You are most warmly invited to meet with elected Fellowship Council Member Tanya Hine and Chairman Ann Packard, including the chance to celebrate the second VIBES Award won by Emtelle.
The purposes of the meeting are various:
To allow Tanya Hine to outline options via the RSA Scotland Venture Fund and the RSA Catalyst Fund.
To network over a light refreshments to consider developing a 2017 Catalyst Funded Borders Project, especially if you already have an idea in mind.
To debate and encourage the recruitment of additional Fellows in the Borders.
To offer “on the day” assistance with forthcoming events in Borders, notably an energy event at Borders College, Galashiels (on 16 April TBC).
To allow Fellows to celebrate the recent VIBES Award given to John Bathgate FRSA and his colleagues at Emtelle, and to hear something of this unrivalled global industry leader. As the first high-volume producer in the world of blown fibre tubing, Emtelle is known for the high quality of its product and has a comprehensive and proactive customer service programme.
Parking and Access
The Trinity Centre is wheelchair accessible. Parking is in adjacent roads and assistance will be available on request.
Please book your place at the top of this page and do let us know if you have any dietry requirements or access assistence.
If you have any questions, please contact Ann Packard: firstname.lastname@example.org
Location: Trinity Centre, Holy Trinity Episcopal Church, High Cross Avenue, Melrose, TD6 9SU