Globally Connecting

  • Events

    We hold monthly evening events in City of London locations hosted by global businesses who have strong links with Scotland. Scottish businesses, covering a broad spectrum of products and services, get the opportunity to showcase their business and directly seek support for their growth ambitions from our members.


    View our upcoming events here.

    Special interest groups

    We bring our members together around common interests, everything from Fintech & Cyber Security to HR & Recruitment. Let us know about your particular interest and we will develop this support group for you.


    An opportunity to meet more of your fellow members at our social events, hosted by Scottish Business Network members and our wider network, including summer evening rooftop networking and London west end shows.

  • Membership Benefits


    The Scottish Business Network is an organisation created to facilitate greater communication and connectivity between a network of the leading Scottish diaspora in order to proactively assist and support Scottish based companies expand internationally. Members are Scottish entrepreneurs and established business professionals who meet monthly in the City of London, to hear directly from and to assist, Scottish Businesses in their export ambition.


    If there are areas where you are looking for advice or expertise we will look for members, or outside contacts from our trusted network, who are willing to assist in accelerating your business growth. Our members have expertise in fintech, retail, cyber security, startups, recruitment, HR …… the list goes on.

    Press opportunities

    We are regularly sent requests from journalists looking for comment from or to undertake profiles of Scottish entrepreneurs and Scottish business professionals.

    Select opportunities

    We often have fantastic opportunities come our way which we pass on to our members, including reduced rates for a City of London virtual office location providing hot desk and meeting space.


    If you have a challenge in your business growth and international strategy, including how to crack the London market, share it with us and we will work with you to develop an appropriate, practical and sustainable solution.

  • Community

    We have a number of ways you can get involved with this supportive and growing global Network and the best way is to contact co-founder christine@sbn.scot to find out more.

    A global online forum for those interested in supporting Scottish business export ambition and for you to engage with your fellow members.

    View our LinkedIn group here


    We regularly promote our members’ activities, new business opportunities and successes.


    Follow us: @sbnscot

    Profile Building

    Can you contribute to our website guest blog? We cover a range of business topics and are happy to work with you on providing a guest blog on your business specialism.

    Member SOS

    If you have an urgent business challenge we can put out a ‘MemberSOS' on your behalf to seek assistance from Scottish Business Network global members.


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