MacKay Hannah

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Event Management

We have extensive experience in running all types of conferences and events from smaller seminars and master classes through to large scale conferences and national awards events.

Founded in 2003 by Angus MacKay – a former Scottish Cabinet Minister and Member of the Scottish Parliament – and Gail Hannah,  who has extensive local government experience, our unique offering is to provide complete event organisation, combined with our Scottish public policy and practice insight, to make your event distinctive and successful.

We work in partnership with a wide range of small and large organisations in public, private and third sectors.  We deliver great service combined with great value for any event to fit any budget and we will deliver your event so that expectations are not just met, but exceeded.

Whether you would like us to organise every aspect of your event or simply to assist with some aspects, we will deliver a professional service in every regard.

If you are planning an event, get in touch to see what MacKay Hannah can offer you.

Please contact Angus MacKay amackay@mackayhannah.com 0131 556 1500.


It was my first time at a conference as a delegate and I have to say I was VERY impressed. I will be highly recommending this event to contacts both internal and external to the University. The speakers were all excellent and inspirational and I look forward to seeing the presentations in due course. I liked the feel of the day, it was relaxed and the chance to mingle with others was helpful, not only during the group discussion but also in the market place. Afterwards I wrote down 10 points which were either learned or reinforced and 10 action points for self-development – so as you can see I found it to be very useful as well as enjoyable.

Susan Kellie,
University of Strathclyde

Sponsorship opportunities at our conferences

<p>Sponsorship opportunities at our conferences</p>