Global Game Changers 2018 in Glasgow tomorrow will turn Scotland’s largest city into the world capital of action for the UN Global Goals.

Cross-sector innovators, and pioneering businesses of all sizes, will join the international awards ceremony from Innovators Magazine and Newsquest Media that rewards impact towards the UN Global Goals. It will, of course, be a big night for the finalists who made the final cut, selected from a huge number of applications, but it will also strive to act as a catalyst to inspire others to go further in supporting – and raising awareness of – the Goals.


“Global Game Changers is one of the premier events for those visionaries desiring to change the world. I am especially excited to see this year’s award winners who are addressing the UN Global Goals within their submissions. This means we will have more sustainable innovation contributing to a desirable future and keeping us below 1.5 degrees of warming,” said the keynote speaker, Marc Buckley, a renowned advocate of the Global Goals is a member of the Expert Network for the World Economic Forum, and Germany and Austria Country Coordinator for Al Gore’s Climate Reality Project.


Join us at Glasgow’s Grand Central Hotel and forge new connections and collaborations to support your own vision to innovate for the   – book your tickets now.





Finalists across the 10 categories:


Corporates for Good


Barclays, in partnership with Unreasonable Group

BRAIN AG – Engineering Biology


Empowering Intrapreneuship – sponsored by City of Glasgow College


Children’s Hospices Across Scotland in partnership with Lens Perspectives


Moonshot Award

Solar Roadways Incorporated

ClinSpec Dx


Barclays, in partnership with Unreasonable Group

McCormack Innovation


Circular Breakthrough – sponsored by Circular Glasgow

BRAIN AG – Engineering Biology

EGG lighting

Hydraloop Systems BV

IntelliDigest Ltd

Quick Block Limited


Young Pioneers – sponsored by ScottishPower

2050 Climate Group

Altitude Thinking


Revive Eco Ltd

The New Art


Start-Up and Share

Revive Eco

Alterwaste Ltd



Breeze Technologies


Collaboration for Change


Circular Economy Club

Fashion for Good




Innovating in STEM Education/Training
– sponsored by Centre for Work-based Learning

City of Glasgow College


Edinburgh College

Glasgow Clyde College

Strathclyde University


Food for Thought – sponsored by Bayer Foundations




The Good Food Institute



Women in Innovation – sponsored by BAE Systems


Cerys Jenkins – Strathclyde University and CanSense Ltd

Eco Wave Power

Twenty – Mirjam de Bruijn

T30 Fitness Training