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30 September 2020, SEC Glasgow

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Thank you for being part of Procurex Scotland

Over 1600 delegates from across Scotland’s public procurement sector attended Procurex Scotland and the Scottish Government 15th National Procurement Conference. 

We would like to extend our thanks to all sponsors, exhibitors, partners, speakers and delegates who attended, and made this years’ event another highlight in Scotland’s procurement calendar.

The GO Awards ceremony delivered another fantastic evening of celebration with 11 new winners and highly commended organisations announced.  Congratulations to all those who deservedly took home a trophy on the night.

 

Procurex Scotland and the Scottish Government  National Procurement Conference will return on 30 September 2020.

 

 

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£11bn+

Total Annual Spend

1500+

Key Decision Makers

120

Unique Public Sector Organisations

+100

Exhibitors

+30

Training Sessions

Event Speakers

Kate Forbes MSP profile

Kate Forbes MSP

Minister for Public Finance and Digital Economy

Scottish Government

Minister's Opening Address

Kate Forbes MSP

Kate Forbes MSP profile

Minister for Public Finance and Digital Economy

Scottish Government

Kate Forbes MSP is from Dingwall, although she spent part of her upbringing in Glasgow and India. Until she was elected as MSP for Skye, Lochaber and Badenoch, Kate was employed as an accountant in the banking industry. Prior to that she studied History at the Universities of Cambridge and Edinburgh with a focus on human migration. As a backbencher, she has served on the Scottish Parliament’s Environment, Climate Change and Land Reform Committee, the Standards, Procedures and Public Appointments Committee, the Health and Sport Committee and the Rural Economy and Connectivity Committee. She also served as Parliamentary Liaison Officer for Finance and the Constitution. As well as leading a campaign to ban plastic straws, Kate has participated in several cross party groups at Holyrood including Crofting, Gaelic, Human Trafficking, Palliative Care and Rural Policy. A fluent Gaelic speaker, Kate made history earlier this year by becoming the first female MSP to give a plenary speech entirely in Gaelic in the current Scottish Parliament chamber. On 27 June 2018 she was appointed as Minister for Public Finance and Digital Economy.

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