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ECIE 2011
15-16 September, Aberdeen, Scotland, UK
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Aberdeen Business School - Conference Venue

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Aberdeen Business School

Conference Location


The conference was hosted by the Centre for Entrepreneurship and held at:

Aberdeen Business School
Robert Gordon University
Garthdee Road
Aberdeen
AB10 7QE

Tel: +44 (0)1224 262000

See the Googlemap here or by typing ECIE 2011, Aberdeen into Google Maps.

University information


Link: http://www.rgu.ac.uk/about/faculties-schools-and-departments/aberdeen-business-school/aberdeen-business-school

Conference Dinner venue

The conference dinner was held at Pittodrie Football Stadium, home of Aberdeen football club. It will be preceded by a guided tour of the Maritime Museum.

General information

The third most populated city in Scotland, Aberdeen has been settled for at least 8,000 years. Nicknamed the Granite City, because of the number of buildings made of Granite, Aberdeen lies between the Dee and the Don rivers – the true translation of it’s name being the mouth of two rivers. Once an active commercial centre for quarrying (Waterloo Bridge and the terraces of the Houses of Parliament both use Aberdeen Granite), textiles, fishing, shipbuilding and paper making, Aberdeen is now better known for its links to the Oil industry and for electronics design and development. Culturally, there are a number of museums and galleries and the city plays host to the annual International Youth Festival, Jazz Festival, Student Show and a literary festival.

You can find more information on the Tourist Information website or through the links at the bottom of this page.

Other useful links

(Please note: ACL are not responsible for the content on external sites).

Tourist information website for city

Tourist Information Official tourism site
Aberdeen Convention Bureau the Conference support section of the local council

Visit Scotland Guide to accommodation and attractions

Aberdeen Today Visitor information on Aberdeen and the surrounding area

 

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