We are thrilled to welcome Caryn Gibson to our Board of Directors. An advocate for female entrepreneurship and supporting the next generation, Caryn loves nothing more than inspiring and encouraging both women and young people to be the best they can be.

A passion for innovation and a creative problem solver with a partnership approach meant Caryn jumped at the opportunity to take up her now role of Economics Partnership Manager at Dundee and Angus College. There, she is currently expanding and developing the college offering of skills support to both individuals and businesses in Dundee and Angus as we look to build our economy back.

Caryn has worked in the business support ecosystem for over ten years now and is well experienced in starting, supporting and growing businesses from birth to high growth across all sectors.

Caryn’s Career

Throughout her career, Caryn has supported well over 1000 business across the North East of Scotland and has worked in both people and project management and was responsible for the development of the Famous Grouse Ideas Accelerator Programme which aimed to support and grow the creative sector across Tayside.  She then moved on to Manage the Business Gateway Service for Dundee, Angus and Perth and took the team to be the highest performing in Scotland and introduced a new forward thinking approach to business support which put customers at the centre.

Caryn is fully behind our lofty ambitions for the future and we are so pleased to welcome her and her expertise to the team.

When speaking of her appointment, Caryn said:

“I am delighted to join the board for Women’s Business Station and look forward to working with the team to help drive their growth strategy forward.
As an ambassador for female entrepreneurship with a strong belief in raising the ambition level of women I have always admired the work of Women’s Business Station and the impact their work has had on our local female community.  I look forward to working with such an ambitious team who hold their values at the core.”
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