1,179 Business people declare support for independence

Hundreds of YES Business Ambassadors say Yes but have no one to debate against!Launched in March 2013, Business for Scotland is a co-operatively owned network for pro-independence businesspeople.

Our aspirational business declaration (below), written with input from over 200 of our members, clearly states that we believe Scotland will thrive as a direct result of becoming a self governing, independent country.

As of today 1,179 business people have declared support for independence publicly and privately through Business for Scotland.

We have profiled dozens of our members, and thousands of business people (many undecided) have attended our events in Glasgow, Edinburgh, Perth, Dundee, Aberdeen and Inverness to hear about the opportunities that a Yes vote will bring.

If you are a pro-independence businessperson (company director, professional, entrepreneur or business owner) please sign the declaration below and share this page on Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn and by email to your network.

The Business for Scotland Declaration

Business for Scotland Declaration

Fill in your details and submit to sign the declaration and we will be in touch.

Note: Business for Scotland will not publish nor share your details with third parties.

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About the Author ()

Gordon MacIntyre-Kemp is the Chief Executive of Business for Scotland. Also the owner of the social media and sales & marketing consultancy Intelligise and was the founding member of Business for Scotland. With a degree in business and economics, Gordon has worked as an economic development planning professional, and in marketing roles specialising in pricing modelling and promotional evaluation for global companies (including P&G). Gordon benefits (not suffers) from dyslexia, and is a proponent of the emerging new school of economic thinking. Gordon Blogs for Business for Scotland and The Huffington Post.

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