Using our in-depth expertise and research capabilities, we scan global and local economic trends to assess how these may affect Scotland’s health, wealth and wellbeing
We recognise the pressing imperative to address the transition to a digital society, grow our economy and work rapidly towards net zero.
To that end, Prosper works tirelessly to promote Scotland’s potential to become a living lab for innovation, with substantial global tech success having already been achieved via renewable energy, gaming, AI, fintech and cybersecurity.
We support our members to prepare for, participate, and benefit from this new and emerging tech by sharing innovative thinking and experience at events, roundtable sessions and through our research and publications.
BT, ScotlandIS and the RSE have been long-standing partners working with us to identify what needs to be done to help all of us be fit to join in the fourth industrial revolution.
Our report Building a World-Leading AI and Data Strategy for an Inclusive Scotland lays out how Scotland can harness the technologies of the Fourth Industrial Revolution and build a world-leading AI and data strategy for an inclusive Scotland.
The most recent of these reports is Innovation Critical: Scotland’s Net Zero Mission and Climate Tech Opportunity
Our Mind the Gap report provides analysis of how data, digital and technology could be used to help the country recover from Covid-19, transform health and social care, and boost our economy.