ARTICLE: Cyber Angels – Event Summary

By Samantha Leeman, Bright Purple Resourcing. Original article available here.

As part of Samantha’s exciting work with us all at Girl Geek Scotland, she did a fantastic job hosting the first GGS – Cyber Angels event on the 22nd of September at Codebase in Edinburgh.

Speakers at the event included Alison McAlroy – Information Security Manager; Chelsea Sievewright – Information, Risk and Security Consultant; Jamie Graves – CEO; and Laura Johnston – Associate Consultant. They all did a brilliant job inspiring the audience to consider a career in cybersecurity and put themselves out there as exceptional role models for attendees to look up to, in the world of cybersecurity.

With over 60 people attending, there was a real buzz in the room, and it was a fantastic opportunity for all attendees to meet new people and increase their network.

Chelsea Sievewright spoke about “the ripple effect” of cyber-attacks and that there is no metric to measure the impact that these attacks have on people and families creating unmeasurable stress and anxiety. Alison McAlroy from Tesco Bank told everyone her inspirational story of how she broke into the sector and secured her present role. She said, “Jump!! And the net will appear.”

Then Jamie Graves shared his experience so far as an entrepreneur, along with the business lessons he has learned as a ‘reformed academic’ in the form of cat pictures which brought some amusement to the audience. Jamie’s quote of the night was, “Luck is where opportunity meets great preparation.” To conclude, Laura Johnston spoke about the Cyber Threat landscape and her journey into cyber from a non-technical background. She left the audience with a thought provoking finish saying, “If you’re the smartest in the room you’re in the wrong room.”

The night culminated in a Q&A with the audience and the speakers, which was very well coordinated by Samantha.  She was even put on the spot with some excellent questions from the audience around recruitment in the sector, and how companies can go about attracting more women into their workforce.

Samantha said, “I would just like to thank everyone who attended and helped out with organising the event.  I am delighted that the event was such a success, and stay tuned for updates on “Cyber Angels” events we have planned next year.”

EVENT: Yard offer FREE afternoon seminar on SEO in Edinburgh

Event news from our chums at YARD:

As part of National Coding Week 2016, Edinburgh technical marketing agency Yard will be running an afternoon seminar in Edinburgh that will cover the essentials of search engine optimisation.

National Coding Week is an event that aims to offer adults an insight into digital industries, potentially opening the door to a new career.

WHEN: Monday, September 19, 2016 from 4:00 PM to 5:00 PM
WHERE: Events Space, Yard, 10 Rutland Square, Edinburgh, EH1 2AS

Yard’s Head of SEO Richard Falconer, who will be giving the presentation, said of the event:

“The promotion of the digital industry in the UK and working towards closing the digital skills gap is an important cause for everyone at Yard, which is why we’re delighted to be running an event in conjunction with National Coding Week for the second year running.

The seminar will cover the essentials of search engine optimisation and is ideal if you are a business owner or have responsibility for a website and want to understand some of the essential SEO techniques used to raise the ranking of websites in search.”

Admission to the Yard workshop is available to anybody in the area who is interested in learning a new skill and a limited number of free tickets are currently available via Eventbritehttps://www.eventbrite.com/e/a-beginners-guide-to-seo-seminar-national-coding-week-tickets-27539532483

EVENT: 100% Discount to first 15 Girl Geek Scotland Network members for ClimateLaunchpad Event

Our chums at ClimateLaunchpad have gifted us 100% discount for the first 15 Girl Geek Scotland Network members to attend their next ClimateLaunchpad event on Friday 9 September in Edinburgh:

ClimateLaunchpad has selected three winners to represent Scotland at their global final in Tallinn, Estonia later this year. This followed a European record-breaking 59 applications to the Scottish stage of the competition; the selection of 16 startups proceeding to the bootcamp stage; and an intense finals event where an esteemed panel of judges from the Scottish business community grilled the contestants.

On Friday 9th September from 1pm to 5.30pm at the University of Edinburgh Business School we are bringing the three ClimateLaunchpad Scotland winners back together to pitch again, in preparation for the global final in Estonia.

FIND OUT MORE ABOUT THE EVENT ON EVENTBRITE HERE

All three of the winning teams have female co-founders. Tickets are normally £21.29 – £48.38.

