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Highlands and Islands Enterprise
Young Enterprise Scotland
Approx 50 pounds per meeting.
Scotland's only Innovation Consultancy
The Entrepreneurial Exchange
Scottish Development Finance
They can help find new products or technologies from across
the UK and Europe. They can also promote technologies and
innovations for commercialisation or further development
Deliver business support services to a broad range of companies and organisations in software, innovation, biotechnology, e-business and intellectual asset management.
They have a key role in helping start-ups, established businesses and organisations in these sectors based throughout Scotland.
Scottish Financial Enterprise
ICASS is a government initiative, supported by European Funding, which
provides specialist advice and counselling for Scotland's inventors and
small innovative companies
Centre for Entrepreneurial finance (Scottish Enterprise)
Scottish Equity Partners
The Queen's awards for Enterprise
National Endowment for Science, Technology and the Arts
Grantfinder is the most comprehensive database of UK and EU
funding, including grants, loans, subsidies and other incentives. http://www.grantfinder.co.uk/
British Venture Capital Association (BVCA)
Help with building prototypes. Highly recommended.
From the inventor of the clockwork radio
Organised know how
LKT Business Solutions
Scottish IS - the trade body for IT in Scotland
Useful info on company startups
Federation of Small Businesses
British Bankers Association. Has a useful search engine to
compare business bank accounts
CSSA is the trade association for the IT services and software
sectors, representing the interests of companies in these sectors since 1975. CSSA currently has over 600 member companies representing approximately 80% of the industry by turnover with combined revenues of more than 14 billion pounds in 1998.
In addition CSSA's business growth service provides support and
advice to a further 700 young, hi-tech companies.
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