Member Profile – Philip Stewart

| 18/10/2013 | 1 Comment

Philip Stewart“An independent Scotland will succeed by helping its people and businesses succeed. Now that is an inspirational formula!”

Philip owns Dundee-based Kangaroo Print and Advertising and has worked across Scotland in various direct sales and promotional environments for nearly 20 years, mainly in Glasgow, Edinburgh and Dundee.

He launched Kangaroo Print and Advertising three years ago, and with his small evolving team of six he helps other small to medium size independent businesses throughout Scotland to promote and advertise their business.

Philip gets great satisfaction from helping other independent entrepreneurs succeed in their business ventures. “We are only succeeding by helping our business partners succeed, what an inspiring formula!” he said.

“I have always believed that Scotland should naturally regain its independence. We have the national history, national heritage, national culture, national languages, national poet, our national dress, national legal system, our national sporting teams, national industries… etc.  So Scotland already is a nation and is internationally recognised as so. What’s more we already have a successful working Scottish parliament and we even have the working politicians in place. So in my opinion it is such a natural final step to regain full economic and political control of all our futures by voting Yes in September 2014.

“I am confident that the canny and intelligent Scots will utilise their civic and commercial responsibilities to create a positive, socially responsible, capitalist environment for both people and businesses to flourish.”


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Michelle is a former national newspaper journalist who co-founded an award-winning IT business before launching Tartan Cat Communications. A social media and crowd-funding expert she sits on the Board of Business for Scotland and is the leader of the Glasgow Business for Scotland Group.

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