“Inspiring, entertaining, and motivating. Alison Burns and James Taylor (AKA The Ethical Futurists) are two of the most sought-after Glasgow keynote speakers. The Ethical Futurists are highly recommended.”
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The Ethical Futurists is a unique pairing of two of today’s leading keynote speakers; Alison Burns and James Taylor. Together they have spoken on thousands of stages from London to Top Glasgow Keynote Speakers – The Ethical Futurists, delivering tailored, insightful, entertaining and highly visual keynote presentations to clients including IBM, Cisco, GSK, Visa, EY, Apple, Intuit as well as various Governments. In their inspiring, entertaining and highly visual co-keynote they will take you on a journey to discover how the world’s most ethical and innovative companies are transforming their industries and achieving sustainable growth. TOP GLASGOW KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
Alison Burns is an award-winning performer, keynote speaker and expert in business ethics, sustainability and ethical leadership. For over 30 years, she has been a trailblazer in the fields of engineering, entertainment, technology and the law. Today as an Ethical Futurist she helps organisations and individuals think and act more ethically through her entertaining and inspiring keynote speeches on sustainability, environment, future trends, diversity, inclusion and the ethical implications of technology. Full Alison Burns bio TOP GLASGOW KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
James Taylor – who started his career managing high profile rock stars – is now an in-demand keynote speaker and internationally recognized leader in business creativity, innovation and artificial intelligence. For over 20 years, he has been advising CEO’s, entrepreneurs, educators, governments, leaders, writers and rockstars on how to build innovative organizations, unlock creative potential, and increase productivity. Full James Taylor bio TOP GLASGOW KEYNOTE SPEAKERS
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General Information about Glasgow for Meeting Planners and Event Professionals
Glasgow is the largest city in Scotland and the third most populated one in the United Kingdom. It expanded from a small village on the river Clyde to become nowadays the largest seaport in the UK. With the establishment of the University of Glasgow in the 15th century, the city became a major centre of the Scottish Enlightenment, and starting with the 18th century, it developed into one of Great Britain’s main hubs for transatlantic trade with the West Indies and North America. Glasgow is famous for its Art Nouveau and Victorian architecture, and is home to important cultural institutions such as: the Scottish Opera, the Scottish Ballet, the National Theatre of Scotland, the Theatre Royal, the Pavilion Theatre, the King’s Theatre, the Glasgow Royal Concert Hall, the Glasgow Film Theatre, the Tron Theatre, the Gallery of Modern Art (GoMA), the Mitchell Library and Theatre, the Centre for Contemporary Arts, the McLellan Galleries, and the Lighthouse Museum of Architecture. Glasgow is also an important financial center. Located on the west side of the city, its famous financial district, officially known as the International Financial Services District (and less officially as ‘the Wall Street on Clyde’) is home to eight of the ten largest insurance companies in the UK, including Direct Line, Esure, AXA, and the Norwich Union.
The City as a Conference Destination
Glasgow is an important venue for many international conferences and conventions with topics ranging from business and medical science to religion and tourism. Some of the most notable conferences in Glasgow include: the SME Business Insight Conference – Productivity through People, an important event about business, finances and investments; the Glasgow Imaging Network Symposium, a meeting of optical microscopy specialists from Scotland and abroad; the Festival of Life Scotland, also known as the Holy Ghost Service, one of the largest Christian meetings in the world attracting top government officials and business leaders; and the Scottish Tourism Month, a series of lively, engaging, inspirational and informative sessions about national and international tourism.
Glasgow Food Options for Conference Delegates
While attending a business conference in Glasgow, UK, there are many local restaurants which you should experience. Some of the most famous ones include: the Number 16 Restaurant (+44 141 339 2544), offering a highly varied Scottish menu, the Two Fat Ladies at the Buttery (+44 141 221 8188), renowned for its Scottish cuisine emphasizing seafood, Bill’s Glasgow Restaurant (+44 141 221 6883) and the Gannet (+44 141 204 2081), two places with great selections of European dishes, the Qua Italian Restaurant (+44 141 552 6233), a great place to sample Roman and Tuscan cuisines, and the Cail Bruich (+44 141 334 6265), a famous French restaurant.