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COVID-19 is creating considerable concern across Scotland at the moment. While the priority is understandably the health and safety of us all, we recognise that this is also an incredibly uncertain time for businesses.
The Fife-based hoist manufacturer will expand production of its Get Up Safe system for technicians working on wind turbines.
A technology company specialising in digital assets has announced it will be the latest international firm to expand into Scotland.
Scotland’s future tourism strategy, ‘Scotland Outlook 2030’ was officially launched this morning at the Scottish Tourism Alliance Signature Conference in Glasgow.
Boeing and Scottish Enterprise have signed a new strategic agreement, called the Boeing Scotland Alliance, that will explore opportunities to work together in Scotland, with the aim of doubling Boeing’s supply chain - which could be worth tens of millions of pounds to the Scottish economy - and creating 200 new quality jobs over the next five years.
From the race track to the North Sea, data is everywhere - find out more at DataFest Aberdeen 11 March
A special event as part of DataFest is taking place in Aberdeen on Wed 11 March to highlight projects from a data centre powered by the ocean to using data to reduce energy industry carbon emissions with speakers including former F1 pit crew member Marc Priestly.
First Minister Nicola Sturgeon emphasised the importance of research and innovation as she opened a major new manufacturing facility in Prestwick. The Spirit AeroSystems site will produce spoiler wing components for Airbus’ A320 aircraft using leading edge automation technology, creating more than 100 jobs and helping secure the long-term future of aerospace production in the area.
Positive Forecast for Scotland as Cloud-Based Tech Company Heads to Glasgow With Scottish Enterprise Support
An American-owned company specialising in eProcurement and eFunding solutions will deliver a jobs boost for Scotland following a grant from Scottish Enterprise.
Leading Aberdeen gas flow measurement firm, GM Flow, has secured a combined six-figure investment from the Scottish Investment Bank (SIB), the investment arm of Scottish Enterprise, and two Scottish equity firms as it continues to further develop its game changing gas flow technology for the oil and gas market.
A Fife family owned company that can trace its origins back 160 years to the mid-19th century is looking to the future after receiving a Scottish Enterprise RSA award.
Scotland’s reputation as a global fintech base has been enhanced after hosting a visiting delegation of sector leaders from Japan.
Scottish Enterprise and partners unveil plans for new community based around world-leading research hub