Perth-based developer and civil engineering group I&H Brown is expecting to bounce back from a 28% drop in turnover last year.
An Aberdeen-headquartered firm which provides lifting equipment and inspection services will open an office at the Port of Dundee today.
Strong worldwide demand for luxury goods helped Kinross cashmere firm Todd & Duncan’s profits jump by 40% last year.
The energy firm behind the Neart na Gaoithe offshore wind farm project last night said no Scottish company had the capability to manufacture and supply all the steel work required.
Perthshire plant hire firm Morris Leslie will relocate its head office staff after purchasing the former Edrington building on the outskirts of Perth for an undisclosed sum.
The fintech community in Scotland now stands at more than 100 firms – quadrupling over the past 18 months.
The managing director of Arbroath-based contact centre Journeycall has been promoted to lead the firm’s parent company, the ESP Group.
Tayside construction company Kilmac is planning to create 30 new jobs when an £8 million deal to carry out the groundworks on the new Madras College in St Andrews is signed off in the next few weeks.
Dundee-based engineering group Texo will hold a jobs fair today as it seeks to rapidly expand its city workforce.
Fife-based glazing company CR Smith has reported growing revenues from its domestic and commercial arms.