Incremental Group’s co-founder and Chief Executive Officer Neil Logan joins seven other newly appointed Senior Enterprise Fellows at the University of Strathclyde, including former Skyscanner Chief Operating Officer and the founder of TEDxGlasgow.

The University of Strathclyde has appointed eight new Senior Enterprise Fellows to help create a world-leading ecosystem for business-leaders in the heart of Glasgow. The university is embarking on its five-year “Entrepreneurship Strategy 2020-2025” to develop a cutting-edge entrepreneurship hub. The strategy aims to inspire the next generation of entrepreneurs and support post-pandemic economic recovery across the city. As a Senior Enterprise Fellow, Neil Logan will play a pivotal role in helping to deliver the Entrepreneurship Strategy.

A proud graduate of The University of Strathclyde, Neil Logan said, “The University of Strathclyde’s Entrepreneurship Strategy is one that has the potential to make a real difference for Glasgow and the country more broadly. I am delighted to become a Senior Enterprise Fellow and work with such a capable and committed group to ensure the strategy has maximum impact.”

As well as spearheading the Entrepreneurship Strategy, the Senior Enterprise Fellows will share their experience and expertise with entrepreneurs and academics through the Strathclyde Inspire program. The program is designed to support and encourage entrepreneurship in all its forms, with a community of students, staff and alumni.

Professor Eleanor Shaw, associate principal for entrepreneurship and education, said: “Strathclyde Inspire embodies our entrepreneurial spirit and will help our students and staff realise their creativity and ambition, empowering them to make an impact on the world around them.”

Joining Neil as a fellow is Mark Logan, Skyscanner’s former Chief Operating Officer. Late last year Mark joined Neil to discuss his Scottish Government commissioned Tech Ecosystem Review. Together Mark and Neil dived into the review and discussed Mark’s recommendations for the Scottish tech sector – catch up by watching the conversation.

Also joining Neil and Mark as Senior Enterprise Fellows are:

  • Professor Janice Kirkpatrick (founding Director of Graven)
  • Dr Rabinder Buttar (founder and President of Clintec International)
  • Dr Susan Aktemel (Executive Director, Homes for Good Social Business Group)
  • Gurjit Singh Lalli (founder of TEDxGlasgow)
  • Ian Ritchie (inverstor and board member, National Theatre of Scotland)
  • John Waddell (visiting professor at The University of Strathclyde).

To find out more about The University of Strathclyde’s Entrepreneurship Strategy 2020/2025, visit the University of Strathclyde’s website.