The Business for Scotland Annual Dinner 2016, Crowne Plaza Glasgow, 8th September 2016
Our hugely successful third annual dinner, with 300 guests attending, leading comedy and presenting talent Hardeep Singh Kohli hosting and keynote speaker the First Minister of Scotland Nicola Sturgeon.
As Business for Scotland goes from strength to strength, the First Minister highlighted the importance of the pro independence business networking in continuing to make the case for independence.
Business for Scotland Annual Dinner 2016
Business for Scotland EU Q&A at 29 studios Glasgow, 13th April 2016
CEO of Business for Scotland Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp gave his own detailed research and analysis on the costs and benefits to Scotland of EU membership. Watch videos from the event below.
Business for Scotland and The National Columnists, 10th & 24th February 2016
Business for Scotland and The National newspaper teamed up in Edinburgh and Glasgow on 10th and 24th February, allowing audience members to quiz National columnists on issues affecting Scotland. Audience members put their questions to the columnists on a range of issues such as the upcoming EU referendum, land reform, the likelihood of another independence referendum and issues facing SMEs.
Business for Scotland Burns Supper, 22nd January 2016
Our Burns was held with Hannah Bardell MP, Keara Murphy, Brandon Malone and Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp addressing attendees. Music, comedy and poetry saw a wonderful celebration of Burns and this event is expected to be an annual occurrence.
Business for Scotland Annual Dinner 2015, 17 November 2015
Business for Scotland held our second Annual Dinner on 17 November 2015 with over 200 in attendance. The guests enjoyed speeches from the Deputy First Minister of Scotland, John Swinney, and consulting editor of The National newspaper, Richard Walker. The evening was hosted by supermodel, television presenter and fashion designer Eunice Olumide.