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City of Dundee, is Scotland’s fourth-largest city and the 51st-most-populous built-up area in the United Kingdom. Historically part of Angus, antidepressants online usa, the city developed into a burgh in the late 12th century and established itself as an important east coast trading port.

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Feb
23
Fri
Venture 2018 Final – Live Pitching, Keynotes and Business Workshops @ Dalhousie Building
Feb 23 all-day
Venture 2018 Final - Live Pitching, Keynotes and Business Workshops @ Dalhousie Building | Scotland | United Kingdom

The Venture 2018 Final promises to be an exciting day within the University of Dundee, and indeed the city’s calendar, being the final event in both Entrepreneurship Week 2018 and Dundee Business Week.

By registering today, you will secure your FREE ticket to:

Hear from entrepreneurial speakers including Dr Debbie Wake of MyWay Digital Health and David Tonery of Oxy-Gen Combustion

Take part in cutting-edge business workshops delivered by V&A Dundee, Entrepreneurial Scotland, Coca-Cola 5 by 20 and Elevator

Have ample networking opportunities with businesses, investors and academics

Speak to the 16+ expert business support organisations within our exhibition

Find out more about the new Centre of Entrepreneurship (including tours) that has been established on campus for Dundee City in partnership with Elevator UK

Watch our Staff, Students and Recent Graduates pitch live on stage for a share of the £26k prize fund

Agenda

WORKSHOPS

Workshop logos V&A Dundee, Coca-Cola 5 by 20, Entrepreneurial Scotland and Elevator

9.30am – Registration

Workshop Session 1 (Choice of 2):

9.45-11.30am – ‘59 Minute Design Challenge’ – Andy Cameron and Jo McNicoll, Design for Business Programme, V&A Dundee (CAPACITY 30)

or

10.30-11.30am – ‘Women and Entrepreneurship’ – Angie Foreman, Programme Director – Scotland, Coca-Cola 5by20 (CAPACITY 50)

11.30am – Tea/Coffee break, Networking and Business Support Exhibition

Workshop Session 2 (Choice of 2):

12-1pm – ‘Introduction to the Business Model Canvas’ – Andy Campbell, Accelerator Manager Dundee, Elevator (CAPACITY 50)

or

12-1pm – ‘The Power of Networks’ – Sandy Kennedy, Chief Executive, Entrepreneurial Scotland (CAPACITY 50)

1pm – Lunch – Sponsored by University of Dundee Organisational Professional Development

PITCHING/KEYNOTES

2.10pm – Introduction to Afternoon, Brian McNicoll, Enterprise and Entrepreneurship Manager, University of Dundee and Sandy Kennedy, Chief Executive, Entrepreneurial Scotland

2.15pm – Live Pitching Part I – Student Award Categories

4.15pm – Audience Vote Best Pitch – iPad Air, Sponsored by University of Dundee, Centre of Entrepreneurship

4.20pm – Tea/Coffee break, Networking and Business Support Exhibition

4.45pm – Keynote Speaker with Q&A – Dr Debbie Wake Founder & CEO, MyWay Digital Health

5.15pm – Live Pitching Part II – Staff and Recent Graduate Award Categories

6.45pm – Audience Vote Best Pitch – iPad Air, Sponsored by Converge Challenge

6.50pm – Comfort Break

7.05pm – Keynote Speaker with Q&A – David Tonery of Oxy-Gen Combustion

7.35pm – Judges Overview/Feedback

7.40pm – Prize Giving/Announcements – Karl Leydecker, Vice-Principal Learning and Teaching, University of Dundee

7.45pm – Closing Remarks

7.50pm – Wine Reception

8.30pm – Ends

Mar
3
Sat
Angus Farmers Market Montrose @ High Street
Mar 3 @ 10:00 am

On the first Saturday of each month Angus Farmers Market is held in Montrose High Street and on the second Saturday of each month it is held at The Mart, John St, in Forfar.

Angus Farmers Market @ High Street
Mar 3 @ 11:05 am

Angus Farmers Market 1st Saturday in the month in the High Street.

Mar
7
Wed
The Life of a Community Bobby @ Gateway to the Glens Museum
Mar 7 @ 7:00 pm
The Life of a Community Bobby @ Gateway to the Glens Museum | Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us at the Gateway to the Glens Museum for an evening talk by retired Police Officer and Tayside Police Museum volunteer George Morgan, hear the fascinating stories of policing in Kirriemuir and the Glens and how it has changed, followed by a look at some of the interesting objects from the Police Museum.

Mar
9
Fri
Marvellous Mosaics @ Gateway to the Glens Museum
Mar 9 @ 3:45 pm
Marvellous Mosaics @ Gateway to the Glens Museum | Scotland | United Kingdom

Those clever Romans were ahead of their time in so many ways. These days we make our pictures on TV, computers and in print using lots of coloured dots or pixels to build up the image. The Romans had their own version using coloured stone tiles to create colourful mosaics on floors and walls. Join us at the Gateway to the Glens Museum to create your own Marvellous Mosaic to celebrate BBC Civilisations week which explores the visual culture of societies from around the globe.

