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Edinburgh Airport holds recruitment day amid jobs crisis

A recruitment day to promote the range of career opportunities at Edinburgh Airport will be held later this month (April 2022). The airport will be joined...

Murgitroyd acquire IP specialists Creation

Murgitroyd, the pan-European intellectual property protection (IP) business, has acquired the Glasgow-based IP specialist firm, Creation IP. The move is the latest step in Murgitroyd’s growth...

Henderson Loggie advise on sale of Truststream Security

The corporate finance team at Henderson Loggie has advised on the sale of Edinburgh based Truststream Security Solutions to SysGroup plc. Truststream Security Solutions Limited was...

Jim Cormack QC takes on new role at Pinsent Masons

Edinburgh-based solicitor advocate Jim Cormack, QC, has been appointed Global Head of Pinsent Masons’ Litigation, Regulatory and Tax (LRT) team. The role involves leading the law...

DM Hall make new director appointment in Edinburgh

DM Hall, one of Scotland’s largest independent firms of chartered surveyors, has appointed experienced property professional, Kirsten Nicolson, as a director. She will be based...

“Younger visitors” at centre of Scottish tourism marketing campaign

A MULTI-million pound global marketing campaign is set to bolster the recovery of the Scottish tourism and events industry by encouraging younger visitors to make...

Mint Ventures get Scottish Enterprise money to encourage more women into business

Mint Ventures, a women-led angel group which is democratising angel investment, has received funding from Scottish Enterprise and the Scottish Government’s Scottish Technology Ecosystem Fund...

Comment: Better a live donkey than a dead lion

Neil Bradbrook is Managing Director of Ahead Business Consulting. IN 1908 – sandwiched between Captain Scott’s first trip to the Antarctic and his fateful second trip...

Plant industry sees red over Chancellor’s diesel crackdown

The Scottish Plant Owners Association (SPOA) has written to the Chancellor of the Exchequer calling for a delay to the implementation of new legislation which...

Dundee University academics recommend their favourite reads for World Book Day

Tomorrow - Thursday, March 3 - marks World Book Day, an annual celebration of literature aimed at promoting the joy of reading to younger generations. But...

Dougall Baillie Associates add another chartered engineer to team

Independent consulting engineer Dougall Baillie Associates (DBA) has added another Chartered Engineer (CEng) to its industry-respected Structural Engineering team following a successful review of Senior Engineer Nicola...

Former top judge pays tribute to pioneering women in judiciary

A FORMER judge and President of the UK Supreme Court will pay tribute to the women who, like her, broke through the glass ceiling of...

Dunedin IT drags Bamburgh Castle out of the data Dark Ages

Dunedin IT, one of Scotland’s most experience technology and connectivity providers, recently completed a project to improve connectivity at Bamburgh Castle, Northumberland. The castle has become...

Edinburgh firm unveils new energy storage plan

Scots firm Gravitricity has secured a £912,000 grant from the Department of Business Energy & Industrial Strategy (BEIS) to develop plans for a multi-weight energy...

Construction businesses “suffering Victorian payment system”

Construction professionals are still suffering the “scourge” of a Victorian era payment system that was brought in to stop cowboy railway builders doing a runner,...

Wealth managers Tweed take the high road to a Highlands acquisition

WEALTH managers Tweed have taken over a Highlands-based financial advice firm. The acquisition - the fourth in recent years - takes the total assets under management...

We won’t make a dram out of a crisis: Glenmorangie get help “going green”

GLENMORANGIE have signed a deal it is claimed will help make their whisky more green. Water and wastewater company Alpheus Environmental has secured a contract to...

New Year is the time to resolve to get your business in shape

Stuart Clark is Managing Director at Russell & Russell Business Advisers, based in Glasgow. It is that time of year again. As regularly as the sun...

Angel flying high as they lead investment worth £24m in 2021

ANGEL investment group Archangels hit almost £24m in funds for Scottish tech and life sciences firms in 2021. The Edinburgh-based business led 11 investments totalling £23.7m...

Chartered accountants Russell & Russell appoint four new staff as they aim to treble turnover

GLASGOW-based chartered accountants Russell & Russell have announced four new appointments. The business advice specialist, which has increased its client portfolio by 20% since the 2020...

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