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£1million boost for chemical sciences firm

12 December 2017

£1million boost for chemical sciences firm: SE landscape logo cmyk

More than 70 jobs have been secured, and further roles created, at a Dumfries manufacturing plant, with a grant to support innovation. DuPont Teijin Films (DTF) will increase their manufacturing capabilities with the £967,955 Scottish Enterprise funding.

Screen Unit proposal published

11 December 2017

Following approval from Fiona Hyslop, Cabinet Secretary for Culture, Tourism and External Affairs, the proposal for a Screen Unit within Creative Scotland, presenting a more collaborative inter-agency approach and clear leadership on public sector interventions and support for Scotland’s screen sector is published today by Creative Scotland.

National Manufacturing Institute for Scotland

11 December 2017

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Location announced for centre of excellence

Stirling benefits from £37m investment in Scottish manufacturing facility

07 December 2017

Stirling benefits from £37m investment in Scottish manufacturing facility: Superglass 022 a SA

A Stirling-based company is to benefit from one of the largest investments in Scottish engineering and manufacturing in recent years, doubling its capacity and creating new jobs on the site.

Subsea UK and Scottish Enterprise launch £15 million R&D funding call for underwater innovation

04 December 2017

Subsea UK and Scottish Enterprise launch £15 million R&D funding call for underwater innovation: David Rennie

Industry body Subsea UK in partnership with Scottish Enterprise has today announced that it has opened an R&D funding call for innovation projects to drive forward research and development projects between Scotland and Japan that will help solve the industry’s most complex technological challenges.

eCommerce analytics company E Fundamentals invests £2.5m in Scotland creating 26 new jobs

01 December 2017

UK eCommerce analytics company, E Fundamentals, is to invest in a new development hub in Edinburgh, which will be the London-based technology company’s second office. The move is creating 26 new jobs and being supported by Regional Selective Assistance support from Scottish Enterprise of £320,000 as part of the total investment of £2.5m.