Recent Alba news
After over 55 successful events in other European countries, the Tech Tour is now organising the UK & Ireland TT 2013. This two day event, widely covered by the press, will introduce 25+ of the most innovative start-up technology companies in the UK & Ireland regions, each with world-class aspirations and potential, to a distinguished international group of 60 privately invited senior professionals from leading venture capital funds, international technology corporations and service providers.
Marking 25 years of supporting business growth in Scotland, LESL is launching the Enterprise Challenge 2013, a competition to find Scotland’s next big start up.
The awards recognise the success and achievements of Scotland’s internationally renowned life sciences sector in areas including innovation, investment, community engagement and collaboration.
Tackling cervical cancer, the second biggest killer of woman, DySIS Medical is the epitomey of Scottish innovation, and well deserving of this award!
Lairg Wind Farm comprises just three Nordex N80 3mw turbines, standing 99.5 metres high to blade tip was officially opened last week.
The development by Alba Innovation Centre Client ABO Wind is located on Lairg Estate common grazings, some 3.5km south east of the village.
Co-operative Development Scotland (CDS) is offering £30,000 worth of cash and support to develop new consortium co-operatives in Scotland.
The inaugural Collaboration Prize aims to encourage businesses to consider working with others to form a new consortium co-operative. Co-operatives are collaborative vehicles that play an important role in creating globally competitive businesses. They enable employees, businesses and communities to work together to fulfil shared interests.