Economics of Independence

Another 25 Business Ambassadors join the Yes cause

Hundreds of YES Business Ambassadors say Yes but have no one to debate against!
New Business Ambassadors say Yes

Yet another Business for Scotland Business Ambassador training session was sold out yesterday.  We had 25 business people in training plus a couple of guests.  At the end of the session we asked those who didn’t have to rush off to make their support clear and took this excellent snapshot.

Interest was so high we had to put people on the waiting list and now have enough waiting to run another session, which we will do in August.

Business for Scotland Ambassadors in training


We now have a small but growing army of Business Ambassadors from Elgin to the Melrose and almost everywhere in between, promoting the positive message on the benefits to Scottish business and the economy of a Yes vote in 2014.


Edinburgh next and then it’s a race between our teams Dundee, Perth, Aberdeen and Skye to host the next training session.

You can sign the Business Declaration and join Business for Scotland here


About the author

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp is the Founder and Chief Executive of Business for Scotland. Before becoming CEO of Business for Scotland he ran a small social media and sales & marketing consultancy.

With a degree in business, marketing and economics, Gordon has worked as an economic development planning professional, and in marketing roles specialising in pricing modelling and promotional evaluation for global companies (including P&G).

Gordon benefits (not suffers) from dyslexia, and is a proponent of the emerging New Economics School. Gordon contributes articles to Business for Scotland, The National and The Huffington Post.

Add Comment

Leave a Comment