The Centre for Engineering Education and Development (CeeD) is working to build a national engineering community in Scotland, bound together by a common aspiration to improve operational efficiency, effectiveness and ultimately profit. These inaugural awards taking place at the Glasgow Hilton Hotel on Thursday 28 February 2019, will recognise & celebrate the achievements of some of the best established businesses in Scotland, along with the rising stars in the industry. Organisations from any sector in Scotland are invited to participate in the sponsorship of our 2019 Awards.
Opportunity to be associated with one of the Industry’s leading trade bodies in Scotland
Naming rights for pre-dinner drinks reception
Opportunity to present an award on the night
Exposure in any media coverage in run up to & immediately after the event & sponsorship to be credited in any press releases
1 complimentary table of 12 at the event
50% Discount for any additional tables booked
Company logo to be displayed prominently on screens throughout the event
Company logo with http link on CeeD website
Full page full colour advert placed in prominent position in event programme
Prominent space in exhibition area and/or displayed in prominent position throughout event room (if required)
Photographic opportunity with Guest Speakers & Winners
Potential to reach new and existing customers through any media coverage
Shereen Nanjiani was the main presenter of STV’s 'Scotland Today' news programme for nearly twenty years and is still one the best known faces in broadcasting in Scotland.
She joined STV straight from university in 1983, having achieved an MA Honours in Philosophy at Glasgow University, and began as a trainee journalist working her way up to be a reporter and then presenter.
Over the years Shereen reported on major stories from Lockerbie and Dunblane to the opening of the new Scottish Parliament.
She’s also reported on major international events, covering stories in Romania, South Africa, Pakistan, Zambia and Eritrea.
In addition to news she has presented documentary series, hosted live debates, award ceremonies, and Election Specials.
Shereen left STV in May 2006 to go freelance.
Since then she has been working with BBC Scotland where she has her own Saturday morning radio show “Shereen”, a mix of topical chat and interviews. She also co-presents BBC 2 Scotland’s Thursday evening current affairs show Timeline.
She also hosts corporate events.