The Herald set to hold first Property Breakfast

The Herald set to hold first Property Breakfast

THE big themes dominating the commercial property sector will be in the spotlight at a major business event at Skypark in Glasgow next week.

The Herald’s inaugural Property Business Breakfast, supported by aico, Brodies, First Port, Fore, Maxwell Bruce and Skypark, offers the chance to hear from a range of industry experts. These include Miller Mathieson, managing director for Scotland and Northern Ireland at CBRE, who will discuss the critical role played by the sector in the Scottish economy. He will be joined in a panel discussion by Johane Murray of Brodies, Tony Boyle at aico, Lisa Mulholland at Maxwell Bruce, and Stuart Stott of Fore.

Lynne Ginnelly, managing director at Maxwell Bruce, said: “Maxwell Bruce are delighted to be involved in The Herald Property Business Breakast.

“Lisa ,who will be joining the panel, is looking forward to an interesting discussion regarding the challenges the property and construction industry are facing and providing insightful solutions to these issues.”

The event will be held on Tuesday June 25 from 8am-10:30am at Skypark in Glasgow.

Stephen Ellis, Senior Asset Manager at Hermes Investment Management, the £34.1 billion manager behind Skypark, added:

“As one of the sponsors of the Herald’s inaugural Property Business Breakfast, it’s a privilege to hold the Herald’s event at our business community and we look forward to welcoming some new faces as well as friends from the property and business sectors next week.

“Skypark is Glasgow’s largest urban business park, at 560,000 sq. ft. across 6 buildings. It forms a cornerstone of the city’s economic strength and is located adjacent to the Digital Media Quarter and entertainment Hub in Finnieston.

“It currently houses 50 businesses of all sizes, with a workforce of almost 4,000 people in a range of dynamic, diverse companies from shipping, legal, design, animation, games testing and engineering and includes two of Scotland’s most significant space industry businesses. We have 12 technology companies with representation by product designers and software sectors.

“We are proud to sponsor the Herald Property and Business Breakfast and we appreciate how this initiative will bring the property and business sectors together, to make new connections and share thinking that will help us to adapt to the challenges that we all face together.”

To book tickets visit or contact Kirsty Loughlin on 0141 302 6016.