Speakers

  • Rui Cardoso

    Pilot Manager, CivTech®

    Rui is the other CivTech® Pilot Manager. Coming from an academic background in economics he's keen to see the impact the pilot will have on the Scottish economy. Rui's previous roles as a Business Analyst and Kanban Workflow Lead for mygov.scot provides him with expertise and motivation to help make innovation easier in the Public Sector. Rui is a problem solver who will always give you a brutally honest answer.

    Rui Cardoso

    Sessions with Rui Cardoso:

    • Stirling and region: The digital challenges

  • Chris Bergin

    Policy Advisor, CivTech®

    Chris Bergin is policy adviser to CivTech®. He has 15 years of public sector experience, having previously worked as a journalist in Scotland. Over the course of his Scottish Government career, he has fulfilled a number of front-line communications roles, from media relations to corporate communications and emergency planning and response. Prior to joining CivTech®, Chris provided strategic and policy input to national digital public service programmes, supporting colleagues and stakeholders delivering the Scottish Government’s wide-ranging digital ambitions.

    Chris Bergin

    Sessions with Chris Bergin:

    • Stirling and region: The digital challenges

  • Keith Aitken

    Journalist and broadcaster

    Keith Aitken is an award-winning journalist, author, broadcaster and one of Scotland’s busiest conference facilitators.  In 1995, after more than 15 years’ on The Scotsman in senior editorial roles (notably Parliamentary Correspondent, Industrial Editor, Chief Leader Writer) he launched a successful freelance business and has since written for numerous UK and overseas publications, not least as a columnist for The Herald, Scotsman, Scotland on Sunday, and Holyrood Magazine.  He currently writes a weekly column, now in its 17th year, in the Scottish Daily Express, for which he also compiles a weekly prize crossword and reviews opera.  Keith is Scotland Correspondent for Public Finance magazine, author of a critically acclaimed history of the Scottish labour movement, and has worked extensively as a BBC radio presenter. He is a visiting lecturer at Edinburgh Napier University, and a Trustee of the National Mining Museum of Scotland.

    Keith Aitken

    Sessions with Keith Aitken:

    • Chair's Opening Remarks

      Keith Aitken
      Journalist & Broadcaster

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