IoD Scotland opens the door to No10 Charlotte Square
IoD (Institute of Directors) members in Scotland – and from across the UK – are set to benefit from a new gathering place now that the professional body has opened the doors to its new flagship premises at 10 Charlotte Square in Edinburgh.
Members are now invited to take advantage of Scotland’s new leadership hub – located just a few doors from the First Minister’s residence on the north side of the Square.
The 3,000 sq. ft member venue and director development facility, which is now open to members and their guests, features a new members’ lounge, hot desk workroom, and a variety of meeting rooms, with the capacity for between two and 12 people, with views of the Castle and Charlotte Square Gardens.
The Boardroom, which seats 16, is also available for meetings – as is the Director Development room which has a 50-person capacity and a view to the Forth and beyond.
Executive director David Watt said: “At present, the IoD has around 2000 members in Scotland, and we look forward to welcoming them, along with other members from across the UK, to our new contemporary Scottish hub.
“In a location long celebrated as being at the heart of Scotland’s economic achievements, we hope to continue that tradition by supporting board directors to develop diversity of thought and purpose. Our new premises will help us to realise that goal, driving the ambitions of the IoD in Scotland, and our members.”