Business in the Parliament Conference
The Business in the Parliament Conference is hosted jointly by the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Government. It aims to facilitate engagement between Scotland's businesses and politicians and forms part of a regular and on-going Parliament and Government programme of engagement with business organisations and senior business leaders across Scotland. The aim of this unique partnership event between the Scottish Parliament and the Scottish Government is to engage Scottish business in continuing to grow Scotland's economy. There have been eight conferences to date, since 2004, with the last conference on 21 and 22 November, 2013. Details of previous conference programmes and delegates can be found in the History section of the website.
Last call for registrations
Registration will close shortly for this year's conference. Businesses wishing to register should send an email to email@example.com
Jayne-Anne Gadhia CBE, CEO of Virgin Money & Chair of Scottish Business in the Community
The next Business in the Parliament Conference will take place on Thursday 6 and Friday 7 November 2014 at the Scottish Parliament. The theme of the conference is Shaping Scotland’s economic future, with a focus on the contribution of young people and entrepreneurs to Scotland’s economy. The Programme is available here.
We are pleased to announce that the keynote speaker is Jayne-Anne Gadhia, CEO of Virgin Money and Chair of Scottish Business in the Community.
Delegates will also be invited to choose to participate in one of the following six workshops.
Speakers: Brendan Dick, Managing Director, BT Scotland; and Tony Morgan, Head of Business Engagement, Superfast Lancashire.
Speakers: Adam Purvis, Power of Youth; Bruce Walker, We Are The Future; and Evelyn McDonald, PTYBS.
Speakers: Jamie Coleman, Managing Director, Codebase; Ken Scott, Engineering Director, ADL; and Jo Macsween, Joint MD, Macsween of Edinburgh.
Speakers: Rachel McEwen, SSE; and Jim Mather, Gael Limited.
Speakers: Jane Wood, Scottish Business in the Community; and Iain Scott, 1001 Enterprising Scots.
Speakers: Mark Evans, NomadiX Media; Mark Baird, Director, Currie & Brown UK; and Andrew Loudon, Chief Operation Officer Currie & Brown International.