The next in the Breakfast Club's series of special Breakfast Lectures. Following on from the Holyrood Elections, Devin Scobie will provide a post-election de-brief and analysis.
The Rotary Club of Edinburgh Breakfast regularly provides stimulating and informative events at our breakfast meetings. Tuesday,17th May is one of those when Devin Scobie is speaking. His talk is sure to be a lively, topical and provocative!
It will undoubtedly be popular beyond our immediate club and of interest to many of you. Devin’s topic is a post-match debrief and analysis following the Scottish Parliament elections to be held on 5th May 2016. For the avoidance of doubt, Devin won’t be advocating on behalf of any single political party and will take a wider view in the interest of Scotland’s future growth.
“Caledonia Public Affairs' founder Devin is considered to be one of Scotland's most experienced public affairs professionals. Devin was, until September 2006, Director of Eaga plc in Scotland, leading the delivery of the Central Heating Programme and Warm Deal scheme on behalf of the Scottish Government.
Prior to joining Eaga, Devin has spent most of his working life in public affairs and communication consultancy. His last position was as Scottish Director for one of Europe's largest consultancy chains. During his public affairs career, he has and continues to advise a range of FTSE Top 100 companies.
Devin Scobie's career has also included working in-house as marketing manager for a major tour operator and as a travel journalist with HarperCollins. He has been a Westminster parliamentary candidate, has been an elected councillor (City of Edinburgh) and is currently Chair of the Trustees of the Friends of Living Stones charity.”
This talk will take place on Tuesday 17th May 7.15am for 7.30am finishing by 8.45am.
To ensure that we have enough bacon rolls available, please advise our President, Willie Maltman (firstname.lastname@example.org) if you will be attending. We meet at St George’s School, Lansdowne House, Garscube Terrace, Edinburgh EH12 6BG. Breakfast costs £10, including a donation to End Polio now.