A Kirriemuir family’s spectacular fundraising efforts will benefit a charity for a rare genetic disorder for “years to come”.
It is hoped that a month-long programme of events in Perth and the surrounding area will support and inspire the region’s businesspeople.
Students and staff at Tayside colleges and universities are being offered the chance to take part in a business accelerator programme.
An Angus spirit maker has doubled its staff as it starts to export to Europe for the first time.
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.
The owner of an Angus hotel and restaurant has warned job losses and business closures are “inevitable” if parking charges are introduced.
March’s retail sales were “flattered” by this year’s early Easter, according to the director of the Scottish Retail Consortium (SRC).
A Dundee-based mooring specialist has created a new system targeted at the offshore wind market.
Revenues increased for textiles group Low & Bonar in the first quarter of the year despite challenging market conditions in Europe and the USA, the firm announced yesterday.
Contracts from China, Europe and the USA have helped Angus-based textile firm J&D Wilkie record a jump in turnover.