Mar
10
Sat
Our Mortal Remains @ Dalhousie Building
Mar 10 all-day
Our Mortal Remains @ Dalhousie Building | Scotland | United Kingdom

Anatomical dissection has been the cornerstone of medical education for many years but the generosity of body donors is now also beginning to change the face of modern medicine. Hear from a female panel of professionals who, at varying stages of their careers, will be discussing the importance of body donation, the impact it has had within anatomy and how it has influenced their careers. This event is also part of a 12 month long celebration for the University’s Year of Anatomy in 2018 which commemorates the 130th year of the prestigious Cox Chair of Anatomy as well as marking International Women’s Day.

Angus Farmers Market Forfar @ Strathmore Hall Forfar
Mar 10 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

On the first Saturday of each month Angus Farmers Market is held in Montrose High Street and on the second Saturday of each month it is held at The Mart, John St, in Forfar.

Museum Talk: Scotland’s Hidden Harlots & Heroines @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Mar 10 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Museum Talk: Scotland's Hidden Harlots & Heroines @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT | Scotland | United Kingdom

Annie Harrower-Gray opens up an alternative view of Scotland’s turbulent history, revealing three centuries through the eyes of the nation’s women. The whole of society appears, from ordinary labourers, prostitutes and factory hands to their more celebrated sisters and even witches, bodysnatchers and female Jacobites.

Join us for this unique HMS Unicorn & Dundee Museum of Transport collaboration as HMS Unicorn goes on tour!

Talk takes place at Dundee Museum of Transport. Numbers limited so book soon! To book contact Dundee Museum of Transport directly.

Delivered as part of Dundee Women’s Festival 2018!

Mar
12
Mon
Café Science Dundee: Virtual Reality: The Future is Now @ Avery & Co
Mar 12 all-day
Café Science Dundee: Virtual Reality: The Future is Now @ Avery & Co | Scotland | United Kingdom

Virtual Reality is marketed for gamers, but there are many other uses for this technology and its popularity continues to rise. What is it about the immersive nature of Virtual Reality that appeals to us? Virtual Reality and its sister technology, Augmented Reality, have been used in many different forms in a wide range of settings including leisure, medicine, education, art and in the military.

Join Dr Rachel Menzies from the University of Dundee to discuss the science behind virtual reality and augmented reality. How can these technologies be used? What are the benefits to society? How can we push the boundaries of technology even further?

Mar
17
Sat
Dundee Farmers Market @ City Square
Mar 17 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Farmers’ Markets take place on the third Saturday of the month from February to December. The markets are located in City Square and operate from 9.00am to 4.00pm. The Markets provide a showcase for a wide range of locally cultivated produce, with everything from organic vegetables to fresh eggs, and baking to beef.

Apr
7
Sat
Angus Farmers Market Montrose @ High Street
Apr 7 @ 10:00 am

On the first Saturday of each month Angus Farmers Market is held in Montrose High Street and on the second Saturday of each month it is held at The Mart, John St, in Forfar.

Model Steam Weekend @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Apr 7 @ 10:30 am – Apr 8 @ 3:30 pm
Model Steam Weekend @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT | Scotland | United Kingdom

The bi-annual Steam Weekend returns to Dundee Museum of Transport on 7th & 8th of April 2018!

As always, lots of fun for all the members of the family.
– Working models
– Stalls
– Miniature railway
– Art & Craft Activities
– Face-painting

Tickets buy on arrival & valid on day of purchase

Angus Farmers Market @ High Street
Apr 7 @ 11:05 am

Angus Farmers Market 1st Saturday in the month in the High Street.

Apr
14
Sat
Angus Farmers Market Forfar @ Strathmore Hall Forfar
Apr 14 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

On the first Saturday of each month Angus Farmers Market is held in Montrose High Street and on the second Saturday of each month it is held at The Mart, John St, in Forfar.

Apr
21
Sat
Dundee Farmers Market @ City Square
Apr 21 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Farmers’ Markets take place on the third Saturday of the month from February to December. The markets are located in City Square and operate from 9.00am to 4.00pm. The Markets provide a showcase for a wide range of locally cultivated produce, with everything from organic vegetables to fresh eggs, and baking to beef.

Apr
22
Sun
Birthday / Drive-it National Day @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Apr 22 @ 10:30 am – 3:30 pm
Birthday / Drive-it National Day @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT | Scotland | United Kingdom

We are celebrating our 4th birthday & National Drive-It Day.

