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18
May
CeeD News
Manufacturing Automation UK Over the years, there has been much debate with regard to automation and the impact it has on employment in the UK manufacturing industry. Much of this has been brought about by the promotion of Industry 4.0. In reality, it has been with us for years. Automation will... Manufacturing Automation UK
15
May
CeeD News
Accredited Living Wage employer, Mage Control Systems have been telling us how they have prioritised their staff’s mental health during the coronavirus crisis #InThisTogether Just before lockdown Janet Menzies the owner and operations director of Mage Control Systems, attended the Scottish Mental... #InThisTogether with Mage Control Systems
13
May
CeeD News
Cyber Security: Time to Change In a period of accelerated change where security experts predict a 40% increase in cyber-attacks, there has never been a greater need to protect your business and develop your cyber security capability. Address the cyber security skills your business needs through a... BSc (Hons) Graduate Apprenticeship Cyber Security, MSc Graduate Apprenticeship Cyber Security
13
May
CeeD News
A centre focused on carbon innovation is seeking entrepreneurs to join a programme that aims to get low carbon start-ups investment ready. The Edinburgh Centre for Carbon Innovation (ECCI) is recruiting for its EIT Climate-KIC Accelerator and ClimateLaunchpad programmes. The Accelerator programme...
08
May
CeeD News
Millions of people across the UK were furloughed on 80% pay The number of UK firms going bust tumbled by a third last month thanks to Government life-support measures but companies may face greater risks as the economy emerges from coronavirus, according to a report. The steep drop comes after the...
05
May
CeeD News
The Scottish Government has today (5 May) published further information, following the original publication COVID-19: A Framework for Decision Making. This update sets out further information about the challenges Scotland faces and provides illustrative examples of the steps that might form part of... Coronavirus (Covid-19): framework for decision making - further information
04
May
CeeD News
A face mask prototype that is aimed to help prevent the spread of coronavirus is being developed by a company in partnership with University of the West of Scotland academics. Fabric engineering company tensARC is creating the product Face Gaiter for use by members of the public, particularly in...
04
May
CeeD News
The coronavirus lockdown is leading to lasting changes in the way UK companies operate, according to new figures from the Institute of Directors. In a survey of hundreds of business leaders, four out of ten said their organisation had made adjustments that they intend to keep in place after...
30
Apr
CeeD News
A £100 million package of additional grant support for small and medium sized businesses (SMEs) and newly self-employed people opens for applications later today. The three separate funds will be administered by local authorities and Scotland’s enterprise agencies and will begin to pay out grants... £100m funds to help business
29
Apr
CeeD News
Scottish SMEs are missing out on thousands of pounds of unclaimed research and development tax credits, it has been claimed. Many businesses are unaware that they are eligible for this funding, which can be claimed against spending on research and development in a wide range of areas. In...

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