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Scotsman Conferences is working with some of Scotland's leading organisations to bring you relevant and thought provoking events that will make a real difference to future policy making.

The Marketing Society Scotland is an exclusive network of 2,600 senior marketers. They encourage their members to become bolder marketing leaders, helping them to think differently about the challenges they face. In the 53 years since they began, we have become one of the most influential drivers of marketing in the world.

Taste Communications is the first PR firm to specialise and concentrate solely in the food and drink sector. They aim to improving Scottish businesses and champion Scottish food and drink at every possible opportunity.

A|D|S Scotland is the trade association for the aerospace, defence, space and naval sectors in Scotland. Established in 2005, the organisation works with stakeholders such as Scottish Enterprise, the Scottish Government and the Scottish Parliament to ensure the continued success of these vital industries in Scotland. A|D|S Scotland's goal is continued growth and success for the Scottish sector.

Essential Edinburgh is Edinburgh’s Central Business Improvement District. Formed on July 1st 2008 Essential Edinburgh's sole purpose is to ensure that the city centre excels as a place to work, relax, shop, visit and do business.

The Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC) is the trade association of the Scottish retail sector and is the authoritative voice of the industry to policy makers and to the media. The SRC works with its members and stakeholders to maintain the political and industry profile of the retail sector in Scotland, through information sharing, research activity and developing links with key sector partners, including the Scottish Government and Scottish Parliament. The SRC’s parent association is the British Retail Consortium (BRC) based in London and Brussels.

The Scottish Sustainable Development Forum is an advocate for sustainable development and a focus for thinking and action for a sustainable future. The Forum organises conference and workshops for its members and provides a vibrant on-line meeting place for organisations and individuals interested in the latest research and debate on sustainability.

The Sustainable Development Commission Scotland is the Government’s independent advisor on sustainable development. The Commission reports to the First Minister of Scotland on key policy areas including: energy, the economy, climate change, governance and food. We help government, local authorities and businesses put sustainable development at the heart of what they do. The two Scottish Commissioners are Professor Jan Bebbington and Hugh Raven.

The Scottish National Galleries - The Hawthornden Lecture Theatre provides a stylish conference space located in the heart of the Scottish National Gallery site.  The lecture theatre has comfortable tiered seating for 200 with full AV facilities provided and is only 5 minutes walk from Waverley train station.  Further information on event spaces at The National Galleries of Scotland can be found here.

The National Business Awards is the UK's premier recognition platform for businesses of all sizes, from all sectors - public or private.

Universities Scotland exists to represent and promote Scotland's universities and campaign on their behalf.  Through this work, they seek to assist the sector to deliver its essential contribution to the economic, social and cultural needs of Scotland, and to enhance Scotland's international reputation.

If you would like to talk about how your organisation could benefit from working in partnership with Scotsman Conferences, please contact the team on 0131 620 8656 or email us and we'll call you.


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Referendum Breakfast: Wealth Management
Referendum Breakfast: Wealth ManagementBook now

Our wealth management seminar held before the referendum heard concerns of a “silent attrition” of capital from Scotland. In this seminar hear the latest advice from investment experts.

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Referendum Breakfast: Land Reform
Referendum Breakfast: Land ReformBook now

Land reform is firmly back on the policy agenda. The report of the Land Reform Review Group in May raised the prospect of significant changes to land ownership, including possible limits on private ownership, and further community buy outs. What...
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What Next For Scotland?
What Next For Scotland?Book now

What new powers does Scotland want - and need- to build a stronger economy and a better society? How will the new powers impact on Scotland's place within the UK? The Smith Commission and its cross-party membership is tackling these challenges, ...
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Referendum Breakfast: Taxation
Referendum Breakfast: TaxationBook now

All the main parties want further devolution of tax powers to Scotland. This seminar will be the first to look at the implications of the referendum result on tax policy and the likely changes.
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