DC Thomson Events provide creative solutions to bring brands to life and engage with key audiences via the platforms of trusted content and strong local connections across Scotland.
Following the success of last year, The Courier Business Awards are returning to Dundee for 2017. A marquee within the grounds of The Apex will host the largest event of its kind in the area and will celebrate business success from Tayside, Fife, Perth and Angus.Read MoreBuy Tickets
In association with Aberdeen Inspired, The Evening Express Retailer Awards are back for their third year, and now with a whole new look. The awards are our way of recognising and supporting the local and national businesses at the heart of our communities in Aberdeen and Aberdeenshire.Read MoreBuy Tickets
Every brand and every business have great stories to tell and DC Thomson Events offer the unique opportunity to promote these in front of engaged and captive audiences.
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We’ve flown in a 19 piece band from Paris to perform for the first time in Scotland at the annual celebration for the Oil & Gas industry – The Press & Journal Energy Ball.Find out more
Engaging with the future generation is important to us too! Why else would we welcome over 600 senior school pupils to a Skills & Opportunities Show? We wanted to inform and inspire them to discover opportunities in the workplace and help them to make their decisions for the future.Find out more
Then there are the up-close networking breakfasts giving the opportunity to meet and put questions to the likes of Sir Tom Farmer, Jim McColl OBE and The Lord Advocate.Find out more
Vows Awards is quite a party – 600 people from the Wedding Industry get together to celebrate the best suppliers the Scottish Wedding Industry has to offer. Hosts of this energetic lot have included Elaine C Smith, Des Clarke and Craig Hill.Find out more
The Sunday Post Broons Awards hosted by self-confessed Broons fan Lorraine Kelly of course, were part of the 80 years of The Broons & Oor Wullie celebrations. Many a weel-kent Scot joined the party to celebrate the nation’s ordinary families doing extraordinary things.Find out more