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SWIB's privacy policy has changed - UPDATE

In order to comply with the new General Data Protection Regulations (GDPR), we've updated our privacy policy to be clear about what information we hold, why and how long for.

Ta-ra! we now have a shopping basket...

We've made a few improvements to our website recently that should help make it easier to book events.

New SCDI report published

SCDI has published its Connectivity Commission report, catchily titled "Scotland’s Big Mo: Industrial Strategy, Inclusive Growth and the Future of Mobility".

ASB National Business Awards - apply by 29 June

Here's another opportunity to shout about your successes and achievements, as the Association of Scottish Businesswomen (ASB) awards are open for nominations. These awards recognise and celebrate the contributions of women to business and the wider community in Scotland, across 12 categories.

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!

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.

Updated Terms & Conditions

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

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.

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.

Changes to member offers

One of the benefits of swib membership is the ability to make special offers to other members. You have always been able to make "permanent" offers, lasting for the duration of your membership, but in the past, there was a charge of £50 for special limited-time promotions lasting up to 90 days. This charge has now been removed, so all member listings are now free.

Guide to being a director

If you are interested in serving as a director of a company (or you are the director of your own company), then you may find the Guide to Directors from Morton Fraser to be a very useful read.

Results from SWIB's member survey 2013

Earlier this year we asked members to let us know their views on the benefits of membership – what benefits are useful and what could be improved?

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