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As we celebrate International Women's Day 2021, Scottish Enterprise board member and GlobalScot Dr Poonam Malik highlights the positive impact diversity can have on business
Scotland is playing a leading role to develop new technology that can help meet the challenge of global climate change, according to Scotland’s first analysis of the sector.
Our interim Managing Director, Neil Francis explains how Scotland’s commitment to inclusivity and net zero can be shared via our trading relationships
Virtual directory to raise international awareness of industry
Dunfermline-based ventilation company Sustainable Homes Scotland, trading as Paul Heat Recovery Scotland, has announced it has joined the growing number of employee-owned businesses in Scotland, with twelve staff given a stake in the business.
Three university-led projects have successfully received funding from Scottish Enterprise’s Low Carbon Challenge Fund and will support SMEs across industries from transport to energy – including a unique programme combining food and drink with computer games.
Our interim Director of Global Trade, Suzanne Sosna outlines how we are supporting Scottish companies following the end of the EU transition period
From alloys to aircraft parts - Lanarkshire cleaning specialist Proficio launches metal recycling service following Scottish Enterprise support
Proficio, a specialist cleaning company and chemical supplier, is launching a unique metal restoration service from its site in Bellshill, Lanarkshire, that will recycle metal waste from the manufacturing process and create sustainable solutions for a range of industries.
Inverness-based fresh produce provider Swansons Food Wholesalers has joined the growing number of employee-owned businesses in Scotland, with over 40 staff given a stake in the business.
Jobs boost as new global R&D centre to open in Edinburgh
Scottish health and fitness start-up SujiBFR today announced it has secured equity investment from a group of investors including Scottish Enterprise.
Xergy, a new tech start-up behind a cloud-based system that can help companies get ready for tomorrow’s economy through digital transformation, has secured £425,000 of grant funding from Scottish Enterprise.