Scottish Spirits and Brews
SCOTTISH INTERNATIONAL WEEK | 20.10.28 – 20.11.02
SUBSCRIBE TO OUR
Subscribe to our YouTube channel to see all our original ScotWeek content! Celebrity interviews, VIP chats, event coverage and much, much more.
The Scotsare famous for their brew and wee drams of “Uisce beatha”, but how well does it really do in the US? Join us in taking a look at how Scottish beer and whisky is enjoyed socially in the US, similarities and differences between US-Scotland, the challenges of selling and serving in the US in general and amidst a pandemic, and why these special liquids can help bring even virtual global diasporas together in community.
SCOTTISH SPIRITS AND BREWS FEATURING:
- Alastair Boase – Owner, MacLeod Ale
- David Laird – Luxury Portfolio Specialist, William Grant & Sons
- Nicholas Pollacchi, CEO, The Whisky Dog
- Jennifer Wren, Ambassador for Jura and Dalmore
- Dan Rustein, President, Laduma
- Kelsey Deanne – Vice President, ScotWeek
- Cindi McIntosh – President, ScotWeek
Scottish International Week 2020
From ScotWeek’s series of panel discussions during Scottish International Week – a week-long online conference uniting Scottish leaders from around the world who can share their experience, their insight, and how we together can support Scottish business. Join us as we broaden our horizons, inspire, and discover global opportunities and celebrate our shared culture, innovations, competitive advantages, and future opportunities.
Sign up for the replays here: www.ScottishInternationalWeek.com
Hosted by ScotWeek President Cindi McIntosh and Vice President Kelsey Deanne.
Sponsored by the Scottish Business Network. Scottish Business Network is an organisation created to facilitate greater communication and connectivity between a network of the leading Scottish diaspora around the globe in order to proactively assist and support Scottish based companies expand internationally.
Up Next . . .
Hover over image carousel to scroll through. Click/tap highlighted image to view post.
Leave a ReplyWant to join the discussion?
Feel free to contribute!