MindMate and MicroSense Technologies Ltd have just been presented with their prizes as joint winners of Converge Challenge 2016.
Entrepreneurial Scotland announces the finalists of the prestigious Entrepreneur of the Year Awards. Established over 20 years ago, in association with Deloitte and media partner, The Herald, the Awards celebrate Scotland’s top entrepreneurial talent.
Reactec, the market leader in monitoring and management platforms for hand and arm vibration (HAV), has won the prestigious Health & Safety award at the recent Speedy Expo Awards for their ground breaking HAVwear technology which impressed the judges.
Forth Ports and Augean North Sea Services (ANSS) announce today (14 November) a partnership that will bring a state of the art decommissioning waste management facility to the Port of Dundee.
Insights CEO Andy Lothian named Courier Entrepreneur of the Year Award. Win marks a year of international accolades and global award success for the professional learning and development company.
Lesley Thomson, Managing Director of Spreng Thomson, has been announced by Business Women Scotland as their Mentor of the Year.
Leah Hutcheon, founder and CEO of Edinburgh-based online booking specialist, Appointedd, has won Business Women Scotland’s International Growth of the Year award.
This is an historic week in design and for the heritage of Scotland. Royal Bank of Scotland will launch its brand new £5 note. The collaboration has also been shortlisted for the Commercial Award in the fifth annual Creative Edinburgh Awards.
The Forth Ports Board, Chaired by Lord Smith of Kelvin, visited the Port of Rosyth today (17 Oct) for a tour and briefing on the role that the port has played as the marine hub for the construction of the Queensferry Crossing.
Entrepreneurial Scotland’s Saltire Scholar Internship programme opens the doors for student applications. Saltire Scholar internships are open to undergraduate students from Scottish universities in their penultimate year of study and are fully funded.
Scottish-based business angel syndicate, Archangels, and the Scottish Investment Bank (SIB), along with members of the company’s management team, have invested a further £630,000 in Scottish microchip testing company, ATEEDA.
A landmark regeneration plan that could create around 1,000 permanent new jobs on the site of the former Diageo bottling plant in Kilmarnock was today (28th Sept) given the backing of East Ayrshire Council’s Cabinet.