December, 2018


Automation to provide better advice to people: apply for funding


Organisations can apply for a share of £150,000 to look at ways of automating updates to advice and information given to customers by Citizens Advice Scotland (December 3rd). The Citizens Advice Scotland website has more than 3,500 pages of content.... (Continue reading)

Minister Humphreys announces €29 Million in Government funding through the Regional Enterprise Development Fund


Minister for Business, Enterprise and Innovation Heather Humphreys TD today announced the results of the second round of the Regional Enterprise Development Fund, an open national competitive call to support regional projects, delivered for the Government through Enterprise Ireland (December... (Continue reading)

Council Leaders back call for ‘People’s Vote’


Scotland’s Council Leaders have backed the call for a ‘People’s Vote’ in relation to ‘Brexit’. The decision was taken at a meeting of Council Leaders in Edinburgh. Commenting on the decision COSLA’s President Councillor Alison Evison said: “COSLA’s position was... (Continue reading)

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Scotland remains open for business


Minister for Trade heads to Hamburg on trade visit (November 2nd). Scotland remains open for business with the EU remaining the single largest market for international exports, according to Trade Minister Ivan McKee. Mr McKee is flying to Hamburg this... (Continue reading)

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