Small and medium-sized enterprises in Tayside and Fife might be missing a trick when it comes to growing their business because of incorrect or inaccurate perceptions about marketing.
About 50 jobs are set to go at Fife manufacturing firm Burntisland Fabrication’s (BiFab’s) Arnish yard over the next week as work has dried up at the site.
Construction is expected to start next month on a multi-million pound project to prepare a yard in Fife for handling North Sea decommissioning jobs.
A deal believed to be worth up to £47 million is set to bring a massive boost to an Angus manufacturing facility.
A Dundee-based GDPR expert has told businesses to not delay on becoming compliant on new data-protection legislation, which came into force last week.
The fate of billions of pounds worth of renewables projects will be determined today as the results of the third offshore wind auction round are announced.
A series of meetings to push for a Tay Cities Deal are to be held over the next few days.
The founder of The Student Hotel will share the secrets behind his rise to success when he speaks at Entrepreneurial Scotland’s conference at Gleneagles later this month.
A Fife-based paper bag supplier which counts McDonald’s, Pret, Burger King and Starbucks among its client base has expressed confidence for the future after a challenging period.
Major UK car dealer Arnold Clark achieved record sales of £3.265 billion last year but warned this year will be more challenging.