Cold Comfort Scotland has gone from strength to strength and has built up a strong reputation as a vital source of learning and networking. It's the only conference and exhibition dedicated to professionals, engineers, decision-makers and leading private sector partners in the Scottish winter service sector. As such it is not only the best place to hear the latest news, insights and case studies about how to manage the road network at times of freezing and extreme weather, but it is also the best networking event in the calendar, supporting collaborative learning and best practice sharing.
Even better still, it's now free for public sector delegates to attend, with competitive rates for the private sector.
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Exhibition & Sponsorship Prospectus
Take advantage of the exhibition and sponsorship opportunities available to your business to increase your bottom line for 2023. This is a prime opportunity to meet in person once again with existing and new clients to showcase your products, services and create valuable business partnership.
New to Cold Comfort Scotland this year...
Your national first: A dedicated emergency exercise and planning event at Cold Comfort Scotland 2023, sponsored by Norse Highways, to put your resilience to the test.
Jim Baird Deputy Director of Resilience, The Scottish Government
Mike Harper Independent consultant to Aisin,
Andy Mather Police Scotland Inspector, Transport Scotland Liaison
Lieutenant Colonel Andy McCombe Retired military officer, civil resilience practitioner, trainer and exercise planner,
Gary Neill Road Services Manager, Stirling Council
Robyn Smith Communications Manager for Mobiie, Traffic Scotland National Control Centre
Carol Valentine NWSRG interim chair,
Paul Wilkins Network Response & Winter Service Engineer Traffic Management Group, Devon County Council
Natalie Wood Principal Engineer (Quality & Resources) with Roads & Infrastructure Services, Aberdeenshire Council