The event attracted a range of business heavyweights with speeches from IOD Scotland’s Chairman, David Watt, and Geoff Mawdsley, Director of Reform Scotland and a keynote speech from Ben Thomson, Chairman of Reform Scotland.
EQ’s Managing Director Franc Jeffrey welcomed the delegates with a presentation.
This was followed by David Watt’s speech in which he outlined the options in the run up to the referendum and what they mean for Scottish businesses and the economy.
The event was hailed as an outstanding success and showcased Balmule’s fantastic facilities for corporate events.
Meeting facilities at Balmule House include a large well appointed boardroom as well as space in the well maintained grounds for a marquee for 220 persons and parking for 70 cars. Additional to the boardroom, the vaulted wine cellar is well suited for a breakout meeting space as well as for informal suppers and nightcaps.
Rooms are available for either day or evening hire and Residential Meeting Packages or Day Delegate Meeting Packages are available on request.
More information can be found at www.balmule.co.uk or by calling Margaret Falconer, Head of Meetings and Events on 01383 432 999.