Erika Green started Green’s Granola in Auchterarder three years ago
Peter Waggott, MD of Broughty Ferry-based Powercases (Scotland) Ltd, explains how he got started in business
Charlotte Flower runs her chocolate business from her Highland Perthshire home on the south side of Loch Tay. Her handmade chocolates are infused with the natural flavours of the landscape, most of which are locally foraged.
Carl Morenikeji’s Cupar shop has supplied props to several major motion pictures
Willie McIntyre of Sholach Farm, near Blairgowrie, offers locally-grown Christmas trees.
At just 22-years-old, Tony Pringle from Cupar set up TP Outdoor Cleaning Services earlier this year and now has clients across Fife, Dundee and Forfar.
Strathearn-based Do It Outdoors was set up by Ian Macfarlane in 2009 and has the environment – and inspiring people to get out and immerse themselves in the outdoors – at its heart.
Longforgan-based Claire Standen is a life-coach who aims to help women build resilience through coaching and neuro linguistic programming (NLP).
The President of Brammer Bio believes Scotland must find a way to retain foreign talent post-Brexit if it expects to be at the forefront of scientific discovery in the future.
Susie Black is a personal trainer and Pilates instructor based in Coupar Angus. In conjunction with enterprise support organisation GrowBiz, Susie is working with small businesses this year to help them identify work or personal goals.