Michael Alexander hears an update on on plans by Innis & Gunn to expand production at the former Inveralmond Brewery in Perth.
President of the Scottish Licensed Trade Association Marshall Bain gives Michael Alexander a rundown of what the craft beer industry means to Scotland’s economy.
Michael Alexander speaks to Douglas Norris, national officer for Scotland with the Chartered Institute for Logistics and Transport about the logistics industry.
A Perthshire mum who sells bright, comfortable breastfeeding clothing says the public response to her online sales has been “insane” after selling out of stock and making sales of £10,000 within nine days of her website being launched.
The company behind plans for a £2 billion wind farm off the Fife coast has called on bird protection charity the RSPB to abandon any further potential legal proceedings which could scupper the project and put hundreds of potential jobs at risk.
The Construction Industry Training Board (CITB) has launched a campaign to get young people to join the construction industry – as new stats show 20% of the sector’s workforce is set to retire in the next decade.
Orkney, Dumfries and Galloway and North Ayrshire are amongst the bottom 20 areas for new business births in the UK, according to national accountancy group UHY Hacker Young.
Dundee-based technology firm Waracle is on the verge of announcing a new client-based acquisition in the Edinburgh-based financial services sector which will result in “sizeable growth” of the company.
A Scottish distillery with one of the most impressive heritages in the industry has released, for the first time, a limited edition, single malt whisky collection which will significantly enhance its global reputation as one of the world’s most sought-after exclusive brands.
It is the birthplace of the “water of life”.