In full: Vision winter 2019 edition

Andrew Stafford pictured in George Street, Edinburgh.
Andrew Stafford pictured in George Street, Edinburgh.
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The Scotsman’s quarterly business magazine Vision Scotland is a window on Scottish innovation, collaboration and responsible business, and this latest issue is dedicated to funding and finance across all sectors.

The 68-page magazine includes partners Anderson Anderson and Brown, The University of Strathclyde Business School, Leyton, Acumen Financial Planning, Origo, Fortinet, Murray Beith Murray, Unineed Group, Shepherd + Wedderburn, Zero Waste Scotland, Business in the Community, VIBES Scottish Environment Business Awards and Swift Films.



A digital version can be found here.



The full article list can be found below:



Funding forecast predicts an unclear outlook for business funding in Scotland, particularly for SMEs



Bill Jamieson: SNIB deserves success, but will require patience



FanDuel co-founder on how he created and developed a $1bn start-up tech company



Start up and spin out: How to transform bright ideas into viable commercial propositions



Three lenders reveal the methodology behind their funding decisions



The Passivhaus concept aimed at helping the environment and communities



Emil Stickland: Home-grown businesses should be adding more ecommerce to their baskets



How firms can take a responsible business approach to financial wellbeing in the workforce (Sponsored by BITC)



Jackie Waring: Women excel at risk management and should be utilised more



Unineed on how companies can break into the Chinese export market (Sponsored by Unineed) 



Acumen on why entrepreneurs should invest in sound financial planning (Sponsored by Acumen) 



Shepherd and Wedderburn on Scotland’s drive towards clean energy ( Sponsored by Shepherd and Wedderburn) 



A new lease of life for Scottish innovation (Sponsored by Zero Waste Scotland) 



How Origo helps financial advisers make your money work for you ( Sponsored by Origo) 



Leyton on how companies can grow through R&D tax credits ( Sponsored by Leyton ) 



Why securing the fintech ecosystem is vital ( Sponsored  by Fortinet ) 



How to best handover wealth to the next generation ( Sponsored by Murray Beith Murray ) 



Swift Films on telling your business story through video ( Sponsored by Swift Films ) 



BITC on the importance of discussing mental health in the workplace ( Sponsored by BITC ) 



How VIBES awards recognise Scotland’s leading green companies ( Sponsored by VIBES ) 



• AAB on how start-up companies can position themselves for investment (Sponsored by AAB)

How University of Strathclyde Business School is helping companies to scale up(Sponsored by University of Strathclyde Business School)