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.
The Dundee-headquartered professional services firm, MHA Henderson Loggie is eyeing further growth after securing funding support and facilities of over £2 million.
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.
Booming online jewellery sales has led an Angus entrepreneur to go back to bricks and mortar with a new shop in Carnoustie.
An historic Fife venue which secured £160,000 of funding, is in the final phase of renovation as the owners seek to tap into a wedding industry which experts claim is worth almost £1 billion annually.