With football alone contributing more than £200 million directly into the Scottish economy, according to a 2018 Uefa report, sport is big business.
Dolphin capital of the world – could this become the new globally-recognised nickname for Aberdeen?
Having entrepreneurial spirit is one thing, but protecting your brilliant idea for a new product or service is equally important for innovative self-starters.
When I was growing up I had dreams of being so many things.
Healthcare in the UK is something that is all too often taken for granted. Whether we need an emergency operation, a routine check up or an annual eye test we are fortunate enough not to have to worry about the associated costs.
It was former oilfield services executive Nick Beeson who finally got to the crux of what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur over lunch at Milton Brasserie at Milton of Crathes, near Banchory.
With business owners around the north and north-east facing a swathe of regulatory challenges, there is one thing that never really changes. The way you treat your workforce will, ultimately, affect your chances of business success.
Rebecca Buchan talks to three experts about some worse-case scenarios and what this means for consumers and businesses alike.
As another year draws to a close it is only natural that people reflect on how 2017 has been.
Every month, P&J Business Editor Ryan Crighton will discuss the biggest issues with key bosses. This time, we ask three Aberdeen property experts if the Granite City is in a price bubble – and if so, is it going to pop?