DYWDG event is back with a bang!

Developing the Young Workforce in Dumfries and Galloway (DYWDG) is once again working with partners, Energy Skills Partnership, Food and Drink Federation Scotland, DG College and the Crichton Trust to present a follow up to...

Brexit – what can your business do to prepare?

Brexit remains high on the agenda for many businesses and, despite news of a recent extension of the Brexit deadline from the European Union, businesses must remain prepared for all possibilities, including that of...

Ivory Solutions proves local is best

When you hear the term ‘local business’ you tend not to picture a company that has reach throughout Scotland and the rest of UK. Very rarely does a company manage to combine the operation...

A smarter vision in Fife

So many people take technology for granted these days. But have you ever considered the impact that today’s technology advancements have meant to the visually impaired? Stuart Beveridge is the assistive technology trainer at seescape...

Big data, huge opportunities

You don’t need to spend long chatting to Jarmo Eskelinen to pick up on his excitement at his new role as the man in charge of helping drive data driven innovation into the hearts...

Bring your own identity

From a consumer point of view, digital identity remains fragmented, exacerbating the issue of username and password overload. Consumers are dealing with too many digital identities, which leads them to conduct numerous account/password resets....

Tech employer engagement in schools is crucial to girls embracing a career in technology

Ronnie Corse, Head of Technology at Sky; Vice Chair - Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) West Lothian Regional Group Many school pupils weighing up their career path options will not necessarily be aware of the variety...

Engineering a success story in Dunbartonshire

An innovative company is flying flags on a number of fronts for Dunbartonshire including diversity, skills development, international trade and sustainability. Glenhead Engineering is already tearing up the rule book with a female Operations Manager,...

Go ahead for new bridge to transform Clyde Waterfront

A major project to transform the Clyde waterfront, connect communities and bring thousands of jobs and investment to the regional economy has taken a significant step forward. In November, Scottish Government ministers approved the Clyde...

Strathclyde Business School wins ‘Outstanding Contribution to Scottish HR’ award

The Business School at the University of Strathclyde was awarded ‘the Outstanding Contribution to Scottish HR award’ in November 2018, at the HR Network Awards. The award recognised Strathclyde Business School’s longstanding and sustained...
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