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  • How will the push towards net zero carbon affect businesses?

    How will the push towards net zero carbon affect businesses?

    The UN climate conference in Glasgow at the end of last year had a specific focus on cities, regions and buildings.  This is because the built environment contributes around 40%of global carbon emissions. With a host of new commitments and pledges having been made, pressure will be on the real estate industry to make its decarbonisation commitments a reality. How buildings are constructed, maintained and operated will inevitably change and innovate as occupiers, lenders, insurers, investors and regulators all push towards net zero carbon.

  • Episode 2 of Dragons’ Den/The Apprentice

    Episode 2 of Dragons’ Den/The Apprentice

    Welcome to our weekly Dragons’ Den and Apprentice blog, where a member of Harper Macleod's entrepreneurial team will share their view of the latest episodes, give some professional insight to explain how we could have helped … and hopefully have a bit of fun along the way. This blog is from Solicitor, Angela Gizzi who works within the entrepreneurial team. The team have been involved in almost 200 transactions with a total deal value of more than £147m in the past three years, many of these being equity investments.

  • Episode 1 of Dragons’ Den/The Apprentice

    Episode 1 of Dragons’ Den/The Apprentice

    Welcome to our weekly Dragons’ Den and Apprentice blog, where a member of Harper Macleod's entrepreneurial team will share their view of the latest episodes, give some professional insight to explain how we could have helped … and hopefully have a bit of fun along the way.  The first blog is from partner Paula Skinner who heads up the team.