New Updates to the Scottish Chambers of Commerce Team

SCC are delighted to announce that they have two new graduates who have recently joined the fantastic team.

Mansi has worked with SCC as an intern and has now accepted a permanent role. Cameron has joined this week on an internship.

They are both very much looking forward to visiting the Chamber Network to learn more about the fantastic work we all do across Scotland.

Forth Valley Chamber wish both Mansi and Cameron the best of luck in their new roles and look forward to meeting them soon! We know our FV network will welcome them both on board.

Read more about them in their own words below.

Mansi Dwivedi – Business Administration & Projects Graduate

“I am a recent graduate from the University of Edinburgh, with a LLB Law Honours degree. I joined the Scottish Chamber of Commerce in November 2022 as a Business Projects Intern and enjoyed supporting the SCC team at Chamber events and Trade Missions. I am drawn to working with a team of like-minded individuals to provide valuable resources and support to businesses across Scotland. Finally, I look forward to contributing to different aspects of the organisation, learning from my team and developing my commercial acumen.”


Cameron McKendrick – Marketing & Events Executive Intern

“I’m a recent graduate of the University of Strathclyde where I graduated with a First-Class Honours Degree in Hospitality & Tourism Management and Marketing. More recently, I have finished Thai Studies with Srinakharinwirot University based in Bangkok. I look forward to my time with the Scottish Chambers of Commerce as I believe it will allow me to develop the skills I have learnt throughout my university career in a professional setting. Furthermore, I look forward to all the valuable knowledge I will learn from my team and from participating at SCC events.”








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