The Elevator social enterprise, which supports start-ups in Tayside and Aberdeen, has generated more than £6 million of economic value since it started four years ago.
A giant offshore windfarm project off the coast of Angus has taken another step forward with the Scottish Government approving a planning application for its onshore substation.
Fairmont St Andrews has revealed its £1 million refurbishment plans as its French owner reported record profits yesterday.
More than 50 businesses will exhibit at a new business expo to be held in Dundee next week.
A £500,000 training and enterprise hub has opened in the Fife town of Kincardine in a bid to boost the area’s economic prospects.
A Dundee digital specialist is urging Scottish companies to develop their presence on the WeChat social media platform if they look to attract customers from China.
Angus-based IED Training Solutions is to roll out a series of safety courses in Afghanistan.
Scottish metal recycler John Lawrie Group will make a multimillion pound investment in creating a new facility at the Port of Dundee as it eyes decommissioning opportunities.
A senior Dundee City councillor has outlined the “balancing act” local authorities have to walk between selecting locally based companies and achieving best value when appointing contractors for construction work.
Tay Cities Business Week includes a range of opportunities for people to grow their business, learn new skills, build their network and find inspiration.