• May Storrie

    May Storrie

    Philanthropist and entrepreneur, May Storrie CBE, Lord Dean of The Merchants House of Glasgow, writes about why she chose to become involved in Glasgow’s oldest social enterprise.

  • Claire Holland

    Claire Holland

    Claire Holland, Deputy CEO of charity Enhance The UK invites employers to review their policies and cultures to create a more accessible working environment for all employees.

  • Richard Muir

    Richard Muir

    Richard Muir, deputy chief executive, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, sets out the challenges ahead to tackle climate change and a just transition to net zero, while still driving economic recovery.

  • Anne Wexelstein

    Anne Wexelstein

    Anne Wexelstein, Career Ready’s director for Scotland on the organisation’s work helping Glasgow’s school students overcome barriers to future education and employment.

  • Lucia Real-Martin

    Lucia Real-Martin

    Lucia Real-Martin, executive director – markets, for ACCA on how the digital boom has opened a world of opportunity for finance students.

  • Hannah Green

    Hannah Green

    Hannah Green from Iconic Resourcing on valuable lessons learned from an accelerator programme for female entrepreneurs that focused on future growth.

  • Maria McConnell

    Maria McConnell

    Maria McConnell, Partner, French Duncan on how effective VAT planning is crucial with new business ventures and property development in Glasgow on the rise again and the emergence of smarter working spaces.

  • Chris Lowden

    Chris Lowden

    Chris Lowden from Nine Twenty Recruitment on how the quest for IT talent is more competitive than ever and why it is time to go ‘exclusive’ with your IT recruitment partner

  • Emma Stewart

    Emma Stewart

    Emma Stewart from Timewise reveals that, despite robust evidence of the business benefits of flexibility, 3 in 4 job ads in Scotland still don’t offer flexible working options.

  • Pardeep Cassells

    Pardeep Cassells

    Pardeep Cassells was AccessFintech’s first recruit in Glasgow in 2018. In this blog, she sets out why an innovative, dynamic, entrepreneurial Scotland has the potential to create its own tech unicorns.