A quietly disruptive business model has seen a Swedish bank become a significant player in Scottish financial services.
Piperdam Golf and Leisure Resort hit the fairway with encouraging rises in turnover and pre-tax profit last year.
The Inveralmond Brewery in Perth has been bought by Innis & Gunn, one of Scotland’s largest independent brewers, through a £3.1 million funding package.
A new dedicated entrepreneurial hub will open its doors in Dundee within months.
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.
An antenatal class may not seem the most obvious place for a new business to be born but that’s just what happened to Scottish “mumtrepreneurs” Julie Wilson and Amy Livingstone.
A proposed multi-million-pound biomass plant to provide heat and electricity to the Quaker Oats mill in Fife is dependent on Government funding.
Three companies that a major Dundee waterfront developer put into administration have liabilities totalling almost £15.5 million.
A new industry body has been created to ensure visitors to Dundee and Angus have the best possible experience and drive repeat visitor numbers.
Michael Alexander meets Kim Cameron, owner of The Gin Bothy, which was shortlisted in the artisan drinks category of the prestigious Scottish Rural Awardsheld on March 31.