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Scots software firm appoints long-serving employee into new director position

A SCOTS software firm has promoted one of its longest serving members of staff to a newly created strategic role. Alyson McMenemy, who joined Eureka Solutions...

Couriers flying high after launch of airline baggage division

A SCOTS courier company is reaching new heights after it launched a specialist airline lost baggage service. Eagle Aviation – an offshoot of Eagle Couriers –...

New discussion papers spark the debate on the carbon market

Carbon market must have positive environmental outcomes and deliver community benefit, say new discussion papers ECONOMIC AND LEGAL experts have explored how to help manage Scotland’s...

Scots care home launches dementia awareness series

A SCOTS care home is bringing together dementia care experts to launch its calendar of activities to raise awareness of the disease. With an estimated 90,000...

Developer appointed to deliver 66 specialist homes in Dundee

NEW HOUSING for those requiring assisted living is a step closer as a renowned developer has been chosen to build 66 homes in Dundee. Independent living...

Mackie’s named one of Scotland’s top five food brands

SCOTS brand Mackie's has captured the Scottish food market as it experiences a jump in the number of households buying its products. According to a comprehensive...

Swimming lesson providers dive in with Learn to Swim recovery  

A SWIMMING lesson project for Scottish children is back on track after recording an 87% recovery from the huge disruptions caused by the pandemic. The National...

Walking charity on the hunt for Scotland’s local gems

A SCOTS walking charity is encouraging outdoor enthusiasts to get involved and uncover local gems as part of National Walking Month. Paths for All is hosting...

Scotland’s wealth management sector moving to a greener future

WEALTH fund managers who align investment strategies to green and sustainable stocks are highly prized recruits in a restricted Scottish employment market. The generational swing to...

TEFL careers soar throughout California in spite of the pandemic

A TUTOR of teaching English as a foreign language (TEFL) has urged Californian students to consider the profession as a career choice post-college. Dr Joan Pagnotta...

Scots spaceport launches campaign to encourage youngsters into industry

A NEW CAMPAIGN is to be launched by a Scots spaceport to educate youngsters about careers in the UK's growing space sector. Running throughout 2022, ‘A...

Hospitality tech disruptor exceeds £500k crowdfund target

Fast growing fintech start-up ePOS Hybrid passes goal in minutes A hospitality tech firm has smashed its latest pre-series A funding round after hitting a £500,000...

MSP visits Dundee hub of children’s surgery charity

AN MSP today praised the work of a Dundee charity which provides life-saving surgery for children in low and middle-income countries. The Minister for Culture, Europe...

Scots events venue offers hefty holiday bonus to hospitality recruits

A SCOTS events venue has launched a new benefits package in a bid to continue to expand its workforce. To cut through the competitive jobs market,...

Official opening of worlds first children’s operating room in a refugee camp

Ceremony to celebrate work of paediatric surgeons making a huge impact The long-awaited opening ceremony of the first dedicated paediatric operating room within a refugee camp...

How can Bitcoin Affect Montblanc?

Bitcoin is gradually becoming more popular, with its value rising. Some people are sceptical about it, but others see its potential to change the way...

Been hair, done that: Scots pensioner enrols at barber academy aged 66

A SCOTS pensioner is returning to his roots to take up a career in barbering – four decades after first picking up his clippers. James Cleland,...

Equality Network volunteers help shape housing service of the future

A GROUP of volunteers is being assembled to shape a housing provider’s future equality framework and policy. Housing provider Bield has committed to putting its tenants...

Enduring appeal of city lights sees Scotland’s rents rocket

THE APPEAL of city living in Scotland has shown a resurgence in demand for urban homes that has pushed rents to record highs. The latest quarterly...

COP26 spurs opportunities for pension specialists amid rising ESG focus

SCOTLAND’S pensions sector benefited from a “green gift” as a result of the COP26 UN climate change conference held in Glasgow last November. The spotlight shone...

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