Scotland is rising up the ranks of the top entrepreneurial nations, the Entrepreneurial Scotland (ES) conference at Gleneagles was told yesterday.
A Scot who leads the banking division of professional services giant Accenture will tell entrepreneurs to look east for export opportunities at a conference held at Gleneagles.
What is it? Toyota is on something of a roll with reintroducing names at the moment. First, there was the comeback of Corolla, returning to the UK (and built here, for that matter) in favour of the Auris. Later this year, the hotly-anticipated Supra is finally seeing the light of day — but before that we have this, the Camry. Here to replace the Avensis, it’s Toyota’s latest crack at the family saloon market.
German-born fashion designer Stefani Grosse will give an insight into the increasing pace of globalisation when she speaks at next month’s Entrepreneurial Scotland summit in Gleneagles.
Though it seems like we only just had the 68-plate arrive, it’s time for another new one. On March 1, the new 19 plate change will hit new cars across the UK.
What is it? “No more boring cars” was the bold proclamation of Toyota president Akio Toyoda last year, but even the brand’s executives will admit the Corolla nameplate doesn’t exactly stir the soul. A reputation for unparalleled reliability and dependability the world over is a fine thing to have, but for the new 12th-generation model, Toyota’s chasing a bit more dynamism and soul.