Scottish Enterprise provides support to businesses seeking to expand within the country and internationally.
The Scottish Enterprise provides the following support to businesses:
- Prepare for Brexit
- Business development and advice
- Develop products and services
- Funding and grants
- Exports and international markets
- Improve productivity and employee engagement
Scottish Enterprise office
50 Waterloo Street
|Telephone||0300 013 3542|
|Call from mobile phones or if outside Scotland||0141 247 1385|
The Scottish Enterprise supports the whole of Scotland which include the following cities and towns:
- Na h-Eileanan Siar
- Perth & Kinross
- Argyll & Bute
- Aberdeen City
- Dundee City
- West Dunbartonshire
- East Dunbartonshire
- Glasgow City
- North Lanarkshire
- West Lothian
- City of Edinburgh
- East Lothian
- East Renfrewshire
- South Lanarkshire
- East Ayrshire
- Scottish Borders
- South Ayrshire
- Dumfries & Galloway
For other UK Department for International Trade regional offices, click here.
Alternatively, you may use this link to find your local DIT office by entering your postcode.
Get your company record up to date
It is important to get your company filings up to date with Companies House. This is because anyone wishing to collaborate with your company can get information about your company from Companies House.
The information available on the public record include the following:
- Signed and approved Company accounts
- confirmation statement
- The company date of incorporation
- Company names including company name change history, if applicable.
- Current and past company registered office addresses
- company registration numbers issued by Companies House.
- Current and past company directors and secretary’s details
- The company’s current trading status – active or dissolved.
- insolvency information, if applicable. For example, if the company is in administration, their company status will show as “in administration”.
Certificate of good standing for a British company
The certificate of good standing certifies that your company has been in continuous, unbroken existence since its incorporation and that no action is currently being taken to strike it off the Companies House register.
When a certificate of good standing is needed?
Banks, lenders, a business corporation based overseas that collaborate with a UK company may require you to provide them with a certificate of good standing to prove the existence of your company at the time of entering into a business transaction with you.
Department for International Trade offices worldwide
If you are currently based outside the UK, click here for the list of the UK Department for International Trade offices worldwide contacts.