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Posted February 26, 2018 | Enigma News, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Were you born Brave?

‘Were you born brave?’ These were the words of Joy Lewis during an exciting event last week hosted by Startup Grind at Code Base in Edinburgh. Joy is the voice behind Adopt an Intern (AAI), a project that earned the ‘Customer Focus’ Award sponsored by RBS at the Scottish Business Awards in November 2015. The organisation was born in late 2009, encouraged by her colleagues at the Centre for Scottish Public Policy (CSPP), and has since placed over 1420 graduates and returners from all social backgrounds into valuable paid work, becoming an important reference for empowering start ups, charities and social enterprises across Scotland.

 In photo: Joy LewisLisa Thomson 

Her question threw the audience into a spiral of emotions, right back to those scary memories of some work experiences and the struggle of fighting for professional fairness, when we still live in a world where interns, graduates, or professionals with disadvantaged backgrounds are still asked to work for free. ‘Were you born brave?’ Definitely not – we all agreed. Joy shared with us an insightful ‘confidence building’ journey through her international academic experiences and professional challenges she would often come across, and how stepping out of her comfort zone made her develop new skillsets and realise the opportunities ahead. ‘I love a challenge!’ – Joy explained us with enthusiasm how she realised the importance of all her experiences, the crucial moments when she had the opportunity to learn from mentors and people around her, and how she’s passionate in sharing this knowledge with everyone willing to learn and develop their businesses and careers. ‘It’s a learning curve’.

Growing a team in a start up business can require a lot of courage and can be an intimidating prospect. She continuously highlighted the importance of creating mentoring opportunities for professional development and how vital it is to be a ‘Value-led’ business. ‘Employers should understand the difference between volunteering and not be able to afford free work’. She encouraged us to have an entrepreneurial spirit and that rules are there to be broken. ‘Set expectations, focus on people, draw a line through those wavy curves, be brave!’

Here at Enigma People Solutions we also encourage you to be brave! The UK is Europe’s leading Tech Hub and we are seeing high demand for skills and numerous and exciting developments in the sector. These are some of the reasons why we enjoy attending events that highlight the employer branding focus and business culture. We are specialists in what we do and we are confident that our experience and expertise subscribe to a culture that is customer-centric and valued-led. This is the vital base of our consultancy approach and how we work as a Recruitment Consultancy, and it was great to share the same mindset and professional views with Joy.

 In photo: Lisa Thomson 

Indeed an inspirational event with an outstanding speaker. A special thank you to the organisation team, Lisa and Marlene for such exceptional job. Enigma People was happy to be there and we will surely come back for more insightful Startup Grind events.

 

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 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. Check out our blog for the latest in the technology industry. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted February 20, 2018 | Enigma News, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Trust Dynamics

Talk to lots of people every day and be nice! – an old adage about how to be successful in sales. It may seem quite apt and simple advice to recruiters, however possibly the smarter thing to do is to listen to what our market is telling us!

One of the greatest changes in the technology recruitment industry is how to engage with and contact our candidate market. 20 years ago emails were just coming online, very few people had mobile phones, so it was common to call somebody at their desk at work, and more often than not we would call candidates in the evening at home. Neither of these are activities that candidates are as comfortable with these days, certainly not as a first form of contact.

The Technology sector is a market where professionals are clearly detail-focused and in turn this requires us to pay critical attention to the needs and wants of candidates regarding a job role, meaning it is very important to us to get to know our candidates professional and personal aspirations. Relationship building is key for us, we earn our credibility through working hard and striving to ensure that our clients and candidates fit well together.

So how do we get to know our candidates?
Candidates want more control and a less intrusive form of contact. Typically these days email is king, along with connecting through social networking. What I love about this is it means when candidates do contact us they are more likely to be more committed to the process of looking for a job.

The real question is how do we reach you and what platforms and communication style?

