• Ginny Wilde

    Ginny Wilde

    With historical roots in the city, independent law firm Burness Paull continues to have a major presence in Glasgow, on Bothwell Street, in the heart of the IFSD. HR Business Partner Ginny Wilde explains how a switch to remote working led to a new approach on rolling out a mentoring scheme at the firm.

  • ACCA Scotland vice-chair named in Disability Power 100

    Elaine Boyd

    Elaine Boyd, associate director of Audit Scotland and vice chair of ACCA Scotland tells her inspiring story fighting for the rights of disabled people and refusing to allow cerebral palsy to limit her life or her achievements.

  • Kristine Steele

    Kristine Steele

    Kristine Steele, Head of HR and Operations at Redspire on staying connected during flexible working, the value of developing and updating a health and wellbeing kit and the importance of being kind to each other.

  • Cade Wells

    Cade Wells

    Cade Wells, business development manager, CENSIS, reflects on how Glasgow’s smart city push may rely on tech – but it also needs Glaswegians to help shape the city’s future

  • Rebecca Scott

    Rebecca Scott

    Rebecca Scott, vice president, Operations at Morgan Stanley in Glasgow on how volunteers from Morgan Stanley contribute to the Healthy Glasgow project in Sighthill and how the pandemic has forced a change of approach, to ensure the local community is supported.

  • Nikki Slowey

    Nikki Slowey

    Don’t ditch offices because of homeworking success. Nikki Slowey, co-founder and director of Flexibility Works, sets out her views on the need for employers to think creatively about the world of work going forward.

  • Basil Demeroutis

    Basil Demeroutis

    Basil Demeroutis, FORE Partnership, developer of the Cadworks office development in the IFSD reflects on how living through the pandemic has created the opportunity to reset the way we live and work, to move forward towards a better, cleaner, more equitable community.

  • Daniel Brophy

    Daniel Broby

    Guest blogger, Daniel Broby reflects on the creation of the latest innovative fintech company to emerge from Glasgow’s entrepreneurial ecosystem.

  • Kristine Steele

    Kristine Steele

    Kristine Steele, Head of HR and Business Operations at Redspire on why kindness matters for a mentally healthy workplace.

  • Louis Schena

    Louis Schena

    Louis Schena, founder of Swipii, the Glasgow based fintech reflects on the personal challenges facing business owners during the Covid-19 crisis. Swipii’s app enables communities to discover, connect and get cashback at local businesses.