The 10th EDGE has now passed and what a truly wonderful 2 days.
Thank you to our Speakers, Thank you to our Exhibitors and most importantly, Thank you to our Delegates.
Here is a snippet of our feedback…
“Thank you so much! I had a wonderful time and found it a really inspiring conference. I would absolutely love to come back to EDGE 2020 personally, so I’ll see if I can figure out a way to make it happen. Thanks again for your warm and splendid hospitality” Norwich
“Can I just say to you personally a massive Thanks and sincere gratitude for the warm welcome and excellent event you and your team provided. It was an absolute pleasure to attend and I cannot relay how much I enjoyed the speakers on both days.” Northern Ireland
“Thank you so much for such an amazing couple of days! I really took so much value from this conference. Meeting so many dedicated, driven, passionate people and hearing about the incredible things they have accomplished was uplifting and inspiring. Thank you!” Edinburgh
” Thanks for another fabulous EDGE conference. The conference is always inspiring and I have come away with plenty of food for thought. Good conferences don’t just happen by themselves and its all the work which goes on behind the scenes which make them run smoothly.” Glasgow
Can you afford to miss this? All delegate rates held.
The Importance of EDGE
The Scottish Government believes it is vital that adequate library services are in place across Scotland. Libraries offer crucial support to help people help themselves – to support literacy, digital participation, learning, employability, health, culture and leisure. They can improve the quality of people’s lives and support them to engage in the democratic process. We are fully aware of the commitment that local authorities have to maintaining good quality, innovative library services and the City of Edinburgh Council is at the forefront of this, having developed the EDGE conference as an opportunity to share good practice and discuss future developments.
Can you afford to miss it?
‘To paraphrase the great poet Apollinaire, whose centenary it is this year …
“Come to the edge,” we said. “We can’t, we’re afraid!” they responded. “Come to the edge,” we said. “We can’t, We will fall!” they responded. “Come to the edge,” we said. And so they came. And he pushed them. And they flew.”
EDGE is not about preaching to the converted:
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