• Craig Vickery

    Craig Vickery

    Craig Vickery, CEO, The Merchants House of Glasgow on corporate social responsibility and why simple changes can have a big impact.

  • Richard Muir

    Following the trail blazed by Adam Smith

    As the 300th anniversary of the birth of Adam Smith approaches later this year, Richard Muir, Deputy Chief Executive of Glasgow Chamber of Commerce discusses how Smith’s ideas can help the modern business world face today’s biggest challenges.

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    Nicola Hutchinson

    In this guest blog, Nicola Hutchinson, Programme Officer for Scotland Loves Local explains the rationale and benefits of the gift card which has already been used by 1,600 businesses in Glasgow.

  • Killian McAleese

    Killian McAleese

    Killian McAleese, from data training experts CodeClan, shares the top 8 skills that employers require for data analyst roles.

  • Alisdair Gunn

    Alisdair Gunn

    Alisdair Gunn, Project Director for Glasgow City Innovation District on how the Innovation District is helping support the growth of financial and FinTech businesses in the city.

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    Richard Muir

    Richard Muir from Glasgow Chamber of Commerce on Glasgow’s resilience and social values, the international interest in the city and how stunning countryside nearby makes for a great work life balance.

  • Richard MacDonald

    Richard MacDonald

    Richard MacDonald, Senior Associate from MacRoberts on how forthcoming changes on climate reporting and pensions dashboards could drive further much needed engagement between pension providers and their members.

  • Ketty Lawrence

    Ketty Lawrence

    Ketty Lawrence, Digital Economy Project Manager, Skills Development Scotland and vice chair, Scotland Women in Technology

  • Mark Mulholland

    Mark Mulholland

    Mark Mulholland, Partner, Wylie & Bisset, on the tactics and approach SMEs should adopt to cope with the current cost-of-living crisis.

  • Richard Muir

    Richard Muir

    Richard Muir, deputy chief executive, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce sets out the compelling case for the Clyde Green Freeport bid to be selected as one of the two Green Freeports in Scotland.