Win two tickets to MT's Inspiring Business conference, Edinburgh

Want to meet the chairman of Gleneagles Hotels and leaders from Aberdeen Asset Management, John Lewis and Morph Costumes?

Last Updated: 06 Jan 2015

After the huge success of our Management Today Live: The Inspiring Business Conference in London last year, we’re taking it on the road. The first stop is Edinburgh, on Wednesday 4th February. Read on to find out how you could win two tickets.

We've lined up some amazing business names for our Edinburgh event, including:

Peter Lederer CBE, chairman, Gleneagles Hotels – the man who turned Gleneagles into a world-class luxury golf resort.

Andrew Laing, Aberdeen Asset Management deputy chief executive, and Andrew Murphy, John Lewis’s retail director, will be offering practical
lessons from Scotland’s most admired companies.

And three business leaders debate Scotland's economic future, post-referendum. On the panel are Jamie Coleman, CodeBase’s managing director, Shonaig Macpherson, chairman of The Royal Lyceum Theatre Company, and Ian McNaught – executive director of the Small Business Charter and chair of CMI Scotland.

We have this and so much more. Join us for an inspirational day packed with practical advice for you and your company. Click here to find out more and get 25% off tickets until Tuesday 13 January. You can also enter our competition below for your chance to win a pair of tickets to the event. Deadline for entries is 7th January, 11.45pm.

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