Fife-based post-graduate researcher Oliver Scott runs a technical translation and editing business in St Andrews. He tells The Courier about his entrepreneurial journey.
It might sound peculiar, but when I pass an industrial estate I don’t see warehouse after bland warehouse.
The irony is not lost on me that a rusting hulk may represent a bright new future for Dundee.
The more I think about the Pause scheme the more uncomfortable I become with it.
A Perthshire water supplier has cemented its reputation as one of Scotland’s most exciting companies after booking a near 25-fold increase in annual sales to almost £440 million.
Technical textiles group Low & Bonar is exploring options to raise new funds to tackle its multi-million debt burden.
A Chinese state-owned maritime giant which completed the largest single-lift sea salvage operation in history will today open the doors to its first UK office in Dundee.
An entrepreneur is planning a major assault on the dog food market after buying out the historic Wilson’s Pet Food brand name.
Camperdown was my playground as a youngster.
Sir Richard Branson has given his personal backing to a new swimming aid product being brought to market by a young Scottish entrepreneur.