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360D connects with the SECC

360D at SECC Glasgow
360D, a digital summit delivered by Interactive Scotland, Scottish Enterprise and PA Consulting, designed to support the growth of digital media throughout Scotland, took place this week at the Scottish Exhibition + Conference Centre (SECC), 03 September.

The 350 delegate event, taking place at the SECC for the fifth consecutive year, included over 30 high profile speakers from major media outlets such as Buzz feed, STV, the Huffington Post and the BBC. In addition, there were a number of separate educational sessions and panel discussions along with an interactive pop up Tech Zone.  

Mark Bell, Managing Consultant at PA Consulting, one of the partners involved in the event, said; “When bringing together an event like 360D we are looking for a venue that gives us the flexibility needed to create exactly what we want. The SECC delivered just that. 360D is not a traditional conference style event, which means that getting the right set up can be difficult in some venues. However, the SECC was flexible enough to deliver on our exact requirements. The staff was very professional and went out their way to make it a great event. The location of the venue was ideal for us because it is based near the buzzing digital quarter of Glasgow, with great transport links. We completely sold out, and would be delighted to come back again.”   

“One of our key focuses as a venue is to ensure we are flexible enough to meet the needs of a wide variety of organisers and events, and so I am particularly pleased that 360D found this to be the case, comments Kathleen Warden, Director of Conference Sales at the SECC. “Whilst we are well known for the large scale international congresses held here in Glasgow, these more specialist local events also suit the venue perfectly, given the wide range of spaces we have available.”  

The 360D event also underlines the SECC’s objective to further connect with and support Scotland’s growing digital economy.

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