Charlotte Flower runs her chocolate business from her Highland Perthshire home on the south side of Loch Tay. Her handmade chocolates are infused with the natural flavours of the landscape, most of which are locally foraged.
Strathearn-based Do It Outdoors was set up by Ian Macfarlane in 2009 and has the environment – and inspiring people to get out and immerse themselves in the outdoors – at its heart.
Peter Waggott, MD of Broughty Ferry-based Powercases (Scotland) Ltd, explains how he got started in business
Andy Simpson is managing director of Angus 3D Solutions
Clare Cooper runs Vanora’s Cottages in Alyth with her sister Olivia Robertson
Sarah Turner and her husband Richard (known as Biscuit) run Wee Adventurers, which offers a range of outdoors experiences
Angela Williamson offers full range of wedding and prom gowns for hire and sale in Kinrossie
Susie Black is a personal trainer and Pilates instructor based in Coupar Angus. In conjunction with enterprise support organisation GrowBiz, Susie is working with small businesses this year to help them identify work or personal goals.
Former teacher Rebecca Dearman opened Crieff’s The Yoga Shed last year
Angela Maughan conducts weddings and funerals and runs a homeopathy business