Business leaders have backed Aberdeen FC’s vision for a new stadium as being crucial to the north-east’s economic recovery.
Scottish Council for Development and Industry
The success of an Inverness cruise company that carries hundreds of thousands of visitors on one of the world’s most famous lochs was recognised at an awards ceremony in the Highland capital last night.
The Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) and the Fraser of Allander Institute have teamed up to hatch a plan for reviving Scotland’s flagging economy.
Business leaders in the north and north-east have appealed for stability and called for clarity from political leaders to boost the economy in the wake of the general election.
Three-quarters of north-east business leaders want the UK to stay in the European Union, a poll by Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce (AGCC) has found.
What: Scottish Council for Development and Industry’s (SCDI) 12th Annual Lecture.
Delays caused by A9 average speed cameras could cost the Highland economy almost £10 million, a business chief has warned.
Deputy first minister John Swinney has been revealed as the keynote speaker at a leading business awards event for the Highlands.
What: Scottish Council for Development and Industry (SCDI) 50th anniversary celebration.
With just five days to go until the 2015 general-election, Scottish Council for Development and Industry Highlands and islands director Fraser Grieve takes a look at what there is on offer for businesses in the north
A vast majority of north-east firms are either already suffering a negative impact from lower oil prices or expect it soon, a survey has revealed.
The fifth annual North East Business Week gets under way on Monday and organisers hope the many events lined up can act as a catalyst for future economic growth.
Scottish business leaders hope a new shortlist of options for growing UK airport capacity will lead to a swift decision which protects regional air services to London.
New runway capacity in the south-east of England must meet the long-term needs of the Scottish economy for competitive access to international markets, a leading business group says.