Nine female-led companies representing Tayside, Falkirk, Glasgow and Edinburgh have been shortlisted as Growth category finalists for this year’s AccelerateHER Awards. They include Dundee-based on-line diabetes management support business, My Diabetes My Way; Cascade Water Products, an Arbroath-based manufacturer of domestic micro greywater re-use systems; and Little Riot, a company founded by a Dundee University … continue reading.
Thriving Survivors, set up by Ashley Scotland, is a unique training and support service that enables people who have experienced a physical or emotional trauma to take control of their recovery and this ranges from ill health to bereavement to being a victim of crime. A survivor of sexual and domestic abuse founder Ashley realised … continue reading.
After a couple of sleepless nights and, cramp in my fingers from crossing them so tightly. I am absolutely thrilled to be typing that Pixey has been awarded the Young Scottish Edge Award. This month, the Young Scot Edge winners will be attending the Royal Bank of Scotland conference centre to be presented their winning … continue reading.
Semi-finalalist from our 2016 AccelerateHER competition Mhairi Towler set up Dundee-based Vivomotion, which makes science animations to help explain complex subjects. Mhairi shared some of her experience of the AccelerateHER competition and her advice to other entrepreneurs … What motivated you to enter AccelerateHER 2016? I wanted to gain some more exposure for Vivomotion and … continue reading.
Ashley Scotland is just weeks away from receiving charitable status for her business, Thriving Survivors. The Investing Women team caught up with Ashley after she attended one of our Day with the Angels events earlier this year and we were so inspired by her amazing and courageous story. Ashley is a domestic abuse and rape … continue reading.