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FSB East of Scotland Annual Dinner
Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh
Wednesday 9th November 2016 7pm
This is FSB's biggest and most popular dinner of the year in Scotland where we are pleased to be able to entertain so many people we have worked with locally and nationally.
This year's keynote address will be delivered by Keith Brown MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Jobs & Fair Work in the Scottish Government. The creation of this role at the top table of government in Scotland was a key ask of our election manifesto so we're especially pleased that Keith Brown has agreed to join us for the evening.
The evening will start with a drinks reception at 7pm in the impressive and historical Playfair Hall where our members and guests can meet and chat informally with fellow small business owners and their guests, local MSPs, MPs and councillors, members of the media, and FSB directors and staff.
A three course dinner will be served in Wolfson Hall with wine and soft drinks included in the ticket price.
Tickets including VAT are available priced at £60 for FSB members and £90 for non-members.
Tables of 10 are also available, please contact email@example.com for details.
The dinner is generously sponsored by Developing Young Workforce (DYW), Edinburgh, Midlothian and East Lothian which allows us to offer member tickets at a discounted price. DYW, Scotland's Youth Employment Strategy; is about delivering a step change in employer engagement, making it easier for businesses to engage in a meaningful way to help shape and recruit youth talent ensuring a positive destination for every young person in the region.
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Federation of Small Businesses
The FSB has around 19,000 members in Scotland and campaigns for a better social, political and economic environment in which small businesses can thrive. Our team in Scotland works closely with the Scottish Government, parliamentarians, agencies, councils, media, regulators and others to represent our members’ interests.