More than £37 million of Tay Cities Deal cash is to be spent as part of an ambitious plan to promote tourism across the region.
Collaboration and the impact of the Tay Cities Deal were the talking points of the 19th annual BioDundee international conference yesterday.
The Angus base of a major steel stockholder is set to be the launchpad for ambitious Scotland-wide expansion.
An American software company has announced it will create 40 new jobs in Tayside after receiving a £3.1 million grant from Scottish Enterprise.
A Scottish Green MSP has pledged to set a new record by delivering more than 50,000 objections to a tourist development application near Loch Lomond.
The chief executive of Scottish Enterprise says the changes in Dundee clearly show what is possible when ambition, ideas and creativity come together behind a shared vision.
READERS LETTERS: Scottish Enterprise CEO on McGill – ‘Large taxpayer-funded loan was simply not going to solve financial issues’
Madam, – It goes without saying that you and your readers will be well aware that these are extremely challenging and uncertain economic times.
Scottish Government accused of ‘dereliction of duty’ over McGill collapse amid claims jobs could have been saved
Scottish Labour leader Richard Leonard has accused the Scottish Government of a "dereliction of duty" over the collapse of Dundee building contractor McGill.
Collapsed Dundee construction services firm McGill and Co was about to be sued by HMRC over an unpaid tax bill.
McGill administration: Leaked email shows company founder ‘not surprised’ Scottish Enterprise refused loan
A founder of collapsed building firm McGill has said Scottish Enterprise (SE) was right to deny it a loan which could have saved hundreds of jobs.