Fears have been raised that businesses in Perthshire and Angus are missing out on crucial economic development funding.
Business Gateway has revealed that more than 53,000 people in Scotland connected with its services last year.
Carol Arnott from Growth Mindset Yeti of Dundee provides educational material for parents and educators of kids under eight. She tells The Courier about her business journey.
Teacher Jill Duke founded Dundee’s Educated Dance Academy earlier this year. Here she shares her business start-up journey.
Newburgh Handloom Weavers was set up by Erika Douglas and Jimmy Hutchison. Erika tells of their journey.
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.
At just 22-years-old, Tony Pringle from Cupar set up TP Outdoor Cleaning Services earlier this year and now has clients across Fife, Dundee and Forfar.
In the last year, Angus businesswoman Alma Kettles has transformed a small area of her family farm, located on the outskirts of Dundee into CairnBrae Natural Burial Ground.
When her son developed severe food allergies, Louise Baxter began whipping up birthday cakes he could enjoy.
After completing a HypnoBirthing course, Crossgates-based Carly Greig launched...with Carly.