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The latest innovative ideas from Scotland’s universities and research institutions to be supported by Scottish Enterprise’s Proof of Concept Programme are announced today.
Increasing international trade opportunities for Scottish companies within the Asia Pacific market will be the focal point of a major conference in Hong Kong this week.
One of the UK’s leading independent music and media group is boosting its online operations with the support of Scottish Enterprise.
Scottish Enterprise announces today (4 September 2008) that Sarah Deas has been appointed as chief executive of Co-operative Development Scotland (CDS), a subsidiary of Scottish Enterprise which aims to grow the co-operative business sector in Scotland.
Former Olympic Champion and Deputy Chair of the London 2012 Nations and Regions Group Jonathan Edwards will be in Glasgow tomorrow (Thursday 4 September 2008) to encourage Scottish companies to take full advantage of the business opportunities offered by the London 2012 Olympic Games and Paralympic Games.
Scottish Enterprise will outline the ways in which it will continue to work with companies in Scotland during the economic downturn at its Annual Public Meeting in Dundee today (Thursday 28 August 2008).
Scottish Enterprise has launched its latest report on the offshore decommissioning market today at the Offshore Northern Seas (ONS) conference and exhibition in Stavanger.
A new approach to ensure senior business leaders can continue to help the management of Scottish Enterprise focus its activities on supporting economic growth has taken a major step forward today.
Research and development (R&D) investment continues to be a high priority for Scottish businesses. In the last six months, Scottish Enterprise has helped Scottish companies to collectively invest £100,886,996 in R&D projects, highlighting the importance these companies place on continuing innovation for competitive advantage.
Scotland’s first ever industry-driven strategy for the chemical sciences sector has helped encourage more than £220 million of investment in Scotland’s chemical sciences.
The latest innovative projects from Scotland’s universities and research institutions to be supported by Scottish Enterprise’s Proof of Concept Programme are announced today (30 June 2008).
The dynamic regeneration of the River Clyde is helping turn the river into a unique education resource and classroom for thousands of pupils.