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CeeD Managing Director, Joe Pacitti, is featured in today's Scotsman (31 July) talking about how we need to balance the economy and environment as we come out of lockdown with a stronger focus on the sustainability of our planet.

Do you want to help Strathclyde PHD student carry out research into Augmented Reality?

She is seeking volunteers for intuitive and enjoyable smartphone tasks.

Alexander Dennis Ltd move closer to achieving their commitment to a zero emissions fleet with the delivery of first 29 BYD ADL Enviro400EV double deckers to Natonal Express Midlands.

CB Technology Managing Director, John Cameron, talks to CeeD about their multi-million pound expansion plans and how having firm financial foundations is not only enabling them to survive the Coronavirus storm but also enabling continued growth in the years ahead.

SCDI have published their report in partnership with the Clean Growth Strategy Group and membership.
They urge Scotland's response to the Climate Emergency which has not gone away to be tackled with the same urgency as the COVID 19 health emergency. An ambitious "Green Stimulus" could be used to kick start the economy creating green jobs and delivering a clean growth model.

Seize the summer to upskill your team with CodeClan’s Summer School courses from 2 days to 5 weeks.
Interactive virtual classroom - Tech and data courses to help boost your team’s productivity

Now and post-pandemic, there may never be a greater demand for digital and tech-savvy skills. This is why CodeClan has launched its Summer School: a series of short and knowledge-based courses to improve the understanding of Data and Programming.

Celebrate International Women in Engineering Day (#INWED20) 23 June this year. Celebrate success and celebrate impact #shapetheworld

With the current pandemic being the focus of the entire world, other issues have rightfully taken a back seat. Topics that just a few months ago seemed so important are now discarded. Interestingly enough, the pandemic and its repercussions have also generated some surprisingly positive impacts to our world. In some areas, the skies are bluer, the water is cleaner, and wildlife are returning. This provides some hope that we as humans can help heal our earth.

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Scottish Business Cares Mentoring Programme

SBC is offering a 1-2-1 mentoring service for organisations who need immediate support in overcoming challenges brought on by Covid-19.
Each participant will get a total of seven hours of mentoring from a business leader with knowledge and experience relevant to their specific situation. Mentors are drawn from a variety of industries including entrepreneurs and venture capitalists.

An unexpected side effect of the Covid-19 pandemic has been the cooperation and sense of camaraderie among many communities.
While stories of individuals helping vulnerable neighbours are well-known, less discussed is the sense of solidarity that has arisen among the Scottish business community.

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