Glasgow – Open for business.

29 Glasgow, 29 Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow G1 3AJ | 14.11.19

Glasgow has experienced the highest rates of economic growth and development in Scotland in recent years. This is reinforced by careful planning, a growing and young population remaining in or returning to the city, and an increase in high-tech and service sector occupiers.

The city has proven itself to be resilient when faced with huge economic challenges, especially in the past decade. But the impact of Brexit presents Glasgow – alongside Scotland, the UK and EU itself – with many significant challenges.

So, what’s next for this ambitious city? How will Glasgow continue to attract and retain graduates? And what plans are in place to ensure Glasgow’s image remains 'open for business'?

Find out the answers to these questions and more at EG’s Question Time Glasgow.


    17:30 – Reception
    18:30 – Debate
    19:30 – Networking
    21:00 – Close

Confirmed speakers include:

  • Rick de Blaby, CEO, Get Living
  • Nicola Cameron MRICS, Director, Property Development & Investment, University of Glasgow
  • Barry McKeown, Partner, Shoosmiths
  • Bruce Patrick BSc MRICS, Director, Savills
  • Chair: Samantha McClary, Editor, EG
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