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Dec
21
Wed
Porty Communicators: Edinburgh’s newest Toastmasters Club @ The Dalriada
Dec 21 @ 7:15 pm – 9:30 pm
Porty Communicators: Edinburgh's newest Toastmasters Club @ The Dalriada | Edinburgh | Scotland | United Kingdom

Do you, or someone you know, :

Need to present information in work?

… to colleagues? … to customers? … to outside agencies?

Do you, or someone you know, :

Need to provide coherent answers

to questions for which you haven’t had the opportunity to prepare?

… in work? … at home? … in social situations?

Toastmasters may be the answer!

345,000 members, in 15,900 Clubs, in 142 countries; Scotland : 450 members in 22 Clubs

Feb
9
Thu
Food & Drink Reformulation for Health @ President's Suite, The West Stand, Murrayfield Stadium
Feb 9 @ 9:30 am – 3:30 pm
Food & Drink Reformulation for Health @ President's Suite, The West Stand, Murrayfield Stadium   | Edinburgh | Scotland | United Kingdom

This free event hosted by Interface and Food and Drink Federation Scotland aims to bring together food and drink manufacturers and producers in Scotland to hear the latest research from academics and industry on reformulation. There will be a range of speakers sharing their expertise, techniques and new technologies on how to reduce, replace and enhance ingredients in product and how changes can affect nutritional density of food, ultimately changing the consumer’s health and wellbeing.

Confirmed Keynote speaker is the international speaker on Global Food and Drink Industry Issues Professor David Hughes. David is Emeritus Professor of Food Marketing at Imperial College London. He travels the world talking to businesses, trade associations, governments and conferences on global developments in the food and drink industry. A highly sought-after speaker wherever he goes, he has an unparalleled knowledge of global food issues and opportunities.

There will be a range of academic and industry speakers including;

Dr Emilie Combet Aspray, Senior Lecturer in Nutrition (Medicine) from the University of Glasgow, speaking on food nutritional quality.

Andrew Matheson, Postdoctoral Research Associate from the University of Edinburgh, speaking on fat replacement.

Dr Karen Scott, Senior Research Fellow from the University of Aberdeen, speaking on the importance of fibre in reformulation.

Dr Matthew Wilcox, Research Associate from Newcastle University speaking on alginates from seaweed to aid weight loss.

Martin Ruck, Head of Research and Development from Macphie.

There will be exhibition space with academics to showcasing their facilities and expertise and for industry to showcase their products.

We look forward to seeing you there!

Directions to BT Murrayfield Stadium: http://www.scottishrugby.org/murrayfield-stadium/directions