Opportunities to Develop Geospatial Opportunities in Scotland
Scottish Enterprise, in partnership with Scottish Government, Highlands and Islands Enterprise, ScotlandIS, representatives of Scotland’s academic community and the private sector have formed a steering group that seeks to develop a Geospatial Cluster in Scotland.
Geospatial data has been available for some time, but there are several recent changes that are making it a hot topic just now. These include:
There are workshop programmes to be held at five locations across Scotland that is being organised to support the development of a cluster.
The purpose of the workshop programme is to discuss how the sector in Scotland can optimise its share of this market and to discuss how the public sector can help companies to do this. The workshop programme is being organised by Optimat on behalf of the steering group.
There is the option of participating in a workshop at one of five locations over the next few weeks to contribute your ideas on how best to support this industry. You can book your place on Eventbrite the most suitable workshop as follows:
Glasgow 16th April (p.m.) at Scottish Enterprise (Atrium Court) - reserve your place at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/developing-the-geospatial-cluster-in-scotland-glasgow-registration-57688552012
Dundee 17th April (p.m.) at Scottish Enterprise (Greenmarket) - reserve your place at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/developing-the-geospatial-cluster-in-scotland-dundee-registration-57695088563
Aberdeen 18th April (p.m.) at Scottish Enterprise (Albyn Place) - reserve your place at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/developing-the-geospatial-cluster-in-scotland-aberdeen-registration-57695541919
Inverness 26th April (p.m.) at Highlands and Island Enterprise - reserve your place at https://www.eventbrite.co.uk/e/developing-the-geospatial-cluster-in-scotland-inverness-registration-57696046428
Please contact the event organisers for further information
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