Girl Geek Scotland say a big thanks for the event discount! Take advantage of this event discount by using the following discount code quick! >>>

100% discount code: girlgeekscot can be used for 15 places at: https://climatelaunchpad-ecosse.eventbrite.com

LAUNCH: Digital Garage in Glasgow

News of the launch of the Digital Garage in Glasgow from our chums at Google:

Did you know that businesses with a strong online presence grow twice as fast as those without?

Keith Brown MSP, Cabinet Secretary for Infrastructure, Investment and Skills and Peter Barron, Vice-President of Google UK, are delighted to invite you to the launch of the new Digital Garage in Glasgow. Based in the Mitchell Library in Glasgow city centre, the Digital Garage will be a place where anyone can come and learn how to harness the power of the internet to grow their business and develop new vocational skills.

Please come along on Wednesday 21st September to hear more from Keith and Peter about what the Digital Garage will offer Glasgow and the region, and hear first-hand from businesses that have already used the Garage to develop their online presence. Following the launch and a light lunch, the Garage will officially open for its first training sessions.

We look forward to seeing you for the launch event:

To find out more and register now for our free training sessions, please visit g.co/GlasgowGarage.

ARTICLE: Introducing – Cyber Angels

By Samantha Leeman, Bright Purple Resourcing. Original article available here.

At Girl Geek Scotland our aim is to grow a community of professionals and entrepreneurs who are able to support each other at entry-level and throughout their careers in computing, creativity, and enterprise. A big part of this is ensuring that there are role models for everyone to learn from and aspire to.

The skills shortage in Cybersecurity is something that is and continues to be well documented; by 2018 there will be a global shortage of 4.2 million people who work in the sector. And according to (ISC)2’s latest study, only 6% of those working in the sector are women, a drop of 4% after the figure remained unchanged for 2 years at 10%.

Keen to address the lack of role models for women in Cybersecurity, Samantha Leeman from Bright Purple Resourcing, also one of our Event Managers at Girl Geek Scotland, is running an event in Edinburgh on the 22nd September at Codebase on Castle Terrace, 6pm, until 9pm.

We would encourage anyone reading this to join us on the 22nd; if you are currently working in, or interested in learning more about Cybersecurity. The event is FREE and a great opportunity for you to network, learn more about the sector, and of course meet some role models!

Speakers at the event include Alison McAlroy – Information Security Manager – Tesco Bank, Chelsea Sievewright – Information, Risk and Security Consultant – Prudential, Jamie Graves – CEO – ZoneFox, and Laura Johnston – Associate Consultant – PwC.

The world of Cybersecurity has moved from how the media depicts a Cybersecurity expert; typically; a nerdy male sat alone on his laptop in-front of a black screen with green coding.

One of the key skills that employers are looking for is “communication”. Some of the biggest challenges people working in the sector currently face are; communicating with multiple stakeholders; and delivering business objectives whilst ensuring risk management continues to be prioritised.

Studies over the last 30 years have consistently indicated that women are better communicators than men; and these skills are important than ever, as the Cybersecurity sector continues to adapt to changing technologies.

Chelsea Sievewright – Information Risk and Security Consultant at Prudential said, “I’m delighted to be speaking at Girl Geek Scotland’s even on the 22nd of September, it’s great to have the opportunity to pass on my knowledge in a supportive and relaxed environment. Samantha is doing a brilliant job organising this event in Edinburgh, and I’m really looking forward to it. It is a wonderful opportunity to network with other women working in Information Security and also showcase the great talent we have in Scotland. It’s no secret that women are severely underrepresented in the sector and I’m always looking for ways to help promote it to younger women.

Events like these provide a channel for collaborations and new ideas on how we can help bridge the skills gap in the future.”

So come and join Girl Geek Scotland for FREE on the 22nd September at Codebase 6pm – 9pm, you are all welcome. Event link here. (This is event is sold out as of 1 September, but there is an active waiting list so do put your name down and you will be notified if tickets become available).

EVENT: Girl Geek Scotland Speaker Event: Cybersecurity – Cyber Angels

Join us for our FREE Cybersecurity speaker event, on the 22nd of September from 6 – 9pm at Codebase in Edinburgh. 


Learn more about the sector, network with some geeky people, and of course meet some role models!


We welcome newbies considering entering into this career, people currently working in Cybersecurity, and anyone who is interested in learning more about how Cybersecurity will affect us all.

