• Alisdair Gunn

    Director, Framewire & BIMA Scotland Council Member

    A highly respected and trusted leader, Alisdair is recognised as one of Scotland’s prominent professional advisers amongst Scotland’s technology sector and is passionate about commercialising innovation.

    Alisdair now heads up Framewire, Scotland’s leading professional services firm which specialises in Strategy, Business Design, Investment and Market Analysis as well as growing emerging technology, digital and creative start-ups/SME’s focused on Mobile, Data, FinTech, AI/ML, SaaS and IoT.

    Combined experience in private and public sectors, Alisdair previously held senior positions at PA Consulting within their Digital Business and Government practices as well as heading up the Interactive Scotland tech accelerator, focused on growing Scotland’s Digital Economy.

    Alisdair focuses on delivering trusted, independent advice and is recognised as having one of the most extensive networks of connections amongst the international digital and technology industries where he accelerates the revenue and equity investment of the organisations he supports.

    Prior to Framewire, Alisdair was responsible for leading product design, development and management at Philips, Hewlett-Packard and Agilent Technologies as well as founding the Turing Festival, Edinburgh’s International Technology Festival. 

    Alisdair is an active board member of the UK’s digital industry association BIMA in Scotland and is the strategic adviser to the Seed Haus tech accelerator and Legal Tech startup Amiqus. 

    Alisdair  Gunn

    Sessions with Alisdair Gunn :

    • Chair's opening remarks

    • Chair's closing remarks

      The Chair will summarise the mornings discussion that will be fed into the Digital Scotland 2018 Conference which will take place on 21st June in Glasgow.

  • Nicola Graham

    Head of ICT Aberdeenshire and SOCITM National President

    Nicola Graham

    Sessions with Nicola Graham:

    • Digital Update

      In this session hear from the key organisations driving forward Aberdeen's digital economy.

  • Paul Zealey

    Skills Planning Lead, Skills Development Scotland

    Paul is Skills Planning Lead at Skills Development Scotland, and has lead responsibility for the national skills agency’s strategic relationships within his city region and for oversight of key sectors including digital/ICT. Paul has worked in economic development in Scotland for 25 years, both as an independent consultant and with leadership roles in Scottish Enterprise, CSV and the Glasgow 2014 Commonwealth Games. His non-executive directorships include Digital Xtra, Scotland’s pioneering digital skills charity.

    Paul  Zealey

    Sessions with Paul Zealey:

    • Panel Discussion: Closing the digital skills gap

      Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire have big plans to drive forward the regions digital economy but do we have the skills to support its potential? Hear from the Aberdeen's world class educational institutions and key stakeholders in how they are working to close the digital skills gap.

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29 May 2018 Marcliffe, Aberdeen

Digital Cities 2018 - Aberdeen and the North East

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