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WashR CEO Lesley Thomson at STAC Skypark Glasgow (by Stewart Attwood)

Smart Things Accelerator Centre scales up, agrees strategic partnership with Scottish Enterprise, and adds 13 new companies

  • Scotland’s first Internet of Things (IoT) accelerator enters a strategic partnership agreement with Scottish Enterprise
  • The 13 new companies accepted onto STAC 2022 will take overall portfolio to 26 companies
  • STAC in advanced planning to increase Glasgow HQ at Skypark to over 200 desk space capacity
  • New sponsors include Pivot International, and Jordan Talent Solutions
  • STAC CEO Paul Wilson: “Through STAC supported companies we will retain Scottish product development talent, who today almost exclusively study here, but then leave Scotland to take jobs elsewhere either in the UK or internationally”
Minister for Transport Jenny Gilruth

£28 million for zero emission heavy duty vehicles

The Scottish Government is providing £28 million across the next four years to accelerate the manufacturing and deployment of heavy duty zero emission vehicles.

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Cytomos Secures £1.6m Funding

Additional seed funding will advance cell analysis technology

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Scotland set to support green hydrogen revolution in Germany

Scotland is perfectly placed to become an exporter of green hydrogen to a ready-made market in Germany, a study led by industry and supported by the public sector has found.

The Executive Shaving Company team

The Executive Shaving Company becomes Scotland’s newest employee-owned business

Glasgow-based online retailer of men’s wet shaving and grooming items, The Executive Shaving Company, has become the latest firm in Scotland to embrace employee ownership with all staff taking a stake in the business

Robocean - 'Joe Ralphs and Hiro Onishi with Leah Pape Scottish Enterprise

Scottish EDGE invests £1.5 million into 40 early stage, high growth businesses

Scottish EDGE surpasses £20 million in award funding with more than 500 business supported

Clearwell Technology Director Bruce Cardno

Clearwell Technology undertakes feasibility trials for new tool to reduce oil and gas decommissioning emissions and costs

Aboyne-based energy technology start-up Clearwell Technology has undertaken a feasibility testing programme for a new tool that could halve the costs and emissions of well decommissioning projects following support from Scottish Enterprise.

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Scotland remains a magnet for global companies

Exceptional Foreign Direct Investment results announced

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New data reveals clearest picture yet of Employee Ownership in Scotland

New research commissioned by Co-operative Development Scotland (CDS), part of Scottish Enterprise, has given the clearest picture yet of Scotland’s employee-owned businesses* (EOBs) and their economic contributions

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First electric powered fire appliance for Scotland rolls into production

The Scottish Fire and Rescue Service has commissioned its first electric powered fire appliance supported by Scottish Enterprise and Transport Scotland and built by Emergency One. 

Scottish Government Economy Secretary, Kate Forbes at MiAlgae

Scottish Enterprise unlocks £2bn of private investment

Scottish Enterprise (SE) has unlocked more than £2 billion of private sector investment in early-stage companies operating in Scotland.

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Scottish Biotech company secures £2.2m to accelerate rapid disease detection technology

Dairy industry to benefit from ‘on farm’ system for rapid treatment of infected cattle