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Upper Quartile will be running its first courses for the Smart Exporter - Preparing to Export Programme over January to March under a new Framework with SDI.
Upper Quartile have been commissioned to lead the consultation and strategy development process for the construction industry in Scotland. Upper Quartile, on behalf of Construction Scotland – the industry leadership body for the sector. We will be facilitating a number of consultation events across Scotland during February and March and working with the industry to develop a refreshed industrial strategy
The global reach of the oil industry in Aberdeen has always required the senior management and staff of oil and gas service companies to understand the training and Duty of Care required for operating safely. Andy has waived his speakers fee; this and all profits from the evening will go to the ForceSelect Foundation a recruitment agency supplying highly qualified forces personnel to industry.
The second of a series of “Opportunity Iraq” seminars is being delivered by Upper Quartile as part of Aberdeen City Council’s international trade and investment team’s support services.
As the military and donor community withdrew from Iraq in early 2009 it was clear that the country had massive investment potential, significant interest from the international community but held-back by some of the security-focused news that came out of the country. To address this Upper Quartile started two fragile-country publications bringing the investment opportunities available to the private sector to the forefront of news.
Incresing efficiency and transparency in fiscal revenue collection through better human resources planning and procedures
A strategy framework contract with Highlands and Islands Enterprise for international and UK strategy development in Scottish businesses