Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Bill Aitken, managing director of Oldmeldrumbased Red Rooster Lifting.
A host of companies from across the north and north-east are to benefit from a £21 million investment from a partnership between Scotland and Japan.
Budding young entrepreneurs across the north and north-east are getting a little extra help from Tesco, thanks to a funding tie-up between the UK’s largest retailer and Young Enterprise (YE) Scotland.
Scottish Enterprise boss Steve Dunlop has said he wants the economic development agencies to reach all businesses needing help anywhere in the country.
Eleven huge cruise ships due to dock in Aberdeen next year have been turned away after port bosses admitted the £350million expansion project has been delayed.
Sparrows Offshore Group has reported a boost for renewable energy in “another year of stability and growth”.
North-east craft distiller Lost Loch Spirits is celebrating another milestone after launching a school for would-be rivals.
The woman now at the helm of the Scottish Fishermen’s Federation (SFF) has said the industry is at a “pivotal” point, with the looming Brexit deadline dictating the UK’s role in crunch end-of-year quota talks.
About 500 Unite the Union members who work at Diageo operations across Scotland have accepted a revised pay offer by the drink giant.
North-east entrepreneur Martin Gilbert said last night he was looking forward to more golfing, fishing and skiing after he retires from the front line of business next year.
A total of £75,000 is up for grabs for digital skills projects across Scotland under a scheme aimed at inspiring young people to understand, create and use technology.
The £2 billion-a-year Scottish salmon farming industry produced nearly 18% fewer fish during 2018, compared with the year before, official figures showed yesterday.
Cumbria – home to the beautiful Lake District and the county of the first city you reach travelling by road from Scotland down the A74-M74 and then the M6.
Each week, we ask small firms key questions. Here we speak to Louise Jenkins-Lang, co-director of Banchory-based management consultancy Lindsay & Lang.
A senior economist at one of the world’s biggest professional services firms will visit Aberdeen next week to help north-east firms navigate Brexit.
A leading light in the region’s cultural and creative arts sector was honoured with a lifetime achievement award at last night’s Northern Star Business Awards (NSBAs).
New Scottish Government figures have revealed mixed fortunes for the country’s fishing fleet.
Scotland’s largest independent co-operative has defied a gloomy retail climate to deliver higher profits and turnover.
Munro’s Travel said it had secured new business worth around £5 million since the start of the year.
One of the world’s “Big Four” professional services firms is to move its Aberdeen business from the west end into prestigious new offices in the heart of the city.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Margaret Gear, owner of Yasp Physiotherapy Clinic in Scalloway, Shetland.
The Scottish construction operations of Kier Group have offset a “disappointing” performance for the diversified company across the UK.
Entrepreneur behind plans for producing Scotland’s first buffalo mozzarella cheese to inspire region’s next generation
The entrepreneur behind plans for producing Scotland’s first buffalo mozzarella cheese will be in Aberdeen next month to help inspire the next wave of north-east business start-ups.
Aberdeen Sports Village (ASV) has unveiled its newly refurbished gym following a £500,000 investment.
A Shetland-based expert on the UK pharmaceutical industry has outlined her growing fears for its future after Brexit.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Billy Thomson, director of Inverurie-based Thomson Partnership Scotland.
Thousands of north and north-east households will have a new name at the top of their energy bills next year if regulators approve a £500 million takeover of SSE’s domestic supply arm.
Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace (RCCW) has announced the retirement of partner Stewart Smith after nearly three decades with the law firm.
Fish farmers are expected to reap the rewards of new technology for detecting potentially dangerous plankton and algae.
Businesses throughout Scotland are being urged to prepare for a recession as the threat of a no-deal Brexit becomes “increasingly real”.
Construction group Galliford Try has counted the cost of the Aberdeen bypass in its latest annual results.
Each week, we ask small businesses key questions. Here we speak to Carrie Afrin, the woman behind Tain-based voiceover company Carrie’s Voice.