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Business Tourism Scotland Conference 2014 Edinburgh

Keynote speaker added to conference line up

Date : 14/11/2014

The founding director of Banks Sadler, David Campbell has just been announced as a keynote speaker at this year’s Business Tourism Scotland Conference 2014 which takes place on Tuesday 2 December at The Assembly Rooms in Edinburgh.  

The business focused day for all members of the business tourism community in Scotland 
is supported by VisitScotland’s Business Tourism Unit, Scottish Enterprise, Glasgow City Marketing Bureau, Dundee & Angus Convention Bureau, Marketing Edinburgh and VisitAberdeen

Organisers describe the event as ‘highly informative, participative and business focused and that it will work to reinforce Scotland's position as a leading business tourism destination with world-class facilities and skilled workforce’. Speakers include Banks Sadler’s David Campbell, Author Ben Hammersley who has written about the effects of the internet and digital networks on the world’s political, cultural and social spheres and Paul Miller from SPECTRA, a full-service Destination Management Company.

Aberdeen Exhibition & Conference Centre head of sales, Louise Lonie said; 
“The industry continues to evolve and change and we all need to keep pace with this, share best practice and learn from each other. This conference brings the Scottish Business Tourism industry together in one place to stop, think and develop. This can only be a good thing for Scotland.”
Chief Executive VisitAberdeen Steve Harris said; 
Business Tourism represents a massive growth opportunity for the industry in Scotland. Developing knowledge and skills will be vital if we are to maximise that opportunity and the business tourism conference is designed to help the industry do precisely that.”

• Where: The Assembly Rooms, Edinburgh
• When: 8.30am-5pm 2 December 2014 
• Cost: £95.00 + vat
• For more information and to book your place go to the Business Tourism Scotland website 

Check out these business tourism facts, provided by the Edinburgh Conference Bureau on the Tourism Intelligence Scotland website