|3rd February 2021|
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As a focal point for business innovation in Scotland – the national CAN DO Innovation Summit will explore how businesses can build sustainable growth and resilience after the global impact of COVID-19.
SMEs will meet the innovators, entrepreneurs, academics and investors that can help them adopt new technologies, build progressive working cultures and access the right support to enable innovation-led recovery and growth.
800+ delegates | 40+ speakers | 20+ sessions
Virtual Support Village | Innovation Centre Showcase
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