MacKay Hannah

Sponsorship opportunities at our conferences

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

 

How We Can Work With You

We partner with other organisations in a wide range of ways. If your objective is to join the debate in any aspect of public policy - whether by speaking, chairing, exhibiting, sponsoring or hosting - we can help.

We combine our extensive conference and webinar pedigree with our Scottish public policy and practice insight to make our events distinctive and successful. Please contact us if you are interested in participating in one of our events in any of the following ways.

Ideas

We are always interested in discussing possible event themes. If you have an idea for a future confernece or webinar and may like to partner with us, we want to discuss it with you.

Hosting

A number of our partners choose to support a conference by providing their own facilities as a conference venue. We welcome this kind of partnership.

Sponsorship and Exhibiting

This is often the simplest and most effective way to join the debate and support the discussion on a policy matter. There are options to suit all organisations.

Speaking

We cannot hold conferences or webinars without speakers and if you have specialist insight to bring to an event as a speaker, we would like to know more.

We have been running conferences since 2003 when the company was created by Angus MacKay - a former Scottish Cabinet Minister and Member of the Scottish Parliament - and Gail Hannah, who has extensive Scottish local government experience. We now have both an online and traditional face-to-face event programme for conferences and webinars.

We work in partnership with organisations of all sizes in the public, private and third sectors.

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


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Sponsorship opportunities at our conferences

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