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Entrepreneurial Scotland is Scotland's leading organisation for ambitious growth oriented entrepreneurs.
Established in 1995 with 50 founder members, Entrepreneurial Scotland now has some 400 members heading-up companies with a collective turnover of over £17 billion and employing 150,000 people and plays a pivotal role in Scotland's entrepreneurial ecosystem as the Voice of the Entrepreneur.
By providing opportunities to meet like-minded people and share experiences of growing a business - we inspire, inform, connect and support entrepreneurs to realise their full potential.
We encourage, promote and celebrate entrepreneurship, growth and wealth creation in Scotland and lead the drive to make Scotland a more entrepreneurial and confident society for the benefit of all.
We are a peer learning organisation (not a business development network) and simply exist to provide opportunities for like-minded ambitious business builders to share experiences of growth - principally through our programme of Events.
To get a real feel for the power of our events take a look at members' feedback in the Past Events section. Our Blog highlights many other examples of the practical learning that Exchange members take away from their peers.
Joining Entrepreneurial Scotland means tapping into the vast pool of knowledge and experience contained within the current membership. Our renowned and popular events are the delivery mechanism for the greatest benefit we offer - a community of people with the same entrepreneurial spirit as you, who can share their knowledge and help you build a stronger more successful business.
Malmaison, Aberdeen - 28 October 2014
Speaker: Andy Bird, Inoapps, www.inoapps.com Kathryn Reid, Business Growth Fund (BGF), www.businessgrowthfund.co.uk
Kama Sutra, Glasgow - 30 October 2014
Speaker: Andrew Dobbie, MadeBrave, www.madebrave.com
Registered in Scotland. Company registration number SC160976.
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