07 Feb 2020
Next up on Glasgow Talks, get the scoop from the editor of The Herald and find out more about the importance of investing in your customers.
In February we will welcome Donald Martin, Editor-in-Chief of Newsquest Scotland, to the focus as guest speaker at The Lighthouse on 21 February.
Donald is an award-winning Editor, with more than 30 years’ experience editing national, regional, Sunday, daily and weekly titles across the UK. He is currently Editor-in-Chief of Newsquest's Scottish titles and Editor of The Herald and the Herald on Sunday.
Previously Head of Publishing for DC Thomson's magazines including The People's Friend, My Weekly, Scots Mag, Scottish Wedding Directory and No1 Magazine and Editor-in-Chief of DC Thomson Newspapers and Editor of The Sunday Post and Weekly News.
Former Editor of the Evening Times in Glasgow, the Evening Express in Aberdeen and the North West Evening Mail in Cumbria, deputy editor of the Cambridge Evening News. He won his first editorship at the age of 24, launching the Edinburgh and Lothians Post before going on to become Group Editor at Thames Valley Free Newspapers.
The following month Katie Milligan, Managing Director of customer, commercial and propositions at Openreach Ltd, will make her Glasgow Talks debut at 200SVS on 25 March.
Katie joined BT in 2004 after graduating from the Business School at the University of Strathclyde. She has held a number of roles across the BT Group, joining the Openreach division in 2009, where she has embarked on various commercial, product and programme delivery roles.
Katie is responsible for the entire Openreach £5bn product portfolio, defining and delivering new products and plays a key role in managing our relationships with Openreach’s 600+ customers. She is accountable for the creation of a number of significant business cases underpinning Openreach’s strategic network investments into rolling out fibre across the UK.
Glasgow Talks is sponsored by the Adam Smith Business School and recently renewed sponsor Clydesdale Bank. The events are the Glasgow Chamber of Commerce's monthly series of business seminars featuring influential guest speakers drawn from the business and political elite.
More information can be found on the upcoming Glasgow Chamber events via: https://www.glasgowchamberofcommerce.com/networking-events/