Speakers

The format was a mix of informative presentations covering the policy position, best practice and looking to the future, augmented with ample networking opportunities. In addition there was a ‘market place’ for exhibiting and inspiring collaboration, innovation and adoption of ideas, all in the pursuit of strengthening communities.

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Agnes Rennie

Trustee - Urras Oighreachd Ghabhsainn


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Alex Thomson

Chief Correspondent – Channel 4 News (MC for conference)


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Catriona Mallows

Young Scottish Thinker of the Year 2016


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Charlotte Wright

HIE Chief Executive


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Cormac Russell

Managing Director, Nurture Development


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David Cowan

Head of Regeneration Unit, Scottish Government


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Douglas Cowan

Director of Strengthening Communities – Highlands and Islands Enterprise (Speaker)


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Fergus Ewing MSP

Cabinet Secretary for Rural Economy and Connectivity


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Prof. Frank Rennie

Professor of Sustainable Rural Development


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Hazel Cross

Economic Adviser Fife Council


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Ian A Hepburn

North West Mull Community Woodland Company Ltd


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Joan Bishop

Dornoch Area Community Interest Company


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Josh Littlejohn MBE

Co-founder of Social Bite (After dinner speaker)


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Lincoln Richford

Community Land Scotland


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Prof Lorne Crerar

Chair – Highlands and Islands Enterprise (Speaker)


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Peter Argyle

CNPA Convenor


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Dr. Sally Reynolds

Development Officer, Carloway Estate Trust


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Dr Calum MacLeod

Rural and regional development consultant


SCCS17 is fully booked. Any queries contact hie.events@hient.co.uk

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