Strathclyde alumni Rebecca Pick delivers a speech at an event

Strathclyde Entrepreneurial NetworkStrathclyde 100

Strathclyde 100 is a network of entrepreneurial alumni and business people. Through a series of events, our alumni and business people support emerging Strathclyde entrepreneurs.

How does it work? 

Entrepreneurs and businesses pitch their ideas to the audience with the aim of securing help with specific things.
Chaired by the University Principal, Professor Sir Jim McDonald, Strathclyde 100 events have been running in Glasgow since 2003 with impressive results:
  • Introductions to CEOs Designate, Directors and Board members
  • Mentor relationships and advice from industry experts
  • On rare occasions, substantial grant funding and financial investment has been secured
  • Introductions to global contacts

Working closely with the Alumni & Development office, we've held Strathclyde 100 events in countries where the Strathclyde Business School has active alumni groups and MBA centres. So far we've had events in Dubai, Abu Dhabi, Singapore and Switzerland.

How do I take part? 

Attendance is by invitation only. To register your interest and find out more please email Strathclyde 100.


The University only has an introductory role in this arrangement. Our aim is to help introduce our clients (including students, graduates, academics or research staff, or entities in which such persons are involved) to the Strathclyde 100 network.

We have not carried out, nor will we have any responsibility for carrying out, any enquiries or diligence into our clients, their businesses or any third parties to whom our clients are introduced. We also do not make any representations or give any warranties as to our clients, any parties to whom they may be introduced, the introductions themselves (if any) or the outcome of any such introductions. It's the responsibility of the client and the third parties to whom they may be introduced to carry out such due diligence and make such enquiries as they in their discretion consider appropriate in the circumstances. The University has no responsibility for or in respect of such matters.