Things we learned to do

  1. We only send relevant information to our candidates – we scrutinise all our vacancy requirements and confirm this with our client, in order to make sure we know exactly what and who we are looking for and direct the right relevant information to the appropriate contacts;
  2. We are clear and honest about the role requirements and the company culture – if you take the time to visit our Job Search on the website, you might notice that we try to translate the client’s wants, not only in terms of skills and responsibilities but also considering the type of working environment you can expect;
  3. We only contact you over the phone once you have invited us to do so as a potential candidate – we consider your time valuable so we take the time to analyse your CV in detail, this way when we contact you we are properly aware of your qualifications, expertise and experience, which helps us prepare a tailored interview to make sure you are a strong candidate for the position;
  4. We advise and guide you throughout the hiring process – once we have interviewed and analysed your potential, it is important to us that you feel comfortable and confident to demonstrate your potential to our clients, meaning that we are always open to enquiries and will always try to assist you in terms of self-marketing and attitude. Our goal is not only to satisfy clients, but also to help you shine!

Help us improve

We are passionate about recruiting and we are always eager to improve and optimise our operations in order to be worthy of your trust, and to achieve that we take into consideration and care about your opinion. Please help us gather more information regarding the best communication and platforms to reach you on. Our intention is always to avoid the feeling of intrusion. Our mission is to provide you with a good opportunity and fill the position with the best candidate possible. The talent we are looking for might be you! So please let us know which platforms you prefer, or share with us any feedback that you might find relevant here.

 

We dedicate a section on our website to Electronics, Software Development and Digital Media. If you are interested please visit us online and learn about our new opportunities!

 

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 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. Check out our blog for the latest in the technology industry. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted February 14, 2018 | Enigma News, Recruitment Advice, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Recruitment, What’s Love Got To Do With It?

It is easy for us recruiters to get absorbed with work and so obsessed with Key Performance Indicators, that it may seem all we care about is closing the deal! Now, it is important to stress that whilst tracking performance and profit is key in business, the definition of a good recruitment business is way more complex than simply watching those roles getting filled.

A good recruiter can easily be compared to an amazing match-maker. This means the recruiter will work hard, not to simply fill the positions, but most importantly to find the “right person” for the job.

This process takes a lot of research, a great strategy and a human touch! We understand the importance of culture, motivational skills, clarity and respect. According to the CareerBuilder Survey, 75% of job seekers hadn’t heard back after application and 60% never heard back after an interview. This illustrates the amount of work and pressure a recruiter can be under, but also demonstrates a need for change and improvement. It is a person on the other side of the computer or phone. It is a relationship! Communication is key and you will be surprised how positive it is to just ‘take care’ and be clear to a candidate. It is a matter of attitude and values, which consequently will also transmit nicely to employers as well.

Take your relationship to the next level

We understand one fundamental thing about our relationship with candidates: expectations should be clear, deceptions will always poison one’s relationship. Loyalty, commitment, professionalism and good values are a must! This means that it is crucial for us to take in both what the client and the candidate’s needs and wants are. The job descriptions should be detailed and translate the company’s culture, and if they are not a match, well, it is our job to be professional and nicely inform the candidate of that. The candidate should have a sense of what the client is looking for, honesty and transparency are two essential elements for getting the best result!

Why time is important in relationships

It is all about time management. Interview rounds, phone calls, emails, etc. The hiring process can be long and stressful, for both sides. So even if the candidate is not a good final fit for the role, they must be left with a feeling that their time mattered and the whole thing was a valuable experience. This can be accomplished when we value the candidates and also take the time to send a simple invitation to connect on LinkedIn, to deliver advice and constructive feedback, and avoid ambiguity.

Connect, communicate, and be attentive

We continuously check our website, job descriptions and communication style. This is our business card, our match-making profile photo, you must impress!

We try to make it easier for our candidates and simplify the application process by having an organised portal and a clear idea of the roles available. And we don’t forget that human touch, we are not machines and in order to work more efficiently we need to identify with the company’s values and feel comfortable in the workplace. Again, there is no point in filling that vacancy just to get the job done and then have to be in the middle of a dramatic love triangle that is doomed from the beginning. Listen! Understand the wants, match the cultures and let the magic happen.

