We hosted the largest ever British Chamber of Commerce International trade mission, engaging 15 countries, 85 businesses and over 170 attendees, with prospects of deals already being done.
Our DYW Glasgow team engaged with over 2,100 young people and over 100 businesses to learn about future workforce opportunities within businesses who are addressing climate change.
Their COP26 activities concluded in a sustainable fashion event with over 400 young people and 26 partners.
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We invited over 50 members to meet HRH The Prince of Wales alongside 32 C40 city mayors at an ‘Accelerated Cities’ reception through his Sustainable Markets Initiative.
The event recognised those businesses working towards a circular and net zero economy.
We connected our members with global thought leaders including:
President and CEO Nokia, Pekka Lundmark
UK CEO Nestlé, Stefano Agostini and Head of Sustainability, Emma Keller
Nobel Laureate Professor Muhammad Yunus
Under Secretary General & Executive Director of UNOPS, Grete Faremo
Our Circular Glasgow team hosted an event at the ICEHub with world-renowned architect and pioneer of the Cradle to Cradle concept William McDonough.Visit Circular Glasgow
We hosted a Civic Reception with the Lord Provost of Glasgow in our exquisitely beautiful City Chambers.
As part of Team Glasgow, we represented the city in both the official COP26 Blue and Green zones.
Throughout COP26 we supported our member's activities including ScottishPower, University of Glasgow, Dentons, City of Glasgow College and Peel NRE.
We're looking for industry partners and passionate individuals to help influence and inspire our young people on the career pathways to enter the new green economy.
We’re looking to partner with people from a broad range of backgrounds to demonstrate to young people that all sectors of Scotland’s economy are needed to come together to support Scotland’s ambitious climate goals.Find out more