• Melinda Matthews-Clarkson

    Melinda Matthews-Clarkson

    In this special interview with IFSD Glasgow, Melinda Matthews-Clarkson, CEO, CodeClan talks about the current technology industry landscape in Scotland, the evolution of the sector, her career and inspirations.

  • Dr Laura Lebec

    Dr Laura Lebec

    Dr Laura Lebec from the University of the West of Scotland writes about a research project funded by the Alzheimer’s Society which aims to support people with dementia in the workplace.

  • Lynn Richmond

    Lynn Richmond

    Lynn Richmond, Partner, Accredited Specialist in Intellectual Property and Certified Specialist in Cyber Security, BTO on the exponential growth of cyber crime in Scotland and how businesses can become more cyber savvy to protect their digital assets.

  • Eve Wallace

    Eve Wallace

    Eve Wallace, Chief Administration Officer, Glasgow Technology, Morgan Stanley on a new Digital Charter aimed at reversing a potentially critical decline in computing science learning in Scotland.

  • Lynne McNicoll

    Lynne McNicoll

    Lynne McNicoll OBE, chair and co-founder of It’s Good 2 Give describes the charity’s work, its impact on young cancer patients and their families and how it is meeting the challenges posed by the pandemic

  • David Davidson

    David Davidson

    David Davidson from Cushman & Wakefield discusses the challenging decisions business leaders face on future office requirements.

  • May Storrie

    May Storrie

    Philanthropist and entrepreneur, May Storrie CBE, Lord Dean of The Merchants House of Glasgow, writes about why she chose to become involved in Glasgow’s oldest social enterprise.

  • Claire Holland

    Claire Holland

    Claire Holland, Deputy CEO of charity Enhance The UK invites employers to review their policies and cultures to create a more accessible working environment for all employees.

  • Richard Muir

    Richard Muir

    Richard Muir, deputy chief executive, Glasgow Chamber of Commerce, sets out the challenges ahead to tackle climate change and a just transition to net zero, while still driving economic recovery.

  • Anne Wexelstein

    Anne Wexelstein

    Anne Wexelstein, Career Ready’s director for Scotland on the organisation’s work helping Glasgow’s school students overcome barriers to future education and employment.