A Fife firm which produces more than two billion paper bags a year has signed deals with fast food giants worth in excess of £50 million.
After spending her life savings launching the Green & Black’s chocolate brand, Jo Fairley’s message to people thinking of starting a business is clear – give it a go.
A Fife firm which helps companies manage their pay TV subscriptions saw its revenues rise by more than 20% last year.
Fife-based glazing company CR Smith has reported growing revenues from its domestic and commercial arms.
Three successful Tayside business leaders will share their thoughts about managing change in a challenging business environment at the Courier’s Business Conference next month.
Glenrothes-based sheet metal manufacturer Fife Fabrications recorded sales of more than £8 million in its first set of accounts since a management buy out.
Scotch Whisky tourism saw record numbers of visitors in 2018, with over 2 million visits to Scottish distilleries for the first time.
A pioneering Fife fintech company which is less than two years old has been valued at £125 million in a new crowdfunding campaign which launches today.
EQ Accountants, which operates in Tayside and Fife, has almost doubled its revenue over the last five years.
Dundee construction firm McGill has secured its first pieces of work since being purchased from administration.