Ambassador Matters is our newsletter dedicated to our community of Edinburgh Ambassadors. The newsletter features case studies, tips for bringing a conference to Edinburgh, details of convention services, venue developments and a summary of recent Ambassador events, bid wins and forthcoming conferences.
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Welcome to the second edition of Ambassador Matters – Convention Edinburgh’s quarterly bulletin dedicated to the Edinburgh Ambassador community. As the Festival winds to a close after another busy summer for the city, thoughts are turning to the autumn. For our academic ambassadors you will be preparing for the return of students, and juggling research priorities with teaching commitments. For us at Convention Edinburgh, conference season kicks off in earnest as does bidding activity for future conferences – please do get in touch if you are considering a bid.
Welcome to the latest issue of Ambassador Matters, our quarterly newsletter about the activities of Convention Edinburgh. The team has had a tumultuous start to 2019 however now that our funding from the City of Edinburgh Council has been confirmed, albeit it reduced, it is full steam ahead with our activities and supporting you to bring conferences to the city.
Welcome to the second edition of Ambassador Matters – Convention Edinburgh’s quarterly bulletin dedicated to the Edinburgh Ambassador community. The summer has well and truly been and gone and we are now getting stuck into the busy autumn months. In this edition, we reflect on the Edinburgh Ambassador Dinner which took place at Surgeons Quarter, as well as the city’s very successful week in the life sciences spotlight from 13-17 August. Discover more about how to get involved in Edinburgh’s upcoming engineering sector focus week, and more.
Welcome to the first edition of Ambassador Matters – the quarterly newsletter dedicated to our 600+ Edinburgh Ambassadors. We aim to keep you updated with everything you need to know to make bringing a conference to Edinburgh even easier. Get to know more about your day-to-day contact at Convention Edinburgh, discover more about the city’s ‘Make it Edinburgh’ campaign and find out whether you need a PCO. There’s plenty of ways you can get involved in promoting Edinburgh as a leading business event destination, find out how!
If you wish to discuss any of the newsletters, please contact Tom Allen, Sales and Marketing Executive at Marketing Edinburgh.