We believe in setting the stage for a successful relationship right from the start!

Happy Valentine’s day!

Learn more about our culture here and also feel free to contact us or leave any feedback.


 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. Check out our blog for the latest in the technology industry. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted January 22, 2018 | Contracting, Enigma News | No Comments »

Contracting – Getting the Wheels Rolling

It’s the day of your interview, you’re nervous but excited. You are going to sell yourself in the best possible way so you can land that potential dream job. You get to your interview and the interviewer shows little to no interest in your experience, or who you are as a person. Your time feels wasted.

My interview with Enigma People Solutions was the complete opposite, it was a much more engaging experience. There were still the expected interview nerves but having had a positive telephone call with Ben Hanley as my initial contact with the company, I was definitely excited to attend this particular interview. When I arrived, I did not feel intimidated by the team as they interviewed me and instead I was warmly welcomed and I felt genuinely listened to as I spoke about my skills and experience.

As you may have guessed by now my interview was successful, my new role here at Enigma People Solutions is to facilitate the management, coordination and growth of Enigma People’s contract recruitment function. My job is to market and promote our contract recruitment services to prospect clients but also to promote and develop our market reach to prospect contractors to find the right engagement, in order to create an optimal fit for both clients and contractors.

Having previously worked in Marketing for a rural-skills college for students with learning disabilities and/or autism, joining Enigma People Solutions and their niche technology recruitment sector has definitely been a new experience for me. However, I’m really enjoying learning about technology, the recruitment industry and how we can use marketing to further our organisational goals.

Why mix marketing and recruitment? I hear you ask. In the past, recruiters have primarily used job boards or posted announcements in job sections of newspapers, for example, in order to promote new positions. However, I believe the future of the recruitment industry is evolving. Today, recruiters and employers are increasingly using marketing techniques in order to attract quality talent. Scarcity of talent means recruiter branding is paramount, it’s important for recruitment consultancies to create a brand which is knowledgeable, approachable and honest – exactly what we aim to be at Enigma People Solutions. Email us, and you’ll get a reply. Ask a question, and you’ll get an honest and straightforward answer.

In my spare time, I’m a bit of a petrolhead. I think my passion for cars stems from the simple fact that owning a car gives you immediate and a new found sense of freedom. I love that you can just grab your keys, get behind the wheel and drive where you want and when you want, without anyone stopping you. Whether it’s driving on open country roads, popping to the shops or going on a road trip playing power ballads loudly and singing at the top of your lungs, owning a car makes life more fun and eliminates the hassle of public transport. As I begin to feel more comfortable in my role at Enigma People, I am learning more and more that contract recruitment can be seen in a similar way – bear with me, it will hopefully make sense – I believe that by working as a contractor, you develop a new found sense of freedom that you wouldn’t necessarily get in permanent employment and you can choose the contracts you want to take on and when you want to take them on. You have more control, just like when you own a car. I’m excited to promote and help candidates, as part of my role, to realise the potential of contracting roles, as well as help clients find the right people for them.

So, if you have any questions about Enigma People’s contract recruitment offering, whether you are looking for that elusive contractor or if indeed you are a contractor, please get in touch or connect with me on LinkedIn and I would be delighted to discuss how we can help you.

Georgina Deas
Contract Recruitment Services Marketing Executive @EnigmaPeople


 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. Check out our blog for the latest in the technology industry. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted January 11, 2018 | Enigma News | No Comments »

Recruitment ‘Inception’!

It came as a surprise, but my adventure with Enigma People started, indeed, with an enigmatic email! As someone who never really took the time to fully understand the world of recruitment, when I found myself being recruited by Ben Hanley I thought it was too good to be true. However, against my instinct and perhaps due to undefeatable curiosity, I replied back and interesting things started to happen…

We often think of recruiters or recruitment agencies as a service that ‘bombards’ you with hard sales tactics and poor communication. I understand now that this idea feeds that old human habit of focusing on the negative things. The way I was recruited by Enigma People was far from that initial idea, hence why the enigma! Ben and David Mains had done their homework, they were approachable and had studied my CV, the questions were comfortable and interesting, which made my job interview seem more like a ‘friendly chat’ than the normal anxiety rush that interviews can be.