As usual Girl Geek Scotland will provide plenty of time for networking, wine and nibbles.


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Register to attend this event on Eventbrite here


Speakers

  • Alison McAlroy – Information Security Manager – Tesco Bank
  • Chelsea Sievewright – Information, Risk and Security Consultant – Prudential
  • Jamie Graves – CEO – ZoneFox
  • Laura Johnston – Associate Consultant – PWC

Agenda

6.00 – 7.00pm Registration & Networking
7.00 – 8.15pm  Presentations & Q&A
8.15 –  9.00pm Networking & Wrap up.


Refreshments

Wine/soft drinks and canapes. (Not a full dinner event)


About this event

Keen to address the lack of role models for women in Cybersecurity, Samantha Leeman from Bright Purple Resourcing, also one of our Event Managers at Girl Geek Scotland, is running this event.

The skills shortage in Cybersecurity is something that is and continues to be well documented; by 2018 there will be a global shortage of 4.2 million people who work in the sector. And according to (ISC)2’s latest study, only 6% of those working in the sector are women, a drop of 4% after the figure remained unchanged for 2 years at 10%.

There is a massive opportunity for anyone considering this career path!


Girl Geek Scotland

At Girl Geek Scotland our aim is to grow a community of professionals and entrepreneurs who are able to support each other at entry-level and throughout their careers in computing, creativity, and enterprise. A big part of this is ensuring that there are role models for everyone to learn from and aspire to.

Girl Geek Scotland welcomes people from all gender identities, physical abilities, neurotypical and atypical people, religions and ethnicities. We ask everyone attending to show respect for others at all times.


GGS Event Policies

Please refer to our Anti-Harassment Policy and Event Photography / Videography Policy as set out on our website. Your acceptance of which is assumed should you register to attend one of our events.


With thanks

With enormous thanks to our partners, sponsors and suppliers who help us make this happen. They are:

Zonefox

ZoneFox makes it simple to align your security needs with your business needs by giving you crucial visibility around data movement across your organization, exposing existing security gaps and ensuring you’re compliant.

Codebase

Codebase is the largest technology incubator in the uk and one of the fastest growing in europe.

EdinburghNapierUniversity

Now home to over 18,000 students from over 100 countries, we first welcomed 800 students as Napier Technical College in 1964. However our story goes back to the time of John Napier, the brilliant sixteenth century mathematician and philosopher from whom we take our name. When you come to Edinburgh Napier University, you’ll study at one of our six specialist schools. Each of our schools is an impressive institution in its own right, with world-class facilities, academics, researchers and international links.

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Bright Red Triangle (BRT) offers a comprehensive set of professional/personal development activities for students and graduates in partnership with key stakeholders within and beyond Edinburgh Napier. Our focus is on improving the enterprise skills and employability of our students and graduates while instilling them with an entrepreneurial mindset. We offer business incubation services, paid consultancy experience as well as design thinking and design your future courses to our current and past students.

EVENT: GGS Mentoring Community: Find Your Mentor!

Looking for a mentor / mentee in the technology industry?

This event is for you!

Girl Geek Scotland’s Mentoring Community

We are working to build a fantastic community and make it easy as we can for interested people to find mentors in their area. If you are looking for advice or guidance from those working in your industry, in similar situations, on how to get into the industry, how to handle difficult situations, or almost anything we will find you a mentor to work with you.

The Girl Geek Scotland Mentoring Community is running its first live networking event for anybody who wants to be part of the mentorship community. The event and the mentoring community is open to people of all genders, over 18-years-old.

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Mentor / Mentee Networking Event, August 2016

This event is taking place at Waverley Gate in Edinburgh in August. We will start off with a brief presentation on why mentoring can be particularly useful for both sides of the relationship. Following up will be quick fire ice breakers in small groups but the majority of the session will be around small group discussions about what you are looking from a mentoring relationship and setting a first meeting up with a potential mentor.

  • Cost to attend: FREE.
  • Refreshments available: small snacks, drinks.
  • What you need to bring: This is a networking event so don’t forget your business cards!
  • What we need from you: For entry to the building we will need some basic information about you in advance. We will contact you about this before the event.

 

Register to attend our networking event on Eventbrite here

 

Also, why not sign up for our Mentoring Community online

Register to be a Mentee and / or Mentor.