Things to look forward to:-
– Street display of vehicles, from classic cars to fire engines!
– Games and activities

No entry forms are required for vehicles attending. If you are a Club planning on attending we would appreciate if you could get in touch with Forbes with an estimate number of vehicles: forbie50@msn.com

May
5
Sat
Angus Farmers Market Montrose @ High Street
May 5 @ 10:00 am

On the first Saturday of each month Angus Farmers Market is held in Montrose High Street and on the second Saturday of each month it is held at The Mart, John St, in Forfar.

Angus Farmers Market @ High Street
May 5 @ 11:05 am

Angus Farmers Market 1st Saturday in the month in the High Street.

May
12
Sat
Angus Farmers Market Forfar @ Strathmore Hall Forfar
May 12 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

On the first Saturday of each month Angus Farmers Market is held in Montrose High Street and on the second Saturday of each month it is held at The Mart, John St, in Forfar.

May
19
Sat
Dundee Farmers Market @ City Square
May 19 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Farmers’ Markets take place on the third Saturday of the month from February to December. The markets are located in City Square and operate from 9.00am to 4.00pm. The Markets provide a showcase for a wide range of locally cultivated produce, with everything from organic vegetables to fresh eggs, and baking to beef.

May
24
Thu
Museum Talk : Steam locomotives for the Edinburgh to Aberdeen line @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
May 24 @ 6:00 pm – 7:15 pm
Museum Talk : Steam locomotives for the Edinburgh to Aberdeen line @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT | Scotland | United Kingdom

Join us for a fascinating talk on the steam locomotives for the Edinburgh to Aberdeen line with Alan MacFarlane.

Admission price includes entry to Museum and refreshments.

Jun
2
Sat
Angus Farmers Market Montrose @ High Street
Jun 2 @ 10:00 am

On the first Saturday of each month Angus Farmers Market is held in Montrose High Street and on the second Saturday of each month it is held at The Mart, John St, in Forfar.

Angus Farmers Market @ High Street
Jun 2 @ 11:05 am

Angus Farmers Market 1st Saturday in the month in the High Street.

Jun
3
Sun
Scottish Classic Motorcycle Club Meeting @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Jun 3 @ 10:30 am – 1:00 pm
Scottish Classic Motorcycle Club Meeting @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT | Scotland | United Kingdom

We are very happy to announce the visit of the Scottish Classic Motorcycle Club Meeting to Dundee Museum Of Transport A selection of classic motorcycles from across Scotland will be at the museum for visitors to enjoy.
Tickets buy on arrival, valid on day of purchase.

Jun
9
Sat
Angus Farmers Market Forfar @ Strathmore Hall Forfar
Jun 9 @ 10:00 am – 4:00 pm

On the first Saturday of each month Angus Farmers Market is held in Montrose High Street and on the second Saturday of each month it is held at The Mart, John St, in Forfar.

Jun
10
Sun
Strathmore Highland Games @ Glamis Castle
Jun 10 all-day

Events:
Running
Cycling
Heavy Weights
Tug-of-war
Solo Piping
Highland Dance

Strathmore Highland Games are held annually in the picturesque setting of Glamis Castle, childhood home of the Late Queen Mother on the second Sunday of June.  The Castle is open to the Public on Games day.

Jun
16
Sat
Dundee Farmers Market @ City Square
Jun 16 @ 9:00 am – 4:00 pm

Farmers’ Markets take place on the third Saturday of the month from February to December. The markets are located in City Square and operate from 9.00am to 4.00pm. The Markets provide a showcase for a wide range of locally cultivated produce, with everything from organic vegetables to fresh eggs, and baking to beef.

Jun
17
Sun
Bus & Coach Sunday @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Jun 17 @ 10:30 am – 3:30 pm
Bus & Coach Sunday @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT | Scotland | United Kingdom

A selection of buses and coaches from across Scotland will be at the museum for visitors to enjoy.

As always, lots of fun for all the family, including:
– Stalls
– Activities for all ages
– Tea on the bus

Ticket Information:
Buy on arrival, valid on day of purchase.

Jun
21
Thu
Museum Talk: Derek Simpson, Dundee Corporation Buses @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT
Jun 21 @ 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm
Museum Talk: Derek Simpson, Dundee Corporation Buses @ DUNDEE MUSEUM OF TRANSPORT | Scotland | United Kingdom

Join Derek Simpson and get an insight into Dundee Corporation Buses in the 60s and 70s, part II. Derek has amassed a private archive of thousands of images of Dundee buses, many of which have never been publicly displayed before.

Admission price: Adults £5 / Under 16 £2.50 / Members Free
Admission price includes entry to the museum and refreshments

Jul
7
Sat
Angus Farmers Market Montrose @ High Street
Jul 7 @ 10:00 am

On the first Saturday of each month Angus Farmers Market is held in Montrose High Street and on the second Saturday of each month it is held at The Mart, John St, in Forfar.