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Scotland’s carbon reduction ambitions progress with new charter showing commitment from industry and government
Scotland’s bid to achieve net zero carbon emissions by 2045 will take a major step forward today (27 November) with the signing of an agreement between the Scottish Government and the North East Carbon Capture, Usage and Storage Alliance (NECCUS).
A planning application has been submitted for the development of the National Manufacturing Institute Scotland (NMIS) situated at the centre of the Advanced Manufacturing Innovation District Scotland (AMIDS) in Renfrewshire.
A £6 million investment in leading software company IOTech Systems Limited (IOTech) will help establish a new HQ in Edinburgh and create more than 50 new job as it embarks on a global expansion programme.
Determination, confidence and ambition top attributes entrepreneurs need
Scottish Enterprise chief executive Steve Dunlop and School for CEOs managing partner David Sole have been appointed as among the first male ambassadors for Woman's Enterprise Scotland.
A Dundee tech firm with an online platform that helps convenience stores and traditional corner shops cash in on the growth in online grocery sales has raised a seven-figure sum to fund its expansion throughout the UK.
A Future Industry Leaders Programme (FILP) has been developed by Scottish Enterprise to support both the energy and skills transition and equip leaders for the future energy market.
Plans unveiled for future of site.
North-East Fife food processing equipment maker Foodmek is activating an ambitious growth plan after securing £500,000 funding for it from the Scottish Loan Scheme (SLS), part of the Scottish Government’s Scottish Growth Scheme.
As a delegation of Canadian Fintech leaders arrived in Scotland as part of a recent UK-wide trade mission, for one of the participants it marked a return home.
An online tourism data course, thought to be the first of its kind in the UK, has been created by Scottish Enterprise to help organisations better understand and use information to enhance their business and the first course begins on November 11.
The ‘Understanding Data in the Tourism Industry’ course is free and delivered by Edinburgh Napier University through funding by The Data Lab in partnership with Scottish Enterprise.
Responding to the announcement from SIMEC Atlantis Energy that the company has signed a contract to supply tidal generation equipment and offshore construction services to to Kyuden Mirai Energy for a demonstration project in Japan, Paul Lewis, Managing Director, International Economic Development at Scottish Enterprise, said: