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Latest articles from Craig Daniels
Entrepreneurial Spark's Impact Report paints the big picture of startup and growth in Scotland and UK
The release of the Entrepreneurial Spark Impact Report 2017 has lived up to the hype and definitely blown our minds here in the Harper Macleod offices. The figures show that all of the enablement and hard work by the enablers and Entrepreneurs over the last year has resulted in Entrepreneurial Spark's strongest year to date, and confirmed its place as the world's largest free business accelerator.
What lessons can Scottish startups and SMES learn from the recent Facebook/Oculus case involving an intellectual property dispute with another tech business, ZeniMax?
Start-up figures don't tell the full story when it comes to creating and sustaining a business in Scotland
Recent findings published by the Bank of Scotland have shown a decrease in the number of businesses being started in November 2016 when compared to November 2011. This is a UK-wide decline, but Scotland is faring significantly better than the rest of the country. What is Scotland doing differently to the rest of the UK?
What do the most recent developments in the Scottish tech sector - the sale of Edinburgh-based unicorns Skyscanner and the merger of FanDuel - mean for it's future? Craig Daniels considers the pros and cons, and predicts more success ahead for Scotland's entrepreneurs.