Find out more Entrepreneurial Scotland’s world-class Saltire leadership programmes equip high potential individuals with the skills and mindset to succeed.With our international internships for undergraduates and intensive accelerated leadership development programme at Babson College, you can learn from businesses and leaders who have done it before, developing your potential and inspiring your ambition.Following graduating his Saltire Fellowship Assean launched Flavourly, the fastest growing gourmet food, snack and craft beer discovery service.Flavourly is currently on track to reach £1M in sales and in the process of closing substantial seed investment.Originally thought to be sky-blue, this color became darker during the 17th century, at times appearing dark 'navy' blue.Manufacturers of the flag didn't necessarily select the same shade of blue and this was often a subject of spirited debate!
The first illustration of the Saltire flag in it's full blue and white glory appeared around the middle of the 16th Century, and between that time and the year 2003 the blue of the flag has seen some changes.
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We support world-class development for high potential leaders at the early or mid-career stages through our programmes.
Beneath the flagpole you'll find the famous battle scene, complete with a moving inscription, carved in granite.
You can even enjoy a view across the very ground where King Angus defeated King Aethelstan all those centuries ago.
Find out more Our 18-month Scale-up Scotland leadership programme is for ambitious entrepreneurs leading high growth businesses.