and business leaders.

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Event: What will new powers for Holyrood mean for Corporate Scotland?

The event will commence on Thursday 17th March at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre, The Exchange, 150 Haymarket Terrace, Edinburgh, EH3 8EE.

Speakers:

Fiona Hyslop, Minister for Culture, Europe and External Affairs

Jim McColl, Chief Executive, Clyde Blowers Capital

David Watt, Executive Director, Institute of Directors Scotland

Running Order:

Registration/breakfast 8.30am

Panel Discussion 9.00am

Q&A 9.30am

Concludes 10.00am

 

Event: Infrastructure – what are the key transport priorities to keep Scotland moving and globally competitive?

The event will commence on  Wednesday 20 April at Brodies LLP, 110 Queen Street ,Glasgow G1 3BX.

Speakers:

Keith Brown, Minister for Transport, Infrastructure and Cities

Ross Martin, Chief Executive, SCDI

Andrew Gordon, Chief Executive, Canmore Partnership Ltd

Running Order:

Registration/breakfast 8.30am

Panel Discussion 9.00am

Q&A 9.30am

Concludes 10.00am

 

Both events will be chaired by Michael Glackin, Business Correspondent, The Sunday Times Scotland and will feature a networking breakfast and short presentations by the panelists with an opportunity to ask questions.

We anticipate that the business breakfasts will be well attended so please note that places will be allocated on a first-come, first-served basis.

To apply to attend please email seminars@brodies.com with your contact details. Please specify which event you like to attend by writing ‘More Powers’ or ‘Infrastructure’ in the subject heading.

 

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