MDIS has established links with a number of American Associations. The following Associations have an interest in what is happening in Scotland and conversely represent a valuable resource for Scottish companies.
The Scottish taxation system is currently the same as the UK, although the new Scottish Parliment has powers to vary some taxes.
An overview of the main industry sectors, together with an indepth summary of 3 sectors: medical devices; healthcare; biotechnology.
Information to explain CE marking requirements for medical devices.
There is a network of business support avaliable to Scottish companies and also to businesses from outside of the UK seeking to develop partnerships with Scottish companies.
People from outside of the UK require a Visa to enter the UK unless they have a valid UK or European Union passport.....
Scottish Enterprise and the Local Enterprise Companies operating in Scotland are the main points of contact for development assistance.
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With few exceptions, visitors to the UK are not entitled to free medical treatment and healthcare. Any treatment received will be charged accordingly, therefore visitors should acquire sufficient medical insurance for the duration of their stay.
Standardisation in the EU is being implemented throughout Europe as the borders between Member States are eliminated and the principle of free movement of goods within the Union is on the uptake.
Venture capital provides commited and long-term risk sharing equity capital. This helps unquoted companies grow and compete in an increasingly competitive market place.
There are a number of ways to gain access to information about the European Union.
ISO 9000 is a set of five universal standards for a Quality Assurance system that is accepted world-wide. Currently 90 countries have adopted ISO 9000 as national standards. When a product or service is purchased from a company that is registered to the appropriate ISO 9000 standard, the quality is assured.