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Gateway event to highlight links between Aberdeen, Houston

Delegates at last year's Aberdeen-Houston Gateway
Delegates at last year's Aberdeen-Houston Gateway

Granite PR is gearing up for the sixth annual Aberdeen-Houston Gateway this month.

The event celebrates the business links between the north-east of Scotland and Houston, Texas.

It will be held at the Macdonald Norwood Hall Hotel in Aberdeen on Wednesday, March 21.

Speakers from both sides of the Atlantic will share their experiences of UK and US markets and examine how to further strengthen the links between the cities.

Speakers include Ewen Cameron, of Scottish Development International, Jeffrey Blair, of Greater Houston Partnership, Lorna Ramsay, of Houston Grampian Association, Frank Landreneau, PKF Texas, Andrew Derry, of British International School of Houston, and Simon Mills, of Robert Gordon’s College.

Granite PR managing director Brett Jackson said: “It is fitting that, during our landmark year, the Aberdeen-Houston Gateway returns with another celebration of the very special relationship which exists between these exciting and vibrant cities.

“Both Aberdeen and Houston have been fundamental to the growth and success of Granite PR throughout our first ten years in business, therefore we are delighted to create and share another opportunity to educate, innovate, collaborate and communicate.”

He added: “Hopefully this year’s event will further consolidate the Aberdeen-Houston Gateway’s reputation as a springboard from which businesses can explore and grow links to diversify, add value and flourish.”

 

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