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Scottish Property Federation Annual Conference 2017

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Broadcaster and Former Cabinet Minister Michael Portillo, Scottish Conservative leader Ruth Davidson MSP and Scottish Cabinet Secretary for the Economy, Jobs and Fair Work Keith Brown MSP will headline this year’s 10th annual Scottish Property Federation (SPF) conference.

All three will address the conference in March which will focus on the importance of attracting global capital to Scotland and in this local election year, driving economic development at a local level.
The conference, themed on Global Capital, Local Growth, will take place on 8 March 2017 at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre from 12pm-4.30pm. 

Headline speakers confirmed:

Rt Hon Michael Portillo, Scottish Politician of the Year Ruth Davidson MSP, Scottish Government Economy Secretary Keith Brown MSP and the Depute Leader of City of Edinburgh Council, Councillor Frank Ross, Councillor Jenny Laing, Leader of Aberdeen City Council confirmed so far from the world of Politics and our own Industry represented by Paul Curran, SPF Chairman & Quartermile; Andrew Sutherland, Vice Chairman SPF & Joint MD, Miller Developments, Marc Gilbard, Moorfield Group, this 10th SPF Annual Conference is lining up to be one of our best to date. In addition, this year we have our first UK Government speaker, Tony Danaher, Capital Investment CEO at the UK Department of International Trade, to tell us about the UK’s support for prospective international investors across the UK and Clive Wilding, Invesment Director, Artisan Real Estate Investors.

Further updates will be issued in due course and please follow @gail_spf for the latest news on the shaping of this half day event at the EICC, Edinburgh on 8 March 2017. #spfconf17.

Edinburgh International Conference Centre,
Edinburgh
EH3 8EE

Tel: 0131 220 6303
Email: spf@bpf.org.uk

Website:scottishpropertyfederation.org.uk

January 30, 2017

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