25 January 2022 | Martin Fullard | CMW
Martin Fullard spoke to Neil Brownlee (pictured), head of business events at VisitScotland, prior to COP26, about the nation’s latest campaign to drive event legacy. COP26 is arguably the biggest global event the UK has seen in a generation. There are many ways in which this conference can be appraised, but there really is nothing more important than its legacy.
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