The SaltireFoundation exists exclusively to promote excellence in Scottish business by investing in a new generation of up-and-coming entrepreneurs, giving them unparalleled opportunities to develop their skills.
We invest in highly talented individuals to assure the continuing success and prosperity of Scottish trade and industry.
Browse through our press releases to find out more about our organisation and the work we do to secure Scotland’s place as a significant player in international commerce.
2013 Saltire Fellows Depart for ChinaDate:
04 Dec 2013
After a successful 12 week period in Boston the Fellows are departing the US to begin the final leg of their international learning journey in China.
Another Record Breaking Year for Scholar ApplicationsDate:
29 Nov 2013
Applications closed for the 2014 Saltire Scholar intake last week. We are delighted to announce that record breaking numbers of undergraduate students have applied to be part of the next cohort of Saltire Scholars.
Saltire Fellow Madhu Nair Wins 2013 Converge ChallengeDate:
07 Oct 2013
Saltire Fellow, Madhu Nair, was announced as the winner of the 2013 Converge Challenge. He beat off stiff competition including other Saltire Alumni to be awarded the top prize of £60,000 in cash and business support.
The Saltire Foundation Announce Two New TrusteesDate:
03 Oct 2013
The Saltire Foundation, Scotland's world-class entrepreneurial leadership organisation, has appointed two new Trustees, Don Macleod, former CEO of National Semiconductor and Mark Simmers, 2010 Saltire Fellow and CEO of Celtic Renewables.
The Saltire Foundation Team Expands AgainDate:
02 Oct 2013
The Saltire Foundation is delighted to announce their new team member, Sara Nelson, who has joined the organisation on a full-time basis as Programme Assistant.
The Saltire Foundation Announces First RSE FellowDate:
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08 Aug 2013
The Saltire Foundation is delighted to partner with the Royal Society of Edinburgh in building the next generation of Scottish business leaders through the support of Lisa MacLean as the 2013-14 RSE Saltire Fellow.