The team at the Chamber spend a lot of time with SMEs in the oil and gas supply chain and time and time again the conversation ends up around diversification – either sectoral or geographical.
Fewer business are being created in Aberdeen than any other city in the UK, a new report has revealed.
North-east business chief fears ministers are trying to ‘step away’ from tax cuts for air passengers pledge
A top Aberdeen business lobbyist has raised concerns that ministers may be trying to “step away” from a pledge that would safeguard key air transport links.
Much has been written over the years about the north-east’s spirit of entrepreneurship, our “can do” attitude and the world-class skills which have seen our city’s name, people and businesses successfully break into markets in every corner of the globe.
Highlands tourism boom expected as Transport Secretary confirms official support for third Heathrow runway
A Highland tourism boom is expected now Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has confirmed official support for a third Heathrow runway.
A celebrated Aberdeen street art festival will feature more political murals as it returns to the Granite City for a second year.
New images of a £68million project to build hundreds of flats and a public promenade at Rubislaw Quarry have been unveiled.
A heavyweight business body has backed a bid for Aberdeen to become the UK city of culture.
Business bosses are making a rallying cry to the north-east public to help shape the economic future of the region.
Oil and water don’t mix, we are told. So, what else can we add to the huge advantages we have from being Europe’s oil and gas capital to change the formula for our future economy?
Firms across the north-east have deliver a business wish list for tomorrow’s council elections.
The economy relies upon the basic physical and organisational structures and facilities essential to the smooth functioning of enterprises.
The term “collaborator” has negative wartime connotations, with perpetrators accused of conspiring with the enemy and subject to court martial.
Russell Borthwick: Government’s priority should be to create the conditions that will enable businesses to thrive
June 24, 2016: The virtual sandwich boards declared “the end of the world was nigh”.
Many organisations will fashionably list innovation, continuous improvement and creativity among their values but are they just words?
In the recent Queen’s speech, the UK Government set out further plans to provide universal access to high speed broadband for every household in the UK ensuring it is “sufficient for modern life”.
Scottish business chiefs moved quickly to calm nerves yesterday after UK voters chose to quit the European Union.
Russell Borthwick, chief executive of Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce has his say...