All Scotland business Posts
A barber plans to expand his Aberdeen business into a UK-wide operation.
Scottish fishers have been threatened with a massive cut in quota for their most valuable species, just as a new poll shows overwhelming public support for them catching more fish after Brexit.
Key whitefish stocks in Scotland’s waters have expanded dramatically over the past decade, according to a new study.
Airbus Helicopters said yesterday it was targeting the global renewable energy market for new business.
The organisation driving research and development (R&D) in the UK subsea sector is today setting out ambitions to unlock new opportunities in the “blue” economy.
Sunny weather and more funerals helped to boost profits at Scotmid Co-operative during the first half of its trading year, the group’s boss said yesterday.
A translation business launched in the bedroom of a house in Mannofield, Aberdeen, in 2001, is on track for smashing the £10 million annual sales barrier for the first time.
Kier Construction Scotland has netted £6 million-worth of work to upgrade mental health facilities in the north-east.
One of the most famous potteries on the Outer Hebrides has reopened after being brought back to life by a family of local artists.
Leading business group urges Scottish Government to take ‘swift action’ to halt decline in Scottish retailing
A leading business group is today urging the Scottish Government to take “swift action” to halt a decline in Scottish retailing.
Eight seafood producers and a national trade body are flying the flag for Scotland at a major industry showcase in Japan this week.
One of the oldest and most widely consumed alcoholic drinks in the world is enjoying a renaissance.
Smaller firms around the UK are finding it increasingly costly to raise new finance, a Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) survey says.
Johnston Carmichael has announced the appointment of its new head of VAT.
Business chiefs have urged Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) to invest some of its £1.8 billion half-year profits in guaranteeing access to its services for all customers.
Scottish offshore drone firm Cyberhawk Innovations has surged into the black after a huge jump in sales.
A senior partner at accountancy firm EY has been unveiled as the new chairman of the Institute of Directors (IoD) Scotland.
US major ConocoPhillips has confirmed it is exploring for new oil in the North Sea.
Warm temperatures and low wind have taken an £80 million hit on SSE’s operating profits for the start of the year.
Whisky giant Diageo has started work on a £6.4 million centre of excellence for operations behind a large share of Scotland’s national drink.
An air fare war on lifeline routes to the Scottish islands has left Loganair nursing annual losses of nearly £9 million.
A row between Standard Life Aberdeen (SLA) and Lloyds Banking Group may take until the end of this year to resolve, it emerged yesterday.
A research report launched by national maritime welfare charity Seafarers UK highlights “significant” safety concerns and “creeping neglect” at UK fishing ports.
A trade body is on a mission to encourage Londoners to eat more Scottish seafood.
Scottish households’ total wealth has exceeded £1 trillion for the first time but is unequally shared, it was revealed last night.
A Scottish research agency has launched a competition to help innovative Scottish food and drink businesses turn their great idea into a winning brand.
A Clydesdale Bank boss insisted yesterday the 180-year-old Scottish bank would not lose its heritage after the parent, CYBG, rebrands as Virgin Money.
Life sciences firms throughout Scotland are expected to reap some of the rewards of a £56 million manufacturing innovation centre being built near Glasgow.
The chief executive of Ghana’s Petroleum Commission has said Aberdeen will play a “vital part” in the country’s upcoming “oil boom”.
Bosses at Jersey Oil and Gas are targeting the acquisition of North Sea production assets as the firm’s activity in the basin ramps up.
A Scottish centre of expertise for sensor and imaging technology and an English university spinout have teamed up to tackle a problem costing the UK oil and gas industry billions of pounds a year.
Wind farm workers are putting themselves in mortal danger if safety training is not kept up to date, a new study has found.