Business festival to light up Glasgow
Santander is set to host a weeklong business festival in the heart of Glasgow 25- 29 April, with support from a host of Scottish entrepreneurs, including Geoff Ellis (CEO of DF concerts, promoter of the T in the Park), social entrepreneur Josh Littlejohn (whose new Social Bite venture, Brewgooder, has just secured crowdfunding to make a craft lager which donates profits to clean water projects), Tony Stanger (Scottish Rugby's joint record try scorer) and James Rusk (Glasgow restaurateur and owner of Hutchesons & The Butcher Bar & Grill).
Attendees will have access to numerous free events aimed at inspiring and educating the business community.
You can secure your place at the Breakthrough Moments Festival today.
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