From starting a business in your living room to a multinational company with operations across the world, how best to support and encourage Scotland’s entrepreneurs will be the focus of the 7th annual Business in Parliament event.
Scotland should get a fair share of Common Agricultural Policy funds and the European Commission needs to be honest about the timetable for reform.
Pupils from across Scotland will debate issues affecting them and their communities as part of an event taking place at the Scottish Parliament today.
The impact of renewable energy generation on communities and tourism will be the focus of an evidence session, being held today. This session will inform the Renewables Inquiry, launched by the Economy Energy and Tourism Committee in January.
Housing organisations, local councils and other bodies working to tackle homelessness in Scotland are gathering at Holyrood next week to meet MSPs ahead of a debate in the Chamber at 2pm that afternoon.
Construction companies are to be invited to submit fixed price tenders for the possible construction of an external security facility at Holyrood it was announced today.
Tickets for the public gallery will be available shortly for when the Trump Organisation gives evidence to the Economy Energy and Tourism Committee inquiry into the achievability of the Scottish Government’s newly revised targets within its 2020 Routemap.
The Carnegie Medal of Philanthropy ceremony is to return to the Scottish Parliament in October 2013 in celebration of the 100th anniversary of the Carnegie UK Trust.
The Presiding Officer Tricia Marwick MSP and Elaine Smith MSP have begun a series of engagements on behalf of the Scottish Parliament in New York to mark Scotland Week.
Sir Tom Hunter has been announced as the key note speaker for this year’s Business in the Parliament conference. Taking place in Holyrood on Thursday 7 and Friday 8 June, the focus is on Scotland’s entrepreneurialism.