In March 2021, life sciences giant LumiraDx announced a multi-million pound investment in its current Scottish operations, the largest and most ambitious investment of its kind in Scotland.
In October 2017, London-based fintech firm Previse opened its first Glasgow office after securing an £800,000 R&D (research and development) grant from Scottish Enterprise.
In 2017, California-based life sciences company BioSpyder Technologies created a new subsidiary, BioClavis, a Glasgow-based spin-out.
In 2015, fintech firm Encompass began its global expansion by opening an office in Glasgow, three years after launching in Sydney, Australia.
Alvarez & Marshal (A&M) opened their fifth UK office in Glasgow in February 2020.
ReproCELL's relocation to the West of Scotland Science Park was supported by £150,000 of Regional Selective Assistance from Scottish Enterprise in December 2016.
Global investment bank JPMorgan Chase & Co. have had a presence in Glasgow for over 20 years.
In January 2020, newly established medical technology firm EnMovi chose Glasgow to advance its development of orthopaedic sensors and data analytics after receiving a £2.5m research and development (R&D) grant from Scottish Enterprise.
US Software and IT company, Accusoft, chose Glasgow as its first European office in 2018.