David has hosted around 300 in-person and online events.
From two-day policy conferences to intimate round-table discussions, he has hosted a wide range of public, private and third sector clients across the UK.
He has a specific interest in technology, data, legal affairs, rural issues and general public policy.
David re-shaped his business when the pandemic hit and has hosted more than 50 virtual events from webinars to full-day conferences across all main online platforms.
He has also hosted two podcast series for The Scotsman, Data Capital (with the Data Driven Innovation initiative) and FutureWork (with Skills Development Scotland).
Before launching his own business in 2009, David worked for daily newspapers for 20 years, latterly as Senior Assistant Editor at The Scotsman.
He is still a writer and editor, as well as an events consultant and public relations/public affairs adviser.
Away from work, he is a father of four mostly grown-up children (and two dogs), a passionate coastal rower and an enthusiastic footballer of declining ability.