A pioneering Fife fintech has developed the ability to transfer money overseas by only knowing the recipient’s mobile phone number.
Morris Leslie Plant Hire, based in Errol, invested more than £59 million on new equipment last year as it grew the size of its fleet by 700 vehicles.
Dundee shopfitter Bentleys has warned workers it is considering a reduction in staff numbers due to Brexit uncertainty affecting demand.
Acquiring Fife-based law firm Pagan Osborne from administration helped leading Scottish law firm Thorntons grow its revenues by 13% last year.
The founder of the Green and Black’s chocolate brand Jo Fairley will reveal her recipe to business success when she takes to the stage at Entrepreneurial Scotland’s annual conference in Gleneagles Hotel in Perthshire.
A Fife firm which provides boundary pushing access solutions for infrastructure projects is currently working on all three bridges across the Forth.
Major Dundee games studio Outplay Entertainment is to shed up to 30 staff as it focuses on a smaller number of titles.
A Dundee businessman has claimed Scottish companies are missing a huge opportunity by not targeting the burgeoning Chinese market.
Fife fintech firm Renovite Technologies will showcase its disruptive ATM software to an international audience later this month.
Increased numbers of international tourists helped Highland Safaris pass £1 million sales last year.