The Future of our High Streets in association with CMS

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Overview 

 
The high street as we know it is changing. As the retail, property and leisure sectors undergo rapid transformation, it’s time to think about what the next generation of our high streets will look like. 
 
The Herald “Future of our High Street” event, in association with CMS, will shine a spotlight on how innovators, retailers and policymakers are tackling the challenges and opportunities facing our towns and cities.
 
Will retail and leisure go back to normal or is it time to create a new kind of public realm for citizens, residents and visitors?
 
This virtual event will examine diversification and regeneration as we strive to invigorate the high street.
 

Speakers

 
Keynote speaker 
Vivienne King, CEO, Revo
 
Panel Members
Sophie Shannon - Associate Director, NewRiver REIT
Dr Jackie Mulligan - Founder and CEO, ShopAppy.com
Alan Anthony - Managing Director, Threesixty Architecture
Katie Nagy de Nagybaczon - Partner, CMS
Phil Prentice - Chief Officer, Scotland’s Towns Partnership
Miller Mathieson - Executive Director, CBRE

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Schedule

· Networking
Arrival & Online Networking
· Stage
Welcome
Scott Wright
· Stage
Keynote Speaker followed by Q&A
Vivienne King
· Stage
Panel Discussion followed by Q&A
Katie Nagy de Nagybaczon Sophie Shannon Jackie Mulligan Alan Anthony Phil Prentice Miller Mathieson
· Stage
Closing Remarks
Scott Wright
· Networking
Virtual Networking

Speakers

Vivienne King
Vivienne King

CEO, Revo

Katie Nagy de Nagybaczon
Katie Nagy de Nagybaczon

Partner, CMS

Scott Wright
Scott Wright

Deputy Business Editor

Miller Mathieson
Miller Mathieson

Executive Director, CBRE

Phil Prentice
Phil Prentice

Chief Officer, Scotland’s Towns Partnership

Alan Anthony
Alan Anthony

Managing Director, Threesixty Architecture

Jackie Mulligan
Jackie Mulligan

Founder and CEO, ShopAppy.com

Sophie Shannon
Sophie Shannon

Associate Director, NewRiver REIT

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Cameron

Booths

CMS

CMS

CMS Scotland - www.cms.law/Scotland

The Herald

The Herald

The Future of our High Streets