Could kids drive innovation in Scotland's business?

Could kids drive innovation in Scotland's business?

There’s never been a better time to start or grow your business in Scotland. 

However, a key challenge is shifting business perceptions, and ambitions for, innovation.

The Scotland CAN DO Innovation forum, led by Cabinet Secretary for Economy, Jobs & Fair Work, also suggests that there is a need to develop some truly collaborative approaches to tackling these issues.

That’s where Scotland’s school kids could come in. Could they be the key to unlocking innovation?

We think so.

 

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John Swinney backs the launch of TEF Scotland

John Swinney backs the launch of TEF Scotland

A new social enterprise has been launched, aiming to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs in Scottish schools.

First Minister and Cabinet Secretary for Education John Swinney said:

“This is a great example of one of the many ways we can support enterprise and entrepreneurship in our schools and inspire the next generation of young businesspeople. The Entrepreneur’s Foundation (TEF Scotland) have come up with an incredibly exciting opportunity for the young people involved...

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TEF Scotland pilot launched

TEF Scotland pilot launched

A new social enterprise has been launched, aiming to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs in Scottish schools.

TEF Scotland (The Entrepreneur’s Foundation) is bringing Scotland’s businesses and schools together to create and deliver innovative new products and services

The launch event at RBS Gogarburn in Edinburgh saw St Stephen’s Primary School from Coatbridge take part in workshops with three leading business organisations – Scottish Golf, Scottish Food & Drink Federation and Scottish Tourism Alliance.

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