Commercial cleaning company Spotless has appointed two former cleaners as joint managing directors as part of its strategy for long-term growth.
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The agency behind a purpose built business park aimed at exclusively attracting renewable firms to the north-east is having to go back to the drawing board as a result of a lack of demand in the industry.
Norwegian energy giant Statoil said today that it is carrying out an investigation into a fire on one of its North Sea platforms. Statoil said a “small” fire was detected in the emergency generator room of the Mariner A platform yesterday. Visit our sister site, Energy Voice, for the full story.
A renowned Aberdeen jeweller is to increase its presence in the city centre after purchasing a neighbouring property in order to expand its business.
Hywind Scotland, the first floating wind farm in the world, has started to deliver electricity to the Scottish grid.
Social enterprise Elevator is to launch a season of new events and activities for budding entrepreneurs to find potential business partners.
A brief ceremony at the London Stock Exchange (LSE) has seen Springfield Properties’ executive chairman Sandy Adam signal the launch of trading in the Moray housebuilder’s shares.
The new chief executive of the north-east’s tourism body wants to offer visitors “oven ready Scottish experiences” from the coast to the Cairngorms.
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The enterprising spirit in the north and north-east has been highlighted in the findings of a new study released today by the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
The attention of around 75 employees of Elgin-based housebuilder Springfield Properties will be firmly focused on the London Stock Exchange this morning.
Work has started on a multimillion-pound redevelopment at one of the north-east’s best known hotels.
A major new study is being launched to determine the Highlands and Islands’ potential to become a leading player in developing the UK’s marine economy.
More than 100 businesses gathered in Aberdeen yesterday to celebrate the richness and diversity of the north-east economy.
A ferry company which carries travellers around the north and north-east of Scotland has secured the top award for its efforts at championing local food and drink.
Business at Aberdeen International Airport is continuing to soar as passenger figures in September were boosted by a successful Offshore Europe.
Knight Property Group,of Aberdeen, has donated £20,000 to Aberdeen Performing Arts (APA) to support the redevelopment of one of Aberdeen’s prime entertainment venues, the Music Hall.
Offshore workers were exposed to the risk of fire and explosion after a blunder led to a gas leak on a southern North Sea installation. The uncontrolled release took place on the Barque PB, a normally unmanned platform, on July 19. To read the full story and for updates, visit our sister site Energy Voice.
An oil company has been served with an improvement notice after an offshore worker suffered a serious injury on a North Sea platform.
More needs to be done to retain and attract the next generation of oil and gas leaders, it has been claimed. The rallying call comes as the latest statistics show that the average age of offshore workers has increased since the downturn. For the full story visit our sister site Energy Voice.
Helicopter operator Babcock saw profits fall into the red as a result of the downturn in oil and gas and pressure from lower operating costs.
Highland civil engineering firm Daviot Group Limited (DGL) has collapsed, with the loss of all 31 jobs, it was confirmed yesterday.
More than 260 Highland businesses along the North Coast 500 route are set to benefit from “first class” training and new information boards to help them better market local attractions.
Bristow Helicopters has confirmed that the company is seeking to make 12 redundancies among pilots at its Shetland and Norwich bases, which are serving the oil and gas industry.
Helicopter manufacturer Airbus is “actively considering” the possibility of putting CEO Guillaume Faury in a offshore H225 work flight situation in response to an online petition.
An international translation service launched in Aberdeen 16 years ago has opened its sixth office, in Amsterdam.
Bosses and staff at a 155-year-old Aberdeenshire company are celebrating success after the firm won an honour in prestigious awards at the first time of asking.
The Scottish Government has been accused of “passing the buck” and failing to support the north-east fish processing industry cope with controversial business rates rises.
Drink giant Diageo has hailed its £35million plan to revive a “lost” malt whisky distillery in Sutherland and another on the island of Islay as a “once in a lifetime opportunity”.
Statoil this morning confirmed a UK North Sea discovery.
An Aberdeen surf shop has closed its doors for the last time after more than 20 years.
More than 500 people have joined a call for the chief executive of a helicopter firm to take a flight in a controversial H225 chopper, in the same conditions as the offshore workforce.