Edinburgh Science Triangle
Edinburgh Science Triangle is looking to establish links to
similar science park facilities throughout the world. We are keen
to compare and share experiences for the benefit of our tenant
companies in the management of our respective facilities.
Edinburgh Science Triangle aims to:
- Create a conduit for our SME’s so they can explore and be
supported in new international markets
- Facilitate access into Scotland, the UK and Europe on a
reciprocal basis for our overseas partners
- Identify the support that is available in Scotland and beyond
for such objectives
- Establish an international community for trade and commerce
across trans-national boundaries
On a practical level, Edinburgh Science Triangle aims to:
- Provide ‘soft landing’ facilities for companies wanting to
visit i.e. making rooms and facilities available as
- Exchange news and information, providing details of events and
providing the opportunity for companies to share their experience
of international business.
- Identify support and/or grants available for European and
Find out more about
Edinburgh Science Triangle's international connections
City of Edinburgh Council
In 2010, the City of Edinburgh Council’s
Economic Development Unit announced a new investor engagement
strategy, targeting gateway regions identified as having
significant potential for generating future inward investment.
Geographical target campaigns, undertaken with a wide range
of public and private sector partners, include North America,
Europe, China and the Middle East.
The Economic Development Unit will be
working with stakeholders to highlight commercial partnerships and
to promote Edinburgh's assets and investment
Edinburgh is forging strong and
productive value-added relationships, focused on knowledge exchange
and collaboration with a number of the world's fastest
developing city regions, including:
Find out more about the City of
Edinburgh Council's international partnerships
Advice and Support
Scotland has strength in knowledge, high
level skills, technology and innovation and encourages a close
and productive collaboration between its centres of government,
business innovators, finance leaders, institutions of higher
learning and the inward investors it welcomes.
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"Edinburgh Science Triangle has hosted a number of visits to
develop future collaborations and has engaged with a number of
international organisations within the key sectors of Life Science,
Animal Bioscience, Energy & CleanTech, Informatics and Enabling
Malcolm Bateman, CEO, Roslin BioCentre
Edinburgh Science Triangle
"Edinburgh has tremendous reach.
Our universities have an international
alumni of 500,000, we have a plethora of international companies
and Edinburgh is a very cosmopolitan city.
There are 32 consulates and numerous
international delegations visit the Capital."
Greg Ward, Head of Economic Development, City of Edinburgh