David Harper – go-centric exhibiting at SCDI Annual Forum

by Mar 28, 2019News0 comments

On the 25 and 26 April, we are an official exhibitor at the Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI)’s 48th annual Forum, being held at the Edinburgh International Conference Centre (EICC).

The SCDI is an independent membership network who are a non-political and not-for-profit organisation that represents a cross-section of the private, public and social economy sectors. The annual forum convenes leaders from business, politics, the public and third sector and education establishments – alongside future leaders.

The two-day programme will provide networking opportunities for participants and interactive debates, focusing on strengthening foundations of economic growth and turn the environmental, demographic, mobility, educational and technological challenges that Scotland faces into clear economic opportunities for the future.

David Harper, Chairman at go-centric, who will be at the event, said: “As a Scottish man, owning an organisation in Glasgow, I felt it was critical for us to join SCDI. It’s a very reputable organisation, with clear goals in supporting businesses across Scotland to come together and grow Scotland’s economy. Being a member connects us with so many highly respected organisations and support from Scottish Enterprise. I’m delighted that we’re exhibiting at the annual forum this year and am looking forward to what looks like a great agenda, as well as networking with other successful business leaders. At go-centric we’re obsessed about delivering an amazing customer experience, it’s something I’m personally passionate about and I’m looking forward to sharing our vision.”

Speakers who are confirmed to be at the event include Nicola Sturgeon MSP (First Minister of Scotland, Scottish Government), Rt Hon David Mundell MP (Secretary of State for Scotland, UK Government), Robert Peston (Journalist, Broadcaster and Founder, Speakers for Schools), Ambassador Peter Wittig (German Ambassador to the United Kingdom), Steve Dunlop (Chief Executive, Scottish Enterprise) and Chris Yiu (Senior Policy Fellow for Technology, The Tony Blair Institute). Sally Magnusson, broadcaster for BBC Scotland will be the Facilitator the event.

go-centric are glad to be a part of this fantastic event and we hope to see you along at the forum! For more information on the event and how to attend, please visit: https://www.scdi.org.uk/events/scdi-forum-2019/