The Scottish Centre of Excellence in Satellite Applications (SoXSA), based at University of Strathclyde, has secured funding to continue its mission for a further three years.
Scottish businesses are being invited to get involved with Strathclyde Business School’s ‘Engage with Strathclyde’ week to find out how they could work more closely with the university.
When the high cost of childcare made Catherine McCallum question her return to work, it gave her a unique opportunity to pursue her creative dream, and leave corporate life behind.
Owen and Nicola Hazel are the fourth generation of her family to run Jannettas Gelateria in St Andrews. With over 100 years of history and experience, they tell us how they’re preparing the business for generation five.
CodeClan, Scotland’s first SQA accredited digital skills academy, expects to train over 250 software developers in 2017 after a recent survey revealed that three quarters of businesses will turn to Scotland to hire digital talent this year, an increase of 15% on last year’s figures.
Smarter Grid Solutions (SGS) has announced its first international partnership, enabling its cutting-edge technology to be sold in new territories including Australia and The Middle East.
The 2017 Converge Challenge is set to showcase many high quality applications once again, underpinning its position as the leading entrepreneurial development programme for Scottish universities and research institutes.
Health, FinTech and multimedia start-up companies will showcase their vision of how to change the world of business to investors, venture capitalists, incubators, and academics at Deloitte’s Edinburgh Greenhouse.
Not content with simply founding PR specialists Aura, Laura Sutherland is also the person behind #PRFest. She tells us about her ambition, and why she hates a heavy handed typist.
When Megan made her first candles for her children’s school teachers, she was inundated with requests for more, and so making candles from her Outer Hebrides home became her business.