We are delighted the latest edition of our leadership insights publication – CANVAS. We have focussed this edition on building Scotland’s sustainable future.
There are varying interpretations of what sustainability can mean and we are pleased to share interviews with three individuals who are helping to drive forward positive change in their organisations to help preserve our economy, society and communities now and in the future.
For Sarah Willis, Chief Financial Officer of Intelligent Growth Solutions, the pandemic brought a new role and a new sector in agritech, and a very clear link to helping build a more sustainable future for food production in the UK and internationally.
Glen Gribbon, Non-Executive Chair of the Cabrach Distillery and Marketing Director of The Macallan, highlights the importance of community and continuity in building a sustainable future for a beautiful Speyside region central to the history of malt whisky.
Melinda Matthews-Clarkson, the former Chief Executive Officer of digital skills academy CodeClan, emphasises the opportunities and the barriers to building a genuinely sustainable skills programme in Scotland. But anything and everything is possible, she tells us, when technology is the key enabler.
In other exciting news for Saxton Bampfylde, we are delighted to announce in this issue our recent appointment of Philip Rodney as Senior Advisor as we expand our advisory work in the professional services and legal sector across the UK.
We do hope you enjoy this edition of CANVAS and we welcome any thoughts you may have on the topics we have shared.