Interface has strong contacts in all of Scotland’s universities, colleges and research institutes, which helps the team support businesses in finding the right academic expertise for them.
The relationships with these contacts keeps us up to date with academic capacity and capability for partnering with businesses, and means that the process of working with academics is as smooth and streamlined as possible.Read More
At a recent BIMA event on the Future of Fashion I met Elaine Simpson from the National Library of Scotland, who mentioned that NLS was looking at ways its 11 floors of jam packed books, archives, and materials could help inspire the artists and creative entrepreneurs of Scotland to innovate.Read More
As part of our “Meet the team” series, this week we put a few questions to one of our newest recruit, Kirsty Buchanan (pictured with Gary Hogan), who joined from the University of the Highlands and Islands to engage with businesses through the region.Read More
To mark World Whisky Day on 19th May, we are celebrating the many exciting and ground-breaking business-academic collaborations supported by Interface; from ambitions to make Raasay’s first (legal) whisky, to plans to create a vertical distillery.Read More
Every year the Entrepreneurial Scotland conference brings together some of the most innovative minds from home and further afield. As an organisation, we join the dots by inspiring, connecting and developing entrepreneurs. Our vision is to make Scotland the most entrepreneurial society in the world.Read More
Gary Hogan, joined Interface as a Business Engagement Executive for Aberdeenshire from Robert Gordon University in March, while Gillian Hambley is on maternity leave. We took the opportunity to ask Gary what a typical day looks like, among other things.Read More