MacKay Hannah

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MacKay Hannah launches new website

Director, Angus MacKay, said "We have been working closely with our website developers over the last 6 months to deliver our new site.  The site is easy to use and navigate around and much improves the whole visitor experience.  Customers and potential customers are now able to manage their own details and update their policy areas of interest giving them complete ownership and flexibility.  The new site also provides greater visibility to our many supporters and sponsors."

MacKay Hannah was supported in the development of the new site by Scottish Enterprise.

Charlie Cutler of The Weather Digital Communications - developers of the new site - said "It has been great working with the MacKay Hannah team over the last few months.  We are very excited about the new site and look forward to working closely with MacKay Hannah in the future."

Notes for Editors:

MacKay Hannah was founded in 2003 by Angus MacKay and Gail Hannah.  Angus MacKay is a former Member of the Scottish Parliament where he served as Minister for Finance in the Scottish Cabinet and as Deputy Justice Minister. 

MacKay Hannah focus on current public policy issues of interest to the public, private and third sectors. Working mainly through conferences and seminars, they provide a platform for informed discussion and debate with senior contributing figures in each policy field.

Conference themes explore current legislative, policy and spending proposals covering diverse themes ranging from public sector reform and renewable energy through to social policy such as care of the elderly and child protection.

Contact: Jane Wilson 0131 556 1500

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