If you’re looking for a mentor in the technology or related sectors why not join our mentoring community. Similarly if you are looking for the opportunity to grow your skillset and help others then signing up to be one of our mentors could be exactly what you are looking for.

It will only take 5 minutes to sign up for the community, any information you share with us will be private, but we will use it to find you the best mentee / mentor. Sign up to the mentoring community here.

What happens once I register?

We aim to pair you up with the perfect person for you whether a mentee or mentor and make those initial introductions.

 

GGS Event Policies

Please refer to our Anti-Harassment Policy and Event Photography / Videography Policy as set out on our website. Your acceptance of which is assumed should you register to attend one of our events.

 

 

With thanks

With enormous thanks to our partners, sponsors and suppliers who help us make this happen. They are:

 

Amazon Development Centre Scotland in Edinburgh is responsible for devising and growing innovations for Amazon around the world. Small teams of developers, designers and leaders run major parts of Amazon’s business, technology and operations. From interactive UI design to large-scale distributed systems and machine learning, we do whatever it takes to deliver great products and experiences for our customers.

This is a place where you can make a real difference to customers by inventing, enhancing and building world-class software and delivering amazing results. We offer exceptional opportunities to grow your technical and non-technical skills by working on exciting and challenging projects.

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Enigma People Solutions are a multi award winning recruitment consultancy, specialising in contract and permanent vacancies across: Digital Media, Software Development, Electronics, Technology Sales & Marketing, Technology Support, We offer a professional, flexible, and honest consultancy service to businesses across Scotland, The UK, and internationally.

CathcartAssociates

Cathcart Associates was founded by a team of the country’s most successful recruiters, with a desire to show that good recruitment consultancy should provide a service which is simple, professional and effective. Their approach demonstrates that recruiting technical talent can be simple, seamless and enjoyable, and provides a service which adds value at every stage of the recruitment process. They are an agile and independent organisation with no parent group and are able to offer a more cost-effective solution, allowing investment more freely into their database and advertising reach.

SpringPersonnel

Spring Personnel specialise in all aspects of office based and industrial recruitment. Their expertise lies in the provision of flexible staffing programmes, developed to ensure that clients receive a comprehensive staffing service. Their consultative approach is designed to ensure that each client experiences a service that is relevant to their recruitment strategy and organisation. From one-off assignments to totally managed recruitment programmes Spring Personnel has the expertise and resources to deliver a full range of recruitment services, addressing the entire recruitment cycle.

Administrate

Administrate are a dedicated team that are passionate about making lives better through software. They spend most of their day talking to, developing for, and thinking about training providers (their customers) and their students. Their software helps training companies and training departments manage their entire business. Their integrated online system includes three products that focus on making training administration easier, helping deliver outstanding e-learning, and assisting in keeping websites up-to-date.

InformaticsVentures

Informatics Ventures supports globally ambitious technology companies headquartered in Scotland. Through practitioner-led entrepreneurship education and community networking, they prepare and equip Scotland’s technology entrepreneurs to scale up internationally. Engage Invest Exploit (EIE), their flagship technology investor showcase, connects Scotland’s most exciting and innovative young companies with investors from all over the world and prepares them for the process of securing investment. There is no bigger platform for Scottish businesses than EIE.

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SICSA The Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA) is a Scottish Funding Council Research Pool, comprising 14 of Scotland’s Universities. Our goal is to develop Scotland’s research excellence in Informatics and Computing Science (ICS) by supporting and facilitating collaboration among our members.

EdinburghNapierUniversity

Now home to over 18,000 students from over 100 countries, we first welcomed 800 students as Napier Technical College in 1964. However our story goes back to the time of John Napier, the brilliant sixteenth century mathematician and philosopher from whom we take our name. When you come to Edinburgh Napier University, you’ll study at one of our six specialist schools. Each of our schools is an impressive institution in its own right, with world-class facilities, academics, researchers and international links.

BRT working logo

Bright Red Triangle (BRT) offers a comprehensive set of professional/personal development activities for students and graduates in partnership with key stakeholders within and beyond Edinburgh Napier. Our focus is on improving the enterprise skills and employability of our students and graduates while instilling them with an entrepreneurial mindset. We offer business incubation services, paid consultancy experience as well as design thinking and design your future courses to our current and past students.

MENTORING: Girl Geek Scotland Mentoring Community

It’s now been almost a month since our workshop on Making The Most of Mentoring. How time flies! I first of all want to thank those who attended the workshop – we had a fantastic turn out and feedback has been extremely positive!

