In this more digitally aware world, especially due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this well organised event we a pleasure to attend, as most of the time I dread more screen-time, but it was a delight, informative and well balanced, with great speakers informing on a range of issues.
Fabulous calibre of speakers, diverse range of topics and great discussions. I'm better informed and armed with information that will help make a difference.
A broad range of insights and speakers, offering a great balance between practice, academic and policy perspectives.
A fantastic event, full of knowledge and wisdom that I can use in my school moving forward. I feel inspired and empowered. Thank you!
There was huge value in me attendance of this event, I learned a great deal of information absolutely relevant to my role, and I can take it forward and improve my practice. Knowledge is power!
An excellent event with input from a variety of attendees from schools, local authorities, industry and academia. Well done!
Having spoken at several Holyrood events, these conferences always have really topical agenda items and high quality contributors and presentations. The opportunity to deep-dive into subjects with experts and participate in round-tables is extremely valuable and relevant. This supports our current and future strategies and roadmaps. The Holyrood Events team are easy work with, events are extremely relevant to public sector issues and provide real value to attendees with the opportunity to connect with peers and follow-up.
Our Principal, Paul Little, participated as a panel member at Holyrood Event's conference Scotland: The Recovery. It was a very well organised event comprising strong contributors and influential attendees, creating an ideal platform to convey to an important audience that the college sector will be the beating heart of our socio-economic recovery. We will certainly be exploring future opportunities to take part in conferences being run by Holyrood Events.
Well convened events with strong speakers and thought-provoking discussion
NHS Research Scotland enjoys an excellent relationship with Holyrood Communications. Over the past few years, we have used the magazine as a way to translate clinical research activity across Scotland into thought-provoking content that resonates with key stakeholders, whether that be from a health, economic or personal perspective. The credibility and reach of the publication, combined with the professionalism of the team allows us to effectively communicate quite a complex, but hugely important, part of the work of NHS; and the diversity of channels – print, online, event – continually provides new options to enhance our communication efforts
We have been headline sponsors of Digital Health & Care Scotland Annual Conference and Awards for a number of years. The organisers are always keen to integrate the sponsors within the content programme as much as possible. If you are considering being part of this event, we would not hesitate to recommend being involved.
The British Heart Foundation has been working with Holyrood communications for a number of years now and we see them as an important channel to communicate our mission and aims. The magazine offers us a direct link to decisionmakers in Scotland and is an unrivalled platform for leading the debate in. However the strength of Holyrood Communications is what lies beyond the magazine. The teams willingness to innovate and continually offer new avenues is second to none and as an organisation we’ve been able to take advantage of these new products and the reach and connections Holyrood has to promote our work.