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Upcoming conferences filtered by location: Edinburgh
2018 is the 11th Anniversary of ACES - Awarding and Celebrating Excellence in Scotland - the original professional development conference and awards ceremony for PAs, EAs, Office Managers and office support professionals in Scotland. Join us to recognise 11 years of celebrating and awarding PA success in Scotland.
Fri 24th Aug 2018
DoubleTree by Hilton Hotel Edinburgh Airport
This conference discusses Scotland's mid-market business sector, focusing on how it can be supported and developed to contribute to Scottish economic competitiveness.
Wed 29th Aug 2018
University of Edinburgh Business School
Regulators, Scrutiny and Accountability in Scotland: What's next for public service providers, markets and consumers?
This conference will discuss the current and future approach in Scotland to the regulation of public services, markets and companies. It will examine how disruptive technology and data, increased powers for the Scottish Parliament, changing consumer demands and continuing public service constraint combine to affect how we deliver and respond to regulation.
Tue 4th Sep 2018
This conference addresses the challenge of dementia in Scotland and the strategy and resources to combat it, discusses how to reduce the risks of developing dementia and focuses on living with early stage dementia for people with the condition, their carers and service providers.
Wed 12th Sep 2018
Hanover Housing Conference Centre
5th Annual Scottish Transport Conference: Powering up Transport, Growing the Economy, Strengthening Communities
The 5th Annual Scottish Transport Conference will feature speakers from across Scotland's transport industry. This year's conference focuses on the role of Scottish transport in underpinning all other activities across economic growth, community development and delivery of public services and asks: how can we best develop transport to better develop Scotland?
Thu 27th Sep 2018
The Scottish Engineering conference provides a platform for Scotland's engineering and manufacturing sector to set out its agenda for success. The conference will discuss what engineering and manufacturing needs, examine how to minimise risk and maximise opportunity in an uncertain national and international marketplace and consider how finance, funding and policy can best support success in the sector.
Thu 25th Oct 2018
This conference will explain what the emerging deal between the UK and the EU means. It will set out how the core elements of the deal will affect trade, access to EU markets and economic prospects and the impact of these changes upon labour for private and public sectors, tariffs, rules and regulations, customs and supply chains. If you want to understand what Brexit will mean for your organisation, start here.
Tue 30th Oct 2018
Morton Fraser Lawyers
The 9th Annual Capital Investment in Scotland Conference focuses on mapping where Scottish capital spending is heading, understanding all the sources of capital and investment and a 'Getting it Built' clinic which discusses key hurdles and risk reduction for project owners and funders to promote getting projects built.
Tue 6th Nov 2018
Our 6th annual conference on care of older people in Scotland reflects on how the challenge of delivering excellent care can be met in the context of a growing older population, rising expectations of quality care and pressures created by increased resource demand.
Tue 20th Nov 2018
This conference will discuss the Scottish Government's review of local governance and decentralisation of power and decision making. Timed to take place toward the end of the initial consultation period it will provide an opportunity to contribute new ideas to the review, learn what has been proposed so far and find out what the next steps toward the local democracy Bill later in this Parliament will be.
Tue 27th Nov 2018