And then I became a Marketing Executive…

I was ready to move onto a new job, a new challenge, which is the reason I couldn’t be happier for joining Enigma People as the new Marketing Executive. After having spent the last seven years living in four different countries, studying two degrees and acquiring professional experience from hospitality/events to communication/marketing industries, I feel ready to take on this new challenge, to learn and grow further with this journey, and more than anything, I am excited to be a part of a business which promotes a good working ethic, creates exciting goals and where a candidate-centric approach exists.

Expectations, expectations… Let’s talk about expectations!

Not just mine, but also yours in a sense of what you can expect from me. I am friendly and extremely chatty, so if you feel like you have a good suggestion or constructive feedback regarding Enigma People, feel free to drop me an email, or we could have a chat over the phone. As a Portuguese, I love my coffee! So another thing you can always expect from me is an energetic attitude… well, at least till 5:30 pm, when I move on to tea time.

Now, my expectations. I really look forward to furthering my understanding in technology and to grow strong as a professional marketer. I am a communicator by nature and I love working with people, so I cannot wait to meet the talented and interesting people who are involved with Enigma People and within the industry. Also, I couldn’t be happier with the level of innovation and creativity that exist in my work environment, so I am extremely excited about the future ahead!

Reading this, it will hopefully give you a small ‘picture’ of what I can bring into the business as a person, but more than pretty words and promises, my ultimate wish is to be up to your expectations and that you, as a reader, candidate or a client, feel impressed and trust what we do here in Enigma People.

That said, bring on the new challenge.
Let’s keep growing and improving together, let’s keep in touch!

Cat.
Marketing Executive @EnigmaPeople

 


 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. Check out our blog for the latest in the technology industry. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted November 07, 2017 | Enigma News, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Looking Back Before Moving Forward: My Career Journey

It’s something that happens every day across the world. It’s certainly something we see on a daily basis here at Enigma People. One person bows out and moves on, and another steps in to continue and develop the role that has been left for them. The length of time businesses can expect to retain their employees has changed considerably over the last few decades and a fluidity within the job market is almost expected in certain sectors.

Are you wondering why I’m talking about this yet, or have you guessed it?

Yes, my time has come with Enigma People Solutions and it’s now my turn to bow out and move onto another role and continue to further my knowledge and experience within marketing.

Throughout the 11 months I’ve been with Enigma People, I’ve worked on many exciting projects and have had various opportunities to learn, develop and hone my skills. This is something which I have always been very appreciative of since joining Enigma People, especially considering the fact that around 18 months ago I had only just graduated from University!

Coming from a fashion-marketing background with a little freelance social media experience – joining Enigma People Solutions and the niche technology recruitment sector – was definitely a different experience than anything I had been used to. However, this was exactly what I was looking for. The role was wide, something which suited me perfectly and being the only marketer within the business was, of course, a little daunting, but exciting at the same time. I had been given an opportunity to take this role and run with it, and that, I feel, is exactly what I did.

From bringing on new partnerships to developing our marketing strategy and even taking the lead on our website redevelopment; I was free to explore marketing and really understand where my strengths were and in which areas I needed to pay more attention. By dedicating a single hour every couple of days across the week – I enabled self-learning to become a task I looked forward to, instead of it being a challenge – and actually managed to complete Google’s Digital Garage certification, an SEO course and an advanced Google Analytics course along with understanding various software programmes I hadn’t encountered in my previous roles.

Reading this, it might sound like my time at Enigma People was all “work, work, work” and, don’t get me wrong, it was! But for a lot of the time, it didn’t feel that way; it felt comfortable, interesting and fun. Amongst the blog writing and host of other day-to-day tasks, I was lucky enough to represent Enigma People at the DIBI conference, be part of The Herald Scottish Digital Business Awards, attend Venturefest 2017 and meet some of the great partners we have been working with. To add to this, we were Highly Commended at the Recruitment Business Awards and are finalists at the Marketing & Digital Recruitment Awards in our category, Best Regional Agency, so wish us luck!

