October 3, 2022
St Andrews Business Club is looking to appoint two new Marketing Communications Interns. This is a great opportunity to work for a local, long-established
We have been invited by Fife Chamber of Commerce to attend on 4 October 2012 as guests at the Dunhill Hospitality Suite on the Old Course, St Andrews at a special Business Breakfast in celebration of the Dunhill Links Golf Championship which is being played at St Andrews, Kingsbarns and Carnoustie from 3rd
Major General Euan Loudon CBE, Chief Executive of St Andrews Links Trust will address us on the Business of Golf and How Business can work with the St Andrews Links Trust.
Euan has been at the helm of the Links Trust since early 2011 and took up this position following a successful period of being in charge of the Edinburgh Military Tattoo. Mr Loudon joined the army in 1974 and quickly rose through the ranks. He commanded the 1st Battalion, The Royal Highland Fusiliers, and in his final appointment, with the rank of major general, he was general officer commanding the army’s 2nd Division and governor of Edinburgh Castle.
In 1991, Mr Loudon was awarded the OBE for operational service in the Gulf as the chief of staff of the Desert Rats. In 2004 he was appointed CBE for operational service in Northern Ireland. He took up the position with the Royal Edinburgh Military Tattoo in 2007. During his tenure the company achieved record profits in 2009 and was given the Queen’s Award for Enterprise in the International Trade section.
The event will commence at 7.45am, with a light breakfast and refreshments and following presentations, discussion and networking the event will close at 9.15am. Guests will have the opportunity to remain on the Old Course for the remainder of the day to take in some of the excellent golf that will be on show free of charge. Full joining instructions including parking arrangements will be issued nearer the time to those who have confirmed their attendance.
There are eight places available which will be allocated on a first come first served basis – this is due to the restricted number of places available.