The Global Economy, Business and The Union: A conversation with Jack Perry
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The Global Economy, Business and The Union: A conversation with Jack Perry

The Global Economy, Business and The Union: A conversation with Jack Perry

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The Marquee

29 Royal Exchange Square

Glasgow, United Kingdom

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Scotland in Union is delighted to invite you to a lunchtime lecture and networking event with Jack Perry CBE

On the 11th November 2016 at the rooftop bar (The Marquee) of 29 Royal Exchange Square, Glasgow.  

Jack will talk about the important issues of the day including Brexit, the possibility of a second referendum and the economic implications of independence.

A delicious lunch with drinks and great conversation is on offer. This is also an excellent opportunity to network and build relationships with others in the stunning rooftop surroundings of the Marquee at 29, the Private Members Club in the heart of Glasgow.

All proceeds raised from this event will help towards the continuing and crucial work of Scotland in Union.

Jack Perry is probably best known for his work as Chief Executive of Scottish Enterprise.  

Jack is a former non-executive director of FTSE 250 company, Robert Wiseman Dairies PLC and Capital for Enterprise Ltd.  He also served as a member of the Advisory Board of Barclays UK & Ireland Private Bank.  In addition, Jack was chairman of Silent Herdsman Holdings Limited – a predictive analytic software company.

He was made a Commander of the British Empire (CBE) in the Queen’s 2010 New Year Honours List and holds Honorary Doctorates in Business Administration from Edinburgh Napier and Abertay Dundee Universities.  Jack is a Deputy Lieutenant of the County of Renfrewshire.

In February 2015, Jack was appointed to the Independent Commission for Competitive and Fair Taxation in Scotland.


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