Aberdeenshire Top100 Business Breakfast

13th January 2016, Mercure Ardoe House Hotel, Aberdeen

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Scottish Business Insider is holding its Top 100 companies in Aberdeenshire business breakfast on January 13 at the Mercure Ardoe House Hotel.

The event will feature a keynote speaker and a panel of business experts to discuss the key issues of importance for Scotland and Aberdeenshire for the year ahead.

We will be looking at how the economy is shaping up for 2016 and what businesses need to prepare for. And we will also be looking at the implications of further devolution in Scotland and the rest of the UK.

Insider Editor Alasdair Northrop will also be analysing the magazine's celebrated 2016 Top 500 companies listing focusing on the Top 100 companies in Aberdeenshire.

Keynote Speaker

Stephen Boyle - Chief Economist, Royal Bank of Scotland

Stephen Boyle is Chief Economist of RBS and a director of the Bank's main pension fund. He established FutureSkills Scotland in 2001. Stephen is a trustee of the David Hume Institute and a member of the Policy Committee at the Centre for Economic Performance at LSE.


Andy Willox OBE - Scottish Policy Convenor & National Vice Chair, Federation of Small Businesses (FSB)

Hugh Aitken - Scottish Director, CBI

James Bream - Research & Policy Director, Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce

Margaret McGinley - Director, Energy and Clean Technologies with Scottish Enterprise


7.15 Breakfast Reception, Registration & Networking

7.45 Welcome

8.00 Guest Speaker

8.25 Panel Discussion

8.45 Q&A

9.00 Closing Remarks

9.15 Coffee & Networking

*Please note timings are given as an indication and may vary at the event.

Ticket Prices

Ticket: £45 plus VAT

Table of 10: £400 plus VAT

Table of 12: £480 plus VAT


To discuss sponsorship opportunities please contact Aileen Turnbull on:
0141 309 4909
[email protected]

More Info

For more information regarding this event please contact Lisa Lynas on:
0141 309 3095
[email protected]