FORMER Scottish Enterprise boss Lena Wilson has added a further two appointments to her portfolio of non-executive directorships.

Ms Wilson, who stepped down from the economic development agency in 2017, has been appointed non-executive director and senior independent director of Agentex Group, a foreign exchange business.

The appointment was announced on the same day Ms Wilson was installed as the new chairman of Scottish start-up Turtle Pack, which makes a swimming aid for young children now sold in 23 countries.

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Ms Wilson will hold the roles alongside her board appointments at Royal Bank of Scotland, Intertek and Scottish Power Renewables. She is also a visiting professor at the University of Strathclyde and an ambassador for The Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice.

On her role at Turtle Pack, Ms Wilson said: “Ryan Carenduff, chief executive, Michael Harkins, founder, and the team at Turtle Pack have made great progress turning an initial idea into a patented product which has great potential and is loved by parents and children alike. Turtle Pack is working to help children around the world learn this key life skill in a way that’s fun and efficient.

“I am excited to be working with a start-up business with global potential.”