Speakers have been announced for the second Glasgow Business Summit, which will take place on October 12 at Strathclyde Business School.
North East swimming lesson company Nemo Swimming is scaling up by launching a UK-wide franchise programme.
UK employers are still keen to hire new staff despite a dip in confidence in the economy, but the right training and support for employees is needed to ensure they remain motivated and engaged, says leading training provider Intraining.
David Brazer of Ignition Training gives us an insight into what inspired him to launch his training social enterprise and how he made it happen...
The University of Westminster-backed UTC specialises in transport, construction engineering, technology and innovation.
Newcastle-based Housebuilder Bellway has appointed training and recruitment services provider, Learning Curve Group, as their Apprenticeship Levy partner.
The first of Ashford’s ‘Big 8’ projects to be completed, the new state-of-the-art £26m Ashford College campus, has welcomed its first intake of about 900 students.
KPMG’s 2017 recruitment drive will boost the firm’s Scottish offices, after doubling its apprentice headcount from six in 2016, to 12 this year. An additional 60 graduates are also expected to begin this autumn, bringing the total intake figure in Scotland to 72.
Nominations for the 2017 Scottish Export Awards, sponsored by HSBC in association with Scottish Enterprise & Highlands and Islands Enterprise, are now open.
More than 21,000 opportunities for young people to be inspired by local employers have been created thanks to a West Yorkshire Combined Authority programme.