A Scottish firm is planning to construct a state-of-the-art mill at a cost of £20 million that will bring 50 jobs to Fife.
Business Gateway has revealed that more than 53,000 people in Scotland connected with its services last year.
A “year of transition” after being acquired by a South African company saw Dundee manufacturer Rockwell Solutions record a loss in 2018.
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.
An Angus-based entrepreneur has called on business people in Scotland to “think outside the box” for solutions to issues relating to labour and trade as a result of leaving the European Union.
A Scottish high street renaissance could be around the corner if new Scottish Government funding is complemented with local business and public sector support, according to the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB).
A surge in haggis sales for Perthshire butcher Simon Howie means Burns Night is now as important as Christmas for the company.
Perthshire Caravans said it made improvements across all areas of its business last year as it continued to invest in its Errol headquarters.
A pioneering Fife fintech has developed the ability to transfer money overseas by only knowing the recipient’s mobile phone number.
Morris Leslie Plant Hire, based in Errol, invested more than £59 million on new equipment last year as it grew the size of its fleet by 700 vehicles.