So what’s next for the mentoring community?

We want to do more to build a fantastic community and make it easy for our Girl Geeks to find mentors in their local area. If you are looking for advice of other women in similar situations, on how to get into the industry, how to handle difficult situations, or almost anything we will find you a mentor to work with you. Similarly if you are looking for the opportunity to grow your skillset and help others then signing up to be one of our mentors could be exactly what you are looking for!

  1. Register to be a Mentee and/or Mentor.

    It will only take 5 minutes to sign up for the community, any information you share with us will be private, but we will use it to find you the best mentee/mentor. Sign up to the mentoring community here.

  2. What happens once I register?

    By the end of July we aim to pair you up with the perfect person for you whether a mentee or mentor and make those initial introductions.

When is the next event?

In August we will also be holding our first networking event. This event will be for potential mentees / mentors to get to know one another in an informal setting. More news to follow soon.

We are still exploring how best to run a Mentoring Programme and would welcome input from the wider community, find our contact details here.

Follow us on Twitter @girlgeekscot or sign up for our mailing list to be kept informed of all future Girl Geek Scotland events.

A huge thanks goes to our sponsors for this ongoing commitment: Edinburgh Napier, Bright Red Triangle, Enigma People Solutions, Spring Personnel, Cathcart Associates, Administrate, Amazon Development Centre Scotland, Informatic Ventures and SICSA.

EVENT: Making The Most of Mentoring Workshop

On Saturday 4th June 2016 on a lovely bright morning Girl Geek Scotland and partners held a kick off event for our Mentoring programme >

Making The Most of Mentoring Workshop.

Informatics Ventures hosted the venue at the University of Edinburgh School of Informatics and Suzanne Doyle Morris of the Inclusiq Institute took us through a fascinating workshop session looking at practical strategies at how to make the most of a mentor.

Participants of all genders at every stage of their career in the technology and related sectors attended. Here are some pictures of the day:

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With enormous thanks to our partners, sponsors and suppliers who helped us make this event happen. They are:

ScotlandJS

ScotlandJS is the beating heart of the JavaScript community within Scotland and is now in its fifth year. Events attract both local and international speakers and attendees with a very unique, welcoming and diverse feel.

Enigma People Solutions Logo - Copy

Enigma People Solutions are a multi award winning recruitment consultancy, specialising in contract and permanent vacancies across: Digital Media, Software Development, Electronics, Technology Sales & Marketing, Technology Support, We offer a professional, flexible, and honest consultancy service to businesses across Scotland, The UK, and internationally.

CathcartAssociates

Cathcart Associates was founded by a team of the country’s most successful recruiters, with a desire to show that good recruitment consultancy should provide a service which is simple, professional and effective. Their approach demonstrates that recruiting technical talent can be simple, seamless and enjoyable, and provides a service which adds value at every stage of the recruitment process. They are an agile and independent organisation with no parent group and are able to offer a more cost-effective solution, allowing investment more freely into their database and advertising reach.

SpringPersonnel

Spring Personnel specialise in all aspects of office based and industrial recruitment. Their expertise lies in the provision of flexible staffing programmes, developed to ensure that clients receive a comprehensive staffing service. Their consultative approach is designed to ensure that each client experiences a service that is relevant to their recruitment strategy and organisation. From one-off assignments to totally managed recruitment programmes Spring Personnel has the expertise and resources to deliver a full range of recruitment services, addressing the entire recruitment cycle.

inclusiq institute

The InclusIQ Institute develops serious educational games on unconscious bias and inclusive leadership, which have been popular with clients such as the Law Society of Scotland, Equate Scotland and the University of Edinburgh Business School.

Administrate

Administrate are a dedicated team that are passionate about making lives better through software. They spend most of their day talking to, developing for, and thinking about training providers (their customers) and their students. Their software helps training companies and training departments manage their entire business. Their integrated online system includes three products that focus on making training administration easier, helping deliver outstanding e-learning, and assisting in keeping websites up-to-date.

