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ASB Unstoppable Women Conference - 5th June 2018

This year, the ASB Conference is in Perth and is about "Unstoppable Women", featuring Judy Murray and Suzanne Doyle Morris.

Meet The Buyer 2018 - register now

The Supplier Development Programme (SDP) is holding its 10th annual Meet the Buyer event in Edinburgh on 6th June 201. That sounds like a long way away but this free event is likely to be fully booked far in advance!

Free webinars from the Supplier Development Programme

If you're a small business interested in bidding for public sector work, the Supplier Development Programme exists to help you. And it is free!

Two events from SCDI: AGM & Annual Forum

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SWIB's Charity of the Year 2017-18 is...

Playlist at event... Playlist for Life, founded by writer and broadcaster Sally Magnusson in memory of her mother Mamie.

ASB National Business Award Winners 2017

The Association of Scottish Businesswomen (ASB) has announced the winners of their 2017 National Business Award. Open to business and professional women across Scotland, the ASB National Business Awards showcase and celebrate the achievement of women working across all sectors.

A big "thank you" to Julie Hall for mentoring SWIB members

We would like to extend our thanks to Julie Hall for a three-year period of mentoring donated to swib.

SWIB wins Spirit of Glasgow Award 2017!

Spirit of Glasgow 2017 awardWe're absolutely delighted to announce that swib has received The Spirit of Glasgow Award 2017!

Celebrating Women 2017 - the winners!

On Sunday May 21st, swib held its first awards event to mark its 25th birthday. Here's what swib president Laura McKinnon had to say as the event closed:

How best to support women-owned businesses?

Women's Enterprise Scotland (WES) has been commissioned by the Scottish Government to carry out research into enterprise support for women-led businesses in Scotland, with a focus on best practice in tackling the gender gap which currently exists in enterprise. While women represent 51% of the Scottish population, just 20% of all businesses are majority owned by women.

Women on board at the Scottish Waterways Trust!

Scotland’s only national waterways charity, Scottish Waterways Trust, has appointed four new Trustees and achieved a 50/50 gender balance in the boardroom.

SWIB mentoring - a member's story by Helen Swan

swib offers its members the opportunity to benefit from our mentoring scheme, which is currently open for applications for next year. Recently this year's mentees told us about their experience. swib member Helen Swan tells us how the year has been working for her.

SWIB mentoring - a member's story by Ali Hutcheson

swib offers its members the opportunity to benefit from our mentoring scheme, which is currently open for applications for next year. Recently this year's mentees told us about their experience. First of all, swib member Ali Hutcheson tells us how the year has been working for her...

Updated Terms & Conditions

swib has updated its Payment terms and conditions to clarify how payments and bookings are managed for events.

‘Digital Solutions to the Productivity Puzzle’ - an SCDI report

This report, published jointly by SCDI, ScotlandIS, The Royal Society of Edinburgh and BT Scotland, asks (and answers!) the question "What could digital technology deliver for productivity growth?".

SWIB membership survey 2015

Thank you to all those members who took the time to respond to our survey earlier this year. If you'd like to read the report, you'll need to sign in first here.

ASB Honour for SWIB member, Morag Malloy

At this time of International Women's Day, the Association of Scottish Businesswomen (ASB) has announced its Women of Inspiration for 2015.

SWIB website Terms & Conditions have changed

Our website Terms & Conditions (T&Cs) have changed in relation to services and items purchased through this site, in order that we comply with the most recent EU Directive on distance selling. We have also made some related changes to the website.

Sign up with the Supplier Development Programme

If you want to bid for public sector work, or improve your success rate, then you need to register with the Supplier Develoment Programme.

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