Big voice crooner Tony Christie has been unveiled as the start turn at the cHeRries Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods.
A fledgling brewery in the north-east has secured a £120,000 funding package to increase production capacity more than six fold.
Aberdeenshire ice cream firm Mackie’s of Scotland has won a honey of a deal to supply its cold delights to Sainsbury's stores across the UK, worth an estimated £700,000 in sales.
A Highland bakery tasted sweet success when it was named Scottish Baker of the Year 2017.
A beer festival at discount retailer Lidl is set to deliver a £130,000 boost to craft brewers in Scotland.
The campaign for the cHeRies Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods, is now in full swing.
Airport operator Highlands and Islands Airports (Hial) enjoyed a boost in passenger numbers to "record-breaking" levels thanks to new routes to London and Amsterdam.
Over 100 jobs could be at risk in Aberdeen due to proposed cuts to the feed-in tariff for solar energy projects, a trade body has warned.
North-east food and farming firm, Mackie's, is celebrating its 30 years in business with the production of quarter of a million "vintage" ice cream tubs.
Aberdeen Asset Management has completed the installation of 1,000 solar panels on an investment property it owns in North London.
Small UK firms risk losing business because they are poorly prepared to fend off cyber attacks, a new report has warned.
Comedian and presenter Fred MacAulay have been revealed as the host of the ninth annual cHeRies awards.
The Thai-owned producer of Old Pulteney and Speyburn single malts was crowned as "whisky distiller of the year" at a prestigious industry awards scheme.
Business for hotels, bars, restaurants, travel and leisure in the UK rose at the fastest pace in over two years, research covering the service sector in the quarter to February has found.
Three well-known north-east business ventures, including the Albyn Bar, have gone into administration.
A luxury goods design firm is investing £645,000 in a new-state-of-the-art factory in Ross-shire to meet growing global demand.
Mackie’s of Scotland is the largest seller of "premium" ice cream in Scotland - beating out multinational-owned rivals Ben & Jerry's and Wall's Carte D'or.
The lowest decline in passenger numbers in nearly two years was hailed as a “fantastic start to the year” by Aberdeen Airport bosses.
The cHeRies Awards 2017, in association with Robert Gordon University’s Aberdeen Business School and supported by Mattioli Woods, is seeking entries for next year’s event, now in its tenth year.
The number of Scots companies, communities, farms and landowners making their own electricity has risen by more than 50% in the last year generating more than £271million worth of energy, new research has found.
Employers across Moray are being invited to a free event to hear how improving the skills of their workforce through work based learning can help growth and innovation.
Stewart Milne Group said it has secured a three year, £185million banking facility as part of its long-term growth strategy.
The owner of a Loch Ness boat cruise company has taken the top award at a prestigious Scottish tourism awards scheme.
The Scotch whisky and gin making industry was up in arms yesterday while drinkers bemoaned two pennies added to the cost of a pint in yesterday’s Spring budget.
A brewery based in Keith backed by investors from Dundee will be selling super-high strength beer in the UK again after a viral video caused demand to soar.
Dutch firm Abellio beat out rival First Group to land the East Anglia rail franchise from the Department for Transport (DfT).
The referendum on the UK's future in the European Union is damaging investment in Scotland's "fragile" property and construction sector, an advisory firm has warned.
Another year goes by and it doesn’t get any easier. The price of a barrel is 10% down on this time last and now hovers just over $40! The Saudis are playing very hardball with the Frackers and continue to pump full bore.
Tucked around the corner of the busy traffic corridor around Union Square and the train station is the Merchant Quarter. Its cobbled streets and independent shops, bars and restaurants hugging the base of Union Street above is remnant of Aberdeen’s medieval past and an oasis of character and charm, an antidote to chain outlets and corporate blandness.
Diageo boss Ivan Menezes stopped on Islay yesterday to launch a year of celebrations to mark the 200th anniversary of the Lagavulin Distillery.
Wind farms in Scotland generated record amounts of power in the first quarter of 2015 according to new data, which was released days after the UK government decided to cut subsidies to the projects.