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It can be hard to stay focused when the sun is beckoning... With the weather getting warmer and the days longer, it’s easy to start thinking about summer holidays instead of the day-to-day chores of running your business, so here...
Move follows the success of Puddledub's pop-up store in April  One of Fife's best-known food producers is set to open a new butchery store on Kirkcaldy High Street following the success of a pop-up trial. Puddledub, which is run by the...
Flexspace clients and staff raise £138 for Breast Cancer Care  Businesses at John Smith Business Park in Kirkcaldy tucked into tea and cake last week to raise cash for Breast Cancer Care. Clients and staff of managed workspace provider Flexspace enjoyed...
Promotion of Scotland as a place to do business secures 7,839 jobs  Scottish Development International (SDI) has revealed that its promotion of Scotland as a place to do business secured 7,839 jobs in 2016/17, representing a 10% increase on the...
easyJet customers can now start a conversation and check the latest arrival and departure information of their flight easyJet has become the first European airline to launch an Amazon Alexa skill which enables passengers to easily and quickly check their...
New £650,000 fund is open to all Scottish businesses in the sector  Food and drink businesses in Scotland could be eligible for a share in a new £650k funding pot launched by Rural Economy Secretary Fergus Ewing to encourage collaboration...
Computershare’s new city centre office is being refurbished and will open next year Computershare's plans to open a new technology centre of excellence in Edinburgh and create 300 new jobs have been welcomed by First Minister Nