Prickly Thistle Scotland Ltd are design and textile disruptors.
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Why Join Ceed?
- How We Work
CeeD works to solve the operational issues raised by our member companies and it is the nature of the problem itself that determines the way in which we respond. Uniquely, CeeD brings a focus to the coal face issues that your business operations face on a daily basis. Everything we do is driven by what our member companies specifically need to improve.
Most commonly, the challenge your business faces will be of a similar nature to that felt by other member companies. Where this common interest exists, we form 'Workshops' to address these challenges. A Workshop is simply a group of individuals drawn from companies which face similar challenges to your own and from companies which have existing expertise or experience of solving those challenges.
If your issue is unique to your company, then it is possible to engage in a one-to-one 'Project' with another member company or (more likely) an academic Partner to identify a solution. Indeed, many member companies are linking directly into academic expertise, accessing and utilising funded research programmes. All you have to do is ask.
As part of our next phase of growth CeeD have a vacancy for a Programme Manager to support delivery of the Advancing Manufacturing Cluster Builder.
CeeD are looking for an experienced Programme Manager to lead this exciting opportunity to help drive innovation across the manufacturing sector in Scotland.
For more info, and to apply, please visit Nine Twenty (Manufacturing & Engineering).