InformaticsVentures

Informatics Ventures supports globally ambitious technology companies headquartered in Scotland. Through practitioner-led entrepreneurship education and community networking, they prepare and equip Scotland’s technology entrepreneurs to scale up internationally. Engage Invest Exploit (EIE), their flagship technology investor showcase, connects Scotland’s most exciting and innovative young companies with investors from all over the world and prepares them for the process of securing investment. There is no bigger platform for Scottish businesses than EIE.

sicsa-logo

SICSA The Scottish Informatics and Computer Science Alliance (SICSA) is a Scottish Funding Council Research Pool, comprising 14 of Scotland’s Universities. Our goal is to develop Scotland’s research excellence in Informatics and Computing Science (ICS) by supporting and facilitating collaboration among our members.

Amazon is an American electronic commerce and cloud computing company with headquarters in Seattle, Washington and offices around the globe. It is the largest internet-based retailer in the world. Amazon has separate retail websites for United States, United Kingdom and Ireland, France, Canada, Germany, Italy, Spain, Netherlands, Australia, Brazil, Japan, China, India and Mexico.

EdinburghNapierUniversity

Now home to over 18,000 students from over 100 countries, we first welcomed 800 students as Napier Technical College in 1964. However our story goes back to the time of John Napier, the brilliant sixteenth century mathematician and philosopher from whom we take our name. When you come to Edinburgh Napier University, you’ll study at one of our six specialist schools. Each of our schools is an impressive institution in its own right, with world-class facilities, academics, researchers and international links.

BRT working logo

Bright Red Triangle (BRT) offers a comprehensive set of professional/personal development activities for students and graduates in partnership with key stakeholders within and beyond Edinburgh Napier. Our focus is on improving the enterprise skills and employability of our students and graduates while instilling them with an entrepreneurial mindset. We offer business incubation services, paid consultancy experience as well as design thinking and design your future courses to our current and past students.

 

More news about Girl Geek Scotland’s 2016 Mentoring Programme to follow!

SUMMER SCHOOL: MIT and Harvard Come to Stirling to Deliver Summer School for Scottish Entrepreneurs

From our friends at Scotland Can Do Scale:

MIT AND HARVARD COME TO STIRLING TO DELIVER SUMMER SCHOOL FOR SCOTTISH ENTREPRENEURS

Scotland Can Do SCALE to host entrepreneurship experts

19th May 2016, Scottish entrepreneurs with ambitions to grow their businesses are being encouraged to register for a free place at the Scotland Can Do SCALE summer school, taking place at Stirling University in August.

Confirmed speakers for the programme include Bill Aulet, Managing Director of the Martin Trust Centre for MIT entrepreneurship, and author of 24 Steps to Disciplined Entrepreneurship and Noam Wasserman, professor at Harvard Business School and author of The Founders’ Dilemmas.

The innovative residential training course will cover topics including building a team, knowing your customer, succession planning and accelerating and exiting a business.

The programme is targeted at those who have already started a business and have big aspirations for growth, with 70 places available which are fully funded for eligible entrepreneurs. The four day summer school will commence at 6pm Sunday 31st July and runs until Thursday 4th August.

To attend this year’s summer school entrepreneurs must first complete the online training devised by leaders in entrepreneurship at MIT, accessed via the Scotland Can Do SCALE website www.cando.scot/scale

The online course should be completed by 31st May and entrepreneurs who complete the course will be eligible to apply for the summer school. Successful applicants will be invited to attend a selection day on the 27th or 28th June in Glasgow, in which this year’s summer school cohort will be chosen.

Eleanor Mitchell, Head of High Growth Ventures, Scottish Enterprise said, “We’re delighted to be hosting 70 entrepreneurial business leaders in Stirling this August who will get access to expert tuition from MIT and Harvard. This programme has been described as life changing by entrepreneurs who took part in last year’s pilot. It’s tough to start a business and it doesn’t get any easier when you want to grow. We’ve designed this course to offer you a practical approach, a set of tools and access to a group of like-minded leaders to help you to the next level. We can’t wait to meet the 2016 cohort.”

Funded and delivered by Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Scottish Enterprise and the Scottish Funding Council, and sitting under the Scotland Can Do government banner, the SCALE programme aims to develop a cohort of Scottish entrepreneurs who are capable of building world-class businesses.

To take part in this incredible opportunity, entrepreneurs should visit the www.cando.scot/scale website and register today.

To find out more watch the Scotland Can do SCALE video here:

Scotland Can Do SCALE – info@scotlandcandoscale.com

Twitter: @SCALEScotland

Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SCALEScotland

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