  

With so many great things that have happened in my time at Enigma People Solutions and so many more to come, I would like to say thank you to both directors, Ben Hanley and David Mains for giving me an opportunity to flourish, to really put my skills and knowledge to the test and to take control of my career path. Also, a big shout out to the team – who have been extremely welcoming, helpful and generally just lovely!

All that’s left for me to say is best of luck to Enigma People Solutions and I look forward to seeing what they can achieve in 2018 and once more, thank you.


 Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. Check out our blog for the latest in the technology industry. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted July 27, 2017 | Enigma News | No Comments »

Enigma People Solutions’ New Partnerships in 2017 – Technology Scotland

We’re really excited to share our latest partnership news!

We have recently been in talks with our friends over at Technology Scotland and we can now share with you that we are officially their corporate sponsors! We are thrilled to partner with such a great organisation at the heart of the Technology industry within Scotland. We are looking forward to working with them on a whole host of great events that they have lined up throughout the rest of the year; all of which will contribute towards supporting our industry and highlighting the importance of the Scottish Technology industry.

Stephen Taylor, CEO of Technology Scotland said, “We are delighted to welcome Enigma People Solutions as a Corporate Sponsor of Technology Scotland. Companies working within the Scottish Emerging & Enabling Technology Sector enjoy some £4billion in annual turnover, accounting for 10% of Scottish exports and providing a number of vital components to high profile markets and products. Accessing the right skills and people is crucial to stimulate growth, collaboration and innovation across the sector. With Technology Scotland’s focus on growing this vibrant community and Enigma People’s award-winning expertise in sourcing the best skills to industry; we are very excited to be working together and look forward to enjoying even more Scottish technology success over the next year!

BIO: Technology Scotland

“Technology Scotland is the leading cluster organisation for industry, academia, and other institutes engaged in the Emerging & Enabling (E&E) Technology sectors in Scotland, including advanced materials, electronics, nanotechnology, photonics, and advanced manufacturing.”

As a result of varying demands throughout the industry, Technology Scotland was formed in order to become the body which would represent the Emerging and Enabling Technology organisations across Scotland. This has allowed for diverse aspects of the technology industry to become interconnected, with Technology Scotland being the independent voice for these organisation.

In addition, Technology Scotland provides an opportunity for organisations to solve problems collectively and in turn, boost economic development and create supply chains. A variety of services are also offered by Technology Scotland as a way of supporting and encouraging member organisations to strive towards global competitiveness. Sevices such as events, workshops, collaborative networking and special interest groups are available throughout the year to member organisations.

Technology Scotland also acts as a conduit for members to and from government agencies, and to the Technology Advisory Group within Scottish Enterprise.


 THE FUTURE OF DESIGN: Adding Value Through Emerging & Enabling Technologies.

What better way to kick off our exciting new partnership than with Technology Scotland’s latest event: THE FUTURE OF DESIGN: Adding Value Through Emerging & Enabling Technologies.

Date: Thursday 17 August
Time: 5pm arrival for 5:30pm start
Venue: Drygate Brewery, Glasgow
Tickets: FREE (please note that non-attendees – without 24 hours notice – will be invoiced £10 following the event)

Event Info: As we enter the next wave of technological change, this event will explore how these Emerging & Enabling Technologies can reimage established products across a range of sectors to add value and drive profitability; whether it be healthcare, consumer, industrial or renewable products, design not only provides the framework for how new technologies work and are used, it also places it in a broader context that includes the total ecosystem with which it interacts.

Take a look here, check out the full details of the event and be sure to register…it’s going to be brilliant!


Enigma People is an award-winning technology recruitment consultancy. Visit our job search page for the latest vacancies in digital, electronics and software in Scotland. You can get in touch with us hello@enigmapeople.com or call us on 0141 332 4422.

