We are delighted to publish the fourth Chiene + Tait alumni newsletter.
This Winter 2020 edition features articles on C+T alumni Elaine Macadie, highlights how the firm is changing to be fit for the future and a recent events roundup, including confirmation of the next Alumni event, taking place on 28th May from 6 – 8pm at the Radisson Collection at the top of George IV Bridge (what used to be the Hotel Missoni).
We are delighted to publish the third Chiene + Tait alumni newsletter. This Summer 2019 edition features articles on C+T alumni Fiona Fleming, highlights C+T global opportunities and includes a roundup of events and what is coming up in the future.
We are delighted to publish the second Chiene + Tait alumni newsletter. This winter 2018 edition features articles on C+T alumni Fiona Brown, highlights recent C+T news and includes an article from our Corporate Finance Partner Paul Mason on the pros and cons of the gig economy.
We are delighted to publish the first Chiene + Tait alumni newsletter. This summer 2018 edition officially launches the alumni and features articles on ex C+T staffer Garreth Eve, highlights up and coming events, gives a snapshot of recent C+T social events and includes an article from our Managing Partner Carol Flockhart on how businesses benefit from female entrepreneurship.
A huge thanks to everyone who joined us at our first alumni event at the end of May at The Place in Edinburgh. A great time was had by all and we’re already looking forward to the next event that will be held at the same venue – The Place – on 21st November from 6pm – 8pm. To view all the photo’s from the evening, please visit our Facebook page here.
During conversations with clients about what they like most about Chiene + Tait, the consistent theme is the friendly and approachable nature of our people. Over the 135 years that the firm has existed, many people have contributed towards the success of the business.
Steve Jobs said that great things in business are never done by one person. They’re done by a team of people. This is exactly the reason why we have launched the Chiene + Tait alumni – to recognise the hard work from all current and ex staff members towards the success of the firm and share information between members, whether it be technical or social.
To celebrate the launch of the Chiene + Tait Alumni, we will host a party for ex colleagues and some current C+T staff members. To find out more about the event, please download the event invitation here –
Alumni Spring Event Invite.
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