Scotland’s Towns Conference 2011

Scotland’s Towns Conference 2011: Think Local – Act Local

“If you live work and play in a town, or if it’s your job to improve Scotland’s towns and make them better, then you need to be at Scotland’s Towns Conference”

When: 16 November 2011

Where: The Glen Pavilion, Pittencrieff Park, Dunfermline KY12 8QH

Time: 0900-1630

Further Details: here

Speakers: Many and varied but including the Minister for Local Government and Planning, FSB Scotland, BIDs and Development Trusts, The Founders of the People’s Supermarket (as seen on Channel 4) and the Executive Policy Officer for the State of California’s Strategic Growth Council.

Added Stuff: Scotland’s Town Square Exhibition, Town Square Speaker’s Corner and Scotland’s Towns Have Got Talent competition.

Price: £75 + VAT

Contact: Elaine Bone – elaine@scotlandstowns.org or 01764660110 or 07801 354591.

The Scotland’s Towns Conference has become established as the premier event in Scotland to learn about the national and local issues confronting Scotland’s towns and the ways in which innovative and imaginative local solutions are creating sustainable communities. With plenty of opportunities to discuss, debate, contribute, network and consume quantities of bacon rolls, muffins and coffee, this conference has something for everyone interested and involved in Scotland’s towns.

I haven’t used this blog for promoting events and activities, but this is one that deserves promotion. I will be there, and hope you will too. I will try to report here on my version of the content and lessons as soon after the conference as possible.

About Leigh Sparks

I am Professor of Retail Studies at the Institute for Retail Studies, University of Stirling, where I research and teach aspects of retailing and retail supply chains, alongside various colleagues. I am Chair of Scotland's Towns Partnership. I am also a Deputy Principal of the University, with responsibility for Internationalisation and Graduate Studies.
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