Scottish Female Entrepreneurs Sponsored by Edinburgh-based Accountancy Firm Steedman

Scottish Female Entrepreneurs Sponsored by Edinburgh-based Accountancy Firm Steedman

Steedman & Company Limited is sponsoring Sook Spaces in the new £1 billion St James Quarter until September 5.

The initiative, supported by Women’s Business Station helps local businesses interact with their immediate neighbourhoods via a cost-effective presence within city centres.

As one of Women’s Business Station’s ’empowerment partners’, Steedman and Company’s involvment aids female entrepreneurs with taking their products and services to their communities.

Kirstin Strachan, operations director at Steedman, said:

“When we were afforded the opportunity to sponsor an event which allows women to bring their product or service to market in one of the best locations in Edinburgh, we jumped at the chance to be involved.”

Launching on 2nd September, the Steedman Entrepreneurial Hub Club inside Bonnie & Wild at St James Quarter, will convene quarterly to assist in an ongoing programme of supporting female business owners in the vicinity.

Read the full Scotsman article:

Scottish female entrepreneurs set up shop in Edinburgh’s St James Quarter | The Scotsman

More coverage:

The Courier

Evening Telegraph

Dundee & Angus Chamber of Commerce

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Jason has over two decades of experience in accountancy, finance and technology gained in London, Edinburgh and Manchester with Deutsche Bank, Baillie Gifford, Edinburgh Partners and, most recently, BNY Mellon where he was Fund Accounting Vice President.

Jason has a BSc in Mathematics from Heriot Watt University, Investment Management Certificate (IMC), Investment Administration Qualification (IAQ), PRINCE 2 Practitioner status and is a member of the Association of Chartered Certified Accountants (ACCA).

Jason works with clients across many sectors and specialises in helping start-up companies launch and grow, implement systems and access funding and tax reliefs.

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