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Dundee-based teamwear specialist Direct Soccer Limited is celebrating the expansion of its warehouse and installation of innovative automated machinery following an investment of over £1.9million supported by Scottish Enterprise that will also create 25 new jobs.
A project aiming to transform the future of the rail industry is underway at the home of Scotland’s railway heritage.
Scottish Enterprise has reached an agreement which could lead to the creation of hundreds of jobs and millions of pounds in investment on the banks of Loch Lomond.
TravelNest secures £1.8m from Silicon Valley Bank and Scottish Enterprise to help drive ‘staycation’ growth at vacation rental platform
Scottish start-up TravelNest has secured £1.8 million from Silicon Valley Bank UK Branch(SVB) and Scottish Enterprise to help drive ‘staycation’ growth and support a strong rebound from Covid-19.
Our interim managing director, Neil Francis outlines the support available for Scottish companies as the EU transition period comes to an end
Our Director of Global Investment, Mark Hallan was recently invited by Scottish Financial Enterprise to provide a guest editorial for its members - you can read his thoughts here
Work is underway to decarbonise Scotland’s transport sector and make Scotland a world leader in sustainable mobility.
Recovery plan for manufacturing sector
Scottish Enterprise (SE) today announced plans to approve large grant funding for up to 160 new company projects before the end of the financial year.
Local Energy Systems Scottish Industry Network set to transform Scottish energy system and support net zero targets
Energy Systems Catapult has been appointed to lead a Local Energy Systems Scottish Industry Network (LESSIN) and bring together manufacturers, project developers, technology companies and investors to cultivate the low carbon ecosystem in Scotland.
UserTesting a leading global provider of on-demand human insights to many of the world’s leading brands, today announced it has been awarded a grant of £3.2 million from Scottish Enterprise, Scotland’s national economic development agency.