A Dundee property portfolio worth £60 million has been sold by the James Keiller Investments group to a Northern Ireland firm.
Perthshire community enterprise support group GrowBiz has become the first in Scotland to achieve a quality standard for its business mentoring programme.
Blairgowrie’s Castle Water has been selected as the preferred bidder on a new tranche of public sector contracts potentially worth more than £60 million over the next three years.
Around 60 apprentices have been caught up in Michelin’s decision to close its Dundee factory.
Millions of pounds for supporting Scottish firms were lying dormant in bank accounts while Michelin Dundee spiralled into decline.
Michelin Dundee, Scotland’s only tyre manufacturing plant, opened in the early 1970s after a small team from France toured potential sites for a new factory and settled on farmland near Baldovie, in the north-east of the city.
The Tay Cities Deal (TCD) must not be used to support Michelin workers at the expense of other projects, governments have been warned.
Heart-broken Michelin workers were in tears at the factory gate after being told they would be losing their jobs in a ten-minute briefing on Tuesday morning.
New technology, engagement with regulators and knowledge sharing will be among the issues addressed at a major decommissioning conference in St Andrews later this month.
VIDEO: We ask Michelin Dundee boss…Why is factory closing? When will job losses begin? Any hope site can be saved?
The manager of Dundee's Michelin plant has explained the firm's decision to close the city site.