A few months after joining Knowledge Transfer Network (KTN) as CEO, I am delighted to report that the business-university-graduate engagement continues to make its mark across Scotland, demonstrating significant impact for those involved.
Perseverance – and support from Interface – enabled social entrepreneur Kathryn Pierce to turn a dream into a reality, bringing the first LGBT+ MBA scholarship to Scotland. Teale Failla is the first recipient of the scholarship at University of Edinburgh Business School. We caught up with Kathryn and Teale to find out more about why the scholarship is so important and the impact it has had both for Teale and for the wider LGBT+ community.Read More
Kirker Europe Ltd, maker of premium nail polish, were matched by Interface's Carol-Ann Adams to James Hutton Institute for a research project which is helping them remain competitive in Europe.
We asked Technical Manager Graham McGregor a few questions about the collaboration.Read More
Interface’s Lorna Watson has been supporting self-published author and innovator Alexander McCabe in the development of his book The Christmas Present. We asked him a few questions about the impact academic input had had on his successful literary endeavours and why calling Interface could lead to exciting places for any business.Read More
Dr Susie Mitchell’s team at Glasgow City of Science and Innovation are the custodians of VentureFest – a festival of discovery and innovation which culminates in the inaugural CAN DO Innovation Summit this month. Here she explains why the event is a must for any Scottish SME.Read More
In a world of rapidly changing technology and evolving visitors, how can visitor attractions and tourism businesses continue to successfully engage visitors and exceed their expectations?Read More
A joint research project with Abertay University explored the challenges and barriers to help young people access support for life and work through access to the arts.Read More