The entrepreneurial team behind revolutionary new technology aimed at speeding up the time it takes to grab a beer at major events are launching a fresh fundraising drive.
There was an air of new beginnings at Offshore Europe yesterday as thousands of industry experts from around the world descended on the new P&J Live venue in Aberdeen.
Two Aberdeen entrepreneurs have secured £300,000 funding to further develop their invention for pouring a perfect pint in seconds.
Highland chain Harry Gow has become the first Scottish bakery to win a coveted national title for a second time.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Margaret Gear, owner of Yasp Physiotherapy Clinic in Scalloway, Shetland.
Fears are growing that Scotland’s fishing fleet may face a Brexit-fuelled EU backlash at end of year quota talks.
An office building in the heart of Aberdeen has changed hands for an undisclosed sum only weeks after it was snapped up at auction for just £20,000.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Richard Glanville, owner of Inverness-based rescue equipment firm MacInnes Stretchers.
Business leaders from the north and north-east won four of the top national honours at the 2019 IoD Scotland Director of the Year Awards last night.
An Aberdeen pub renowned for being a last bastion of male chauvinism until equality laws forced it to change its ways has gone on the market, with the seller seeking offers in excess of £500,000.
Sparrows Offshore Group has reported a boost for renewable energy in “another year of stability and growth”.
The Aberdeen and Dingwall offices of Brodies played a key part in the law firm notching up record turnover during the year to April 30.
The Scottish construction operations of Kier Group have offset a “disappointing” performance for the diversified company across the UK.
The Old Course Hotel in St Andrews set the bar high in one of the categories of the cHeRries Awards in 2018, and judges are on the hunt for an equally strong winner at this year’s event.
Each week we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Gordon Pearson who runs Wow Scotland Tours, together with wife Kay, in Tomatin.
Munro’s Travel said it had secured new business worth around £5 million since the start of the year.
The UK fishing industry is in danger of ending up with nothing left to catch if steps are not taken to enforce a ban on discards at sea, peers have warned.
EnerMech, the Aberdeen-based mechanical and electrical services company, will have a new chief executive from the start of next year.
Budget airline Ryanair has insisted it has not axed flights from Aberdeen to Faro, in Portugal, despite visitors to its website being unable to book them.
Scottish homeowners can expect the value of their properties to rise by 14% on average over the four years to 2022, a new report suggests.
Business leaders in Moray and the Western Isles were among the winners at EY’s Entrepreneur of the Year Scotland 2019 awards last night.
Tor Na Coille Hotel head chef Colin Lyall was crowned the region’s top cook at a prestigious awards ceremony in Aberdeen last night.
UK holidaymakers were fleeced out of more than £7 million by fraudsters during last year, new figures show.
Iconic Scottish manufacturer Harris Tweed Hebrides (HTH) said yesterday a weaker financial performance in its last full trading year was explained by its previous “exceptional” results.
Property development and construction giant Henry Boot said yesterday work on the £333 million Teca project in Aberdeen helped underpin the second-best annual profits performance in its 133-year history.
Springfield Properties saw its shares rise to their highest value since September after half-year profits more than doubled at the housebuilder.
Nearly 12,000 Scots will be made bankrupt this year, according to accountants and business advisers French Duncan.
Scottish retailers have reported the worst December sales figures in 20 years, highlighting continuing woes on the nation’s high streets .
Nearly 30 shop workers at HMV stores in Aberdeen and Inverness are facing an uncertain future following the high street chain’s collapse into administration.
Strong demand and high prices delivered “great earnings” for Mowi during 2018, the global fish farming giant said yesterday.
Britannia Hotels has expanded its Scottish footprint to five sites, including three in the north and north-east, after buying one of the Highlands’ best-known hotels.
Growing passenger numbers boosted profits at Aberdeen International Airport (AIA) during last year, the north-east gateway’s latest annual accounts show.