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Posted May 16, 2017 | Enigma News, Technology Industry | No Comments »

Enigma People Solutions’ New Partnerships in 2017

We have some exciting news that we want to share with you!

Over the past few months, Enigma People Solutions has been very busy connecting with some really great organisations and individuals within the industry. As a result of this, we now have not one but two fantastic new partnerships! We are proud to say that we are partners with TechWorks & NMI and Glasgow City of Science and Innovation – both of which are facilitating the growth of the technology industry through their work with a variety of businesses and organisations within their key sectors. We are looking forward to working together on some exciting projects with these new partners, all of which will contribute towards supporting our industry and highlighting the importance of the Scottish and UK tech industry.

TechWorks Logo

Newly restructuring their operations to allow for a much more involved role in supporting UK Deep Tech, TechWorks was created to act as an umbrella to their existing connected communities; NMI, AESINIoTSF and PEUK , whilst also looking for opportunities for exploration and growth in new areas. Techworks looks to promote and develop the strength of the UK’s position as a technology giant by harnessing the excellent engineering and innovation which is in abundance in the UK already. The connected community of NMI realises the importance of the UK within the electronics industry and their mission is “to increase the quality and quantity of electronic engineering and manufacturing in the UK“. To do this, they are bringing together the UK electronics communities and taking a holistic view in order to successfully support the industry as it continues to evolve rapidly. Enigma People Solutions have partnered with TechWorks & NMI to contribute to their mission. We have already been working closely with NMI and have published the Post Budget Business Sentiment Survey, as a means of understanding the state of the electronics industry landscape, post-budget. It was also a great opportunity to gain some useful feedback on topics of interest for future events/webinars that we have planned for later on this year. Our Director, Ben Hanley, recently attended the TechWorks launch and here’s what he had to say about our new partnership:

“I want to be involved in TechWorks as it represents a great opportunity to see the Deep Tech industry in the UK truly come together to collaborate in a way that helps this important sector continue to be a world leader. There are many challenges faced by the sector including growth funding and investment, attraction and retention of talent but there is a fantastic opportunity for tech companies in the UK to be world leaders; to become Unicorns and to have UK companies that grow to become a Facebook or Google. As a recruiter in this space, we feel strongly that we have a responsibility to support our clients and to be as knowledgeable about the industry we support.”

 

Glasgow City of Science and Innovation

In addition to TechWorks, we have also welcomed on board Glasgow City of Science and Innovation! GCOSI works as a facilitation organisation; striving to bring together partners from across Glasgow and the West in order to boost innovation and contribute to a better quality of life. Their vision is something which we totally agree with and feel strongly about in this rapidly changing technological landscape:

“To work smarter, in partnership, to raise the profile of Glasgow and the West of Scotland as a world-class science destination and leverage science and technology to boost sustainable development and quality of life.”

Now, with over 90 organisations brought together from a variety of sectors, it’s safe to say that GCOSI is definitely succeeding in connecting people across Glasgow and the West. Not to mention their ability to highlight and promote the extraordinary science and technology-based talent that Glasgow holds to the rest of the UK and worldwide. GCOSI is involved with everything from Food and Drink to Education and Skills and Engineering, Design and Manufacturing; with their priority sectors being set up to align to the key growth sectors within the Glasgow City Region’s Economic Development Strategy. They are playing an invaluable role at the heart of the innovation ecosystem by providing support to local, national and international partners, investors and funders, industry and innovators, learners and educators and the public and media. Having as strong a footing in the innovation ecosystem as GCOSI does is one of the main reasons they have become such an exciting organisation within the STEAMMS landscape. GCOSI is the organisation to go to if you’re looking for some support, advice, expert knowledge concerning a whole host of topics surrounding science and technology..and so much more! Here at Enigma, we can’t wait to kick off our partnership with GCOSI!

 

Watch this space for all the latest news coming up from both of our new partnerships!

 

NMI connected Logo                                                   

 

If you’re interested in partnering with us, you can get in contact here: hello@enigmapeople.com or call us directly on 0141 3324422.


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