Major developments in the fishing, agricultural and renewables sectors are being hailed as examples of what the north-east can do - and why more businesses should invest in the region.
Opportunity North East (One)
The seventh annual North East Business Week (NEBW) 2017 has fired the starting gun on a range of events taking place next week.
The host of Scotland’s new pig monitor farm is confident that, despite the vagaries of the pig market, there are many opportunities for the sector.
Private sector economic development body Opportunity North East (One) has launched a growth programme for ambitious food and drink businesses across north-east Scotland, in partnership with Aberdeenshire Council.
North-east oil tycoon Sir Ian Wood has been given a top honour at an exclusive lunch celebrating Scots in London yesterday.
Food and drink companies across the north-east and Moray have been urged to show off what they do best and enter a newly revamped awards scheme.
Aberdeen Harbour has secured hundreds of millions of debt funding for expansion and the region is just “days or weeks” from being able to start spending £250million agreed for the City Region deal.
Just outside of Inverurie is Thainstone Centre, the heart of one of the largest farming, food and finance businesses in Scotland.
In the days after the great unveiling of the £524million city deal, the new boss of the region’s business chamber started at the job.