• Richard Muir T

    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.

  • Jane Gotts

    Jane Gotts

    Jane Gotts, Founding Partner, GenAnalytics on the journey to diversity for employers and why it’s time to pick up the pace.

  • Chris Knowles

    Chris Knowles

    Guest blogger Chris Knowles from FPSG on how the dedication, teamwork and organisational skills required to succeed in sport are directly transferable to the workplace.

  • Martin Leonard

    Martin Leonard

    Guest blogger, Martin Leonard, COO of Castlight Financial, on why he enjoys working on the edge of Glasgow’s foodie scene and how the city is successfully attracting fintech talent

  • Hazel Little

    Hazel Little

    Hazel Little from Women Returners blogs about the Returners to Financial Services programme and how its success has led to the launch of a new programme later this year.

  • Alan Wilson

    Richard MacDonald

    Richard MacDonald from MacRoberts on the lasting impacts of moving office to the IFSD and how joining Glasgow Young Professionals was one of his best ever decisions.

  • Anant Avinashi

    Anant Avinashi

    Among the first students to complete a Masters in Fintech in the UK, Anant Avinashi reflects on his experience at Strathclyde, data as the new fuel and how there’s never a dull moment in Glasgow.

  • Nadine Poli

    Nadine Poli

    Guest blogger Nadine Poli on her career to date with NFU Mutual, her passion for people management, the variety of city life and the tranquillity of the Galloway Hills

  • Iain Brown

    Iain Brown

    Iain Brown talks working globally, living locally, legal outsourcing and alpaca walking.

  •  Matt Wardrop - Credit: Hannah Houston Photography

    Matt Wardrop

    Guest blogger Matt Wardrop on what makes Glasgow a great city, especially its Italian restaurants, his Rainmaker programme and his love of the West Highland Way (so good he’s walked it twice!).