Turcan Connell have been a Corporate Partner since 2015. Turcan Connell is a Scottish legal firm working exclusively with individuals, families and charities.
Eleanore Irvine took part in the programme from 2014-2015. Biogelx Ltd spun out from the University of Strathclyde on 2012.
Nadeem Sarwar took part in the programme from 2014-2015. Before joining the Fellowship, Nadeem was a commercial banker at HSBC.
Gordon Farmer took part in the programme from 2012-2013. Gordon joined Global Energy Group in 2008, initially serving as the group financial controller.
Suzanne Doyle-Morris took part in the programme from 2012-2013. Born in Australia, and brought up in Washington DC, Suzanne, a Cambridge PhD, ended up in the East Neuk of Fife.
Neil Campbell took part in the programme in 2009. Neil used the Fellowship to return to Scotland after working as a technology consultant for Accenture in London.
Scotland’s entrepreneurs are set to benefit from a major new partnership between BGF and Entrepreneurial Scotland.
Alice’s internship was with Magnap, a start-up medical device company supported by QB3, a world-leading institute which commercializes research from the Universities of California.
As part of the Talent Management and Organizational Alignment team, Camilla travelled from Boston to Pittsburgh weekly to work on a large-scale consulting project.
In addition to working on three main engineering projects within Ethos Energy, Michael was part of a team of Scholars who organized Swing4Saltire golf fundraiser in Houston.
During her internship with ChicagoScots, Shauny was involved with the planning and execution of the annual Scottish Festival and Highland Games.
Assean Sheikh graduated from the Saltire Fellowship in 2014 and is now leading Flavourly, the UK’s fastest growing gourmet food, snack and craft beer discovery service.
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