Ambitions for Scotland's Future

Thursday 14 November (15:00-18:00)
Burness Paull LLP, 50 Lothian Road, Edinburgh, EH3 9WJ

For enquiries, please contact Elaine Bone [email protected]

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Free for EDAS Members; £15+VAT Non-Member (Join today to receive the member rate)

Following the publication of their strategic plans, join Linda Murray, Director of Strategy, Scottish Enterprise and Paul Zealey, West Regional Skills Planning Lead, Skills Development Scotland, to discuss ambitions for Scotland's future.

Hosted by Burness Paull, we are joined by Partner, Stephen Phillips, and panel guests, Susan Love, Policy Manager, Scotland, Federation of Small Businesses and Liz McEntee, Director of External Affairs, Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector.

The event also incorporates EDAS AGM business, reported by Chair, Robert Pollock.

There will be ample opportunity for discussion and networking.

 

Agenda* Subject to change

3.00 – 3.30         Coffee/Networking

3.30 – 3.40         Host’s Welcome – Stephen Phillips, Partner, Burness Paull

3.40 – 3.50         EDAS business and future plans – Robert Pollock, EDAS Chair   

3.50 – 4.10         Scottish Enterprise strategic plan – Linda Murray, Director of Strategy, Scottish Enterprise

4.10 – 4.30         Skills Development Scotland strategic plan – Paul Zealey, West Regional Skills Planning Lead, Skills Development Scotland

4.30 – 5.00         Panel-Audience discussion facilitated by Robert Pollock: Panellists are joined by Susan Love, Policy Manager, FSB in Scotland; and Liz McEntee, Director of External Affairs, Glasgow Council for the Voluntary Sector.

5.00 – 6.00         Wrap up followed by drinks.

 

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Booking Policy

Bookings are non refundable. However, a substitute may attend in place. 

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