Closing date: 13th December. The role is to oversee and manage the delivery of the Forth Bridges Area Tourism Strategy delivery plan which aims to position the area of the bridges spanning the Firth of Forth as a unique tourist destination.
At our seventh EDAS Covid Conversation (10th November), we discussed the Labour Market.
This two-part workshop took place on 29th October and 5th November, illustrated through speakers and case studies, the flexibility and opportunities created by the sustainable procurement duty.
On 14th October, Scotland House Brussels and the Economic Development Association Scotland co-hosted 'Implementing the Wellbeing Economy: the Scottish and EU perspectives', an event as part of European Week of Regions and Cities.
Free market capitalism is the greatest source of prosperity the world has ever seen, but capitalism is on the verge of destroying the planet and destabilizing society.
At our sixth EDAS Covid Conversation (11th September) we discussed Economic Recovery Post Covid - Implications for Place.
The enterprise landscape is one that is continually evolving, but now more than ever, what does this mean for start-up and growth businesses in Scotland? What may become of the sector in the next few years?
This panel which took place on Friday the 3rd of July 2020 focused on understanding the impact and initial steps towards economic recovery from Covid from the perspective of other countries. The first part focussed on Europe, the second part on the wider world.
The event took place online on the 12th of June 2020. The focus of contributions centred around life after COVID-19 and how we move into the recovery stages in the medium term beyond the current crisis.