Logo Competition

Do you think you could make the best new logo? 

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PSP (Public Social Partnership) Employability for Individuals in Recovery from Substance Misuse are need of a new logo. The key element of the PSP is to increase employability opportunities for individuals in recovery, reduce the number of adults in recovery who are unemployed and to make a positive impact on the health and well-being of Glasgow City’s local people families and communities and they need a new logo that drives this home.

Events We've Attended

In order to show the highest number of pictures taken at events without making this a really picture heavy post, we made the decision to create a small video showcasing the events that the Business Society have been able to attend.

You can also find this video on our YouTube Channel and if you subscribe while you're there, you'll then receive an update every time we post a video. 

Any questions or comments can be left below or use the links to access even more about the society. 

Event #1 | LinkedIn Expert Trainer

On Wednesday, the Business Society was proud to host its first event at the Paisley campus with a presentation from Miles Duncan, who is a LinkedIn Expert Trainer.

As we're all aware LinkedIn is an important networking tool and Miles was able to give tips and advice to those in attendance about how to use LinkedIn in the best way possible and make the most of the features provided by the site. 

Blog Survey

The time has come where the society requires your feedback in order to make itself better and to provide you with the information you may have come to this blog to find. 

Below is a link to a survey and we would be grateful if you would take the time to complete it. It really won't take you long and the society values all the responses, so feel free to add anything we may not have thought of. 

Guest Post \\ SIE and UWS

For the forthcoming academic session (2015/2015), two Scottish Institute for Enterprise interns will be based at UWS.

University of the West of Scotland (UWS) PhD student Julie McElroy (pictured on the right, below) has been appointed as an intern with the Scottish Institute for Enterprise (SIE), based at UWS. Julie, who is currently a final year PhD student based within the University’s School of Computing, was born both profoundly deaf and with Cerebral Palsy, which affects the messages sent between the brain and the muscles as well as her movements and co-ordination. 

Bridge 2 Business Events \\ Stirling and Paisley

The society attended two great events hosted by Bridge 2 Business.  

The first of these was in the Tolbooth in Stirling where we attended the 2015 relaunch of Bridge 2 Business and was a great opportunity to meet everyone involved and gain some insight into what they do. 

Guest Post \\ About the Business Society

This was originally posted by a Business Society member on her blog, Wishes, Hopes and Dreams but it felt like a good way to start off the blog by giving you a quick introduction to the society and what the aims are.