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A buffet lunch will be served in the Queen Mary Room of the Clyde Suite. This is your chance to mingle and discuss the latest innovations and future technology with colleagues and professionals alike.
A drinks reception and presentation of the Bronze and Silver IMI Awards certficates will be held in the Clyde Suite.
Are you a complete numpty, or do you have mair degrees than a thermometer? After a long hard day, what better way to relax with new and old friends than to take part in a calm, relaxed battle of general knowledge. The Glasgow-inspired pub quiz, with prizes for winning teams, and fun for all. The quiz will be held in the Clyde Suite.
For those that are keen for a healthy start to the day, there will be a short run / walk alongside the famous River Clyde. The 20-30 minute route will take you past some of the city's historical legacies, as well as the modern developments which breath new life into the river and the city. Meet in the hotel foyer at 07.00am in appropriate attire.
Lunch will be served in the hotel restaurant.
Refresh and recharge yourself with an ice-cream, there's a long night ahead! The winner of the Julie Dorrington Membership Award (New Voices) will be announced in this break.
Delegates should meet in the Clyde Suite for a drinks reception and conference photograph.
The Awards Dinner is a highly enjoyable and entertaining evening held to recognise the best in our field, by celebrating and showcasing outstanding work and service to our profession.
After the formal part of the evening is over, kick back and enjoy live music from Callanish. This well-known collective of musicians play a range of celtic and contemporary music. They went down a storm at the Cumbernauld Conference in 2009, and we welcome them back to finish this year's conference off in style!