The Scottish Business Pledge is currently undergoing a review and not accepting new members at this time
Minister for Trade, Investment and Innovation, Ivan McKee, visited Pledge Partner – Previse, a Fintech company in Glasgow last week.
The London-based company has recently opened an office in Glasgow, demonstrating Scotland’s credentials as a location for inward investment Previse has expanded rapidly in the last few months, with staff numbers growing continually. Due to the nature of its innovative business, Previse has managed to attract new talent to Glasgow, offering high value careers in a creative area of FinTech. Long term, it is passionate to determine Glasgow as a talent hub for FinTech.
2018 is The Year of Young People which aims to inspire Scotland by celebrating the achievements of the young people of Scotland – valuing their contribution to communities and creating new opportunities for them to shine locally, nationally and globally. Previse currently has three under 26-year-olds who are part of a small team of data scientists. This is a much sought after skill-set and they have chosen to work there due to the company’s strong focus on innovation and growth.
Previse has also made a commitment to the Scottish Business Pledge meaning it is one of over 530 businesses who are voluntarily adopting business practices which ensure that prosperity, innovation, fairness and opportunity develop hand in hand in Scotland. These actions are good for business and good for Scotland.