Brexit: Where Are We And What Does This Mean For Scotland?

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Rookie Oven, Fairfield Shipyard Offices

1046-1048 Govan Road, G51 4XS · Glasgow

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RookieOven is a 5-10minute walk from Govan underground, or if coming from the north of the city, take the first exit from the Clyde Tunnel onto Govan Road.

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Brexit. Six letters ubiquitous across our country for the past two and a half years, but how it will be shaped and the implications it will have for us all remain unclear.
Maria Fletcher and Tom Mullen from the School of Law at University of Glasgow will deliver a keynote speech summarising the legal implications on where things stand at the end of January and what this means for Scotland, specifically the business and academic arena.

Time: 6-8pm
Date: Tuesday 29th January
Venue: RookieOven - Fairfield Shipyard Offices|[masked] Govan Road

There will as always be be top notch grub to keep your hunger locked up, in-between the opportunity to network with fellow Gaitherin guests at the home to one of Scotland's most vibrant startup communities: RookieOven.

We will close with rapid fire pitches. If you have a burning idea, concept, or a novel project you're working on and would be open to the possibility of collaboration, get in-touch with Mike Gray at [masked] to book your 3-minute pitch slot.


The Gaitherin brings together Scotlands most innovative academic and business minds for a bi-monthly networking event. We start with a bite to eat and networking, then a short key note, followed by a round of rapid fire pitches, where anybody has a chance to pitch an idea, discuss a new concept or project for 3 minutes. At the Gaitherin we aim to find synergies between business and research, and look for areas where we can collaborate. Everyone is welcome, there's no limitation on areas of expertise.