COP 26 Edinburgh Summit.
Images from the Chartered Institute of Housing’s annual housing conference held at the EICC. The Scottish housing world came together to network, learn and debate the biggest challenges and opportunities for the sector. Chaired by journalist Penny Tailor, the event presented the views of Government, Housing Associations and the private sector. Keynote speakers included Aileen Campbell MSP, Author Cash Carraway and Kevin Stewart MSP.
A small selection of images from the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce Business Awards 2020 held in the Edinburgh International Conference Centre. See Edinburgh Chamber for the full list of Award Winners.
In the final Developing Edinburgh event of 2019, Edinburgh Chamber members heard from David Horne, MD of LNER about the East Coast upgrade and the new Azuma fleet. Hosted by the Carlton Hilton Hotel Edinburgh. For 2020 Chamber event info, click here.
An Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce event at Edinburgh Zoo. Following a networking breakfast in the Zoo’s 18th century mansion House, members heard about the RZSS research and conservation work and were given an early morning tour of the Zoo.
Gordon Dewar, Chief Executive at Edinburgh Airport spoke with Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce members about updates on developments at Scotland’s busiest airport, as well as future plans for growth. Hosted by the Sheraton Grand Hotel and Spa Edinburgh.
Steve Dunlop, CEO at Scottish Enterprise spoke to Edinburgh Chamber members about improving communication between business organisations across the country and and his focus on identifying and developing Scottish talent and entrepreneurship. Hosted by The Royal Scots Club.
On Wednesday evening at the MacDonald Holyrood Hotel, Benny Higgins, Strategic Adviser to the First Minister spoke with Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce members about the establishment of the Scottish National Investment Bank.
The Principal Hotel hosted Edinburgh Chamber’s final event of the Year on Tuesday. Kezia Dugdale spoke with Chamber Chief Executive Liz McAreavey and answered questions posed by members on subjects ranging from Brexit to the Jungle.
The “Developing the Young Workforce” Annual Conference took place at BT Murrayfield Stadium last week, giving young people a chance to meet potential employers as well as taking part in a series of workshops and discussion groups. Speakers including Jamie Hepburn MSP, Rob Woodward Chief Executive STV and Joan Mackay, Assistant Director, Education Scotland also took questions from delegates following their presentations.