Dundee-based engineering group Prmye is forecasting 20% sales growth after securing a £4.5 million funding package.
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.
Dundee construction firm McGill has secured its first pieces of work since being purchased from administration.
Dedicated women’s business centres could add billions to the Scottish economy, the chief executive of Women’s Enterprise Scotland has claimed.
A Perth-based engineering firm has outlined ambitious plans to grow its turnover to £20 million within the next three years.
The chairman of Scottish law firm RSB Lindsays has outlined the firm’s plans to grow its sales to £20 million over the next three years.
Tayside construction company Kilmac is planning to create 30 new jobs when an £8 million deal to carry out the groundworks on the new Madras College in St Andrews is signed off in the next few weeks.
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.
EQ Accountants, which operates in Tayside and Fife, has almost doubled its revenue over the last five years.
A £500 million investment into the largest pipeline system in the North Sea has been described as a “vote of confidence” in the region’s future.