March 29, 2017 at 11am - 3:30pm

The Charity Retail Association is the only organisation which represents charity shops in UK and we are delighted to be holding a Scotland Conference in Edinburgh in 2017.

Join us to hear how the association can work with you to represent your views and needs. We are lucky to be joined on the day by a plethora of fantastic speakers, making for a packed and varied agenda for the meeting.

Robin Osterley, our Chief Executive will be leading a session on The Future of CRA Services. Further speakers will be announced shortly.

We will also be running our ‘Conversation Stations’ section – themed, topic based discussion groups, with the topics decided by you. It is a great opportunity to share you experience and learn new things from your fellow charity delegates.

*Speakers at the event include Chief Officer of Scotland's Towns Partnership, Phil Prentice, who will talk on the subject of Scotland's Towns: Fighting Back*

It will also be an opportunity to meet and hear from our NEW Scotland Officer, a brand new post for the Association (specifically to support our Scottish Members).

A full agenda for the meeting will be made available shortly.

The meeting is FREE to attend for both our charity and corporate members.  The meeting will commence with teas and coffees at 10.30am, lunch will be provided and the meeting should end by 3.30pm.

Non-members of the Association can book onto the meeting for a small fee; £20 + VAT for charities and £45 + VAT for suppliers.

There will also be fantastic networking opportunities, a small exhibition and plenty of chance for you to feed into the work that we do.

Book your place at the meeting here.

For further information please contact Julia Cloke at julia@charityretail.org.uk or call the team on 020 7697 4080.

Details of our Cancellation Policy for all training, events, networking days and conference can be viewed here.

See original event page here.

WHEN
March 29, 2017 at 11am - 3:30pm
WHERE
Edinburgh Conference & Training Venue
Sponsored By …Connecting Scotland's Towns