A unique self-writing diary, designed and built by a Fife start-up software company, is being tested by a group of 100 users on four continents and could be ready to tap in to the $4.4 billion lifestyle app market for real soon.
The UK could expand its offshore wind capacity to almost five times its current level by 2030, creating the potential to power millions of homes, according to a new study.
Food and tourism businesses in Fife have a new representative as they continue working together to grow the overall industry.
Janet Torley is a member of the Federation of Small Businesses’ (FSB) Scottish Policy Unit – and runs Practical Marketing, a communications business, from Dunfermline . Here she tells Michael Alexander about the importance of broadband connectivity and investment.
It was a name synonymous with quality paper manufacture and was an important employer for generations of Fifers in the Markinch area.
Fife-based interior solutions specialist Havelock indulged in some playtime as it launched a new range of furniture for nursery and primary schools at its Kirkcaldy headquarters.
Tayport’s steel making industry has been long consigned to history - but now a new vision is being presented for the former Abertay Works steel site. Michael Alexander was given a tour as demolition work concludes.
From the City of London to rural Perthshire, Michael Alexander speaks to former space planner Michelle Wilkinson who is now making “lovely sauces” in the East Neuk of Fife.
Michael Alexander speaks to former Dundee-based comic artist Kenny Hutton who has turned his creative talents to baking.
Three Fife businesses have won prestigious Scotland Food & Drink Excellence Awards 2016.