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  • Harper Macleod extends support of Scottish EDGE and becomes the first partner to sign an EDGE Pledge

    Harper Macleod extends support of Scottish EDGE and becomes the first partner to sign an EDGE Pledge

    Harper Macleod is delighted to announce that it is extending its support for Scottish EDGE, the funding competition for the country's most ambitious entrepreneurs which will hold its latest final this week, for another year. Harper Macleod has also become the first organisation outwith past EDGE winners to sign the EDGE Pledge – a commitment to pay something back to the entrepreneurial community.

  • Shetland-based social enterprise takes top award at CREATE Business Competition, backed by Harper Macleod

    Shetland-based social enterprise takes top award at CREATE Business Competition, backed by Harper Macleod

    A student from Lerwick has won the top prize at this years's University of the Highlands and Islands Business Competition Grand Final, held in Inverness on Thursday, her social enterprise business, the ALICE Theatre Project, delivering theatre classes to primary school children in Shetland. The prize collected by Stephenie Pagulayan of Shetland College UHI, brings with it £1000 and a combined legal and accountancy package from Harper Macleod and Johnston Carmichael.

  • CJEU hears case on UK being able to revoke withdrawal notice - read submissions

    CJEU hears case on UK being able to revoke withdrawal notice - read submissions

    The Court of Justice of the European Union (CJEU) has, today (27 November) heard legal arguments on the question of whether the UK's Article 50 notification of its intention to leave the EU may be unilaterally revoked. The hearing followed failed attempts on the part of UK Government earlier this month to appeal the decision of the Scottish Courts to refer the question of law to the CJEU for an answer. You can read the oral and written submissions made on behalf of MPs Tom Brake and Chris Leslie here.