With a focus on growth and regeneration in the region following the signing of the Tay Cities Deal, companies of all sizes are being encouraged to explore their options to diversify, innovate, invest in their businesses and expand.
Hundreds of employees at a manufacturing plant in Livingston have lost their jobs the day before Christmas.
An economy and skills-boosting pledge for the future has been forged between Angus Council and the company behind a £31 million subsea centre of excellence being developed in Montrose.
The operators of a Perthshire chicken factory are under pressure to repay more than £500,000 of taxpayers' cash.
Workers at Michelin Dundee were the last to know their jobs had been scrapped as the firm took four weeks to notify staff and held crunch talks with Scottish Government ministers.
Scottish Government finance secretary Derek Mackay has said he still believes Michelin Dundee can be saved.
Fife is still counting the cost of last winter’s storms after it emerged that one of the region’s flagship developments suffered significant damage and requires urgent repairs.
Representatives from two Tayside firms who have made the move to employee ownership will speak at a Scottish Enterprise event to encourage other business owners to consider the exit strategy.
Around 40 new jobs are being created in Fife after two local companies landed £370,000 worth of investment.
Software developed for more than a decade within the University of Dundee is being commercialised by a new spin-out company.