Economics of Independence

Next Ambassador Training Session – Sign up – Thursday 29th August

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Next Business Ambassador Training Session

Thursday 29th August

New Business Ambassadors say Yes

Our last two sessions were sold out so Business for Scotland is offering another FREE half day Yes Scotland Business Ambassador Training session on Thursday 29th August 2013

50 of our members have gone through this training already and we received great feedback. The event will also offer networking opportunities helping you to engage and share experiences with other business people who support a Yes vote.

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This is a great opportunity for you to gain skills on handling everyday conversations on independence calmly, professionally and confidently whilst putting the business facts and the case for Scotland becoming an independent nation in a positive manner.

Following the training you will better understand economic arguments, be able to ask the right questions, open/close conversations and deal with the standard objections to Scottish independence. This isn’t about becoming a spokesperson or going on TV etc, but mainly just to help you with everyday conversations at work, networking events and conferences.

Details
Date: Thursday 29th August 2013
Time: 1pm start; 5pm finish
Location: Yes HQ – 136 Hope Street, Glasgow.

About the author

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp is the Founder and Chief Executive of Business for Scotland. Before becoming CEO of Business for Scotland he ran a small social media and sales & marketing consultancy.

With a degree in business, marketing and economics, Gordon has worked as an economic development planning professional, and in marketing roles specialising in pricing modelling and promotional evaluation for global companies (including P&G).

Gordon benefits (not suffers) from dyslexia, and is a proponent of the emerging New Economics School. Gordon contributes articles to Business for Scotland, The National and The Huffington Post.

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  • I cannot recommend this event enough. I attended the first one and learned a lot. I learned how to approach No’s and Don’t Knows so they debate rather than become entrenched. I learned some very interesting facts, I made a few contacts that are like minded people but also great for my business. This will be the best few hours you have invested in our country and your business ever!

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