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An Independent Scotland: What Do The Entrepreneurs Think?

MBM Commercial and the University of Edinburgh Business School Entrepreneurship Club are pleased to host an essential debate on how an independent Scotland will affect the ability of entrepreneurs to build world class technology companies.

About the debate:

The debate will be chaired by Bill Jamieson of the Scotsman and will involve a panel of leading businessmen and entrepreneurs. The debate will focus on whether an independent Scotland would affect the ability of entrepreneurs in Scotland to build world class technology companies. Instead of a traditional debate format, each panellist will give a short talk and the chairman will facilitate a debate on the pros and cons of the business issues, inviting participation from the audience.


Why involve our entrepreneurs?

The independence debate tends to focus on the politics but the voice of the business community has yet to be heard. We rely on our entrepreneurial community to build innovative new businesses, to provide new employment, generate export revenues and create the wealth from which everyone benefits. Those of us in the business world must do what we can to establish the facts so that when the time comes, an informed judgement can be made by voters. This debate seeks to ensure that the issues involving entrepreneurs and building successful businesses are taken into account and not drowned out in political rhetoric.

Please visit the events area of our website for details about this debate. You can reserve places by emailing events@mbmcommercial.co.uk

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