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Asia Scotland Institute
is a young, evolving nonprofit organisation whose mission is to equip Scotland's leaders with the knowledge and skills needed to engage with Asia in a way that their enterprising forebears did.

We promote awareness, understanding and collaboration between Scotland and Asia through our unique programme of events. And we are supported by a distinguished International Advisory Council and Members & Associates. Read more about us, meet the team and find out how to become a member

Roddy GowASI Chairman and Founder Roddy Gow OBE"The programmes that we run and the events that we have held have featured the world's leading economists, global business leaders, ambassadors, politicians and, importantly, the cultures of the countries within Asia. It is through understanding these countries that we believe success lies. We intend to be a game-changer for a generation and for Scotland as a whole" -  ASI Chairman and Founder Roddy Gow OBE. Watch a short welcome video from Roddy here 

“I really hope and believe [you can] build the Asia Scotland Institute into a sustainable organisation that builds strong links between Scotland and Asia for many years to come”
 - former First Minister Alex Salmond.

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Members & Associates

  • University of Edinburgh Business School
  • Highlands and Islands Enterprise
  • ICAS
  • Scotland-China Association
  • American-Scottish Foundation
  • Glasgow Chamber of Commerce
  • Adam Smith Institute
  • Aberdeen & Grampian Chambers of Commerce
  • Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce
  • Scottish Financial Enterprise
  • Chicago Scots
  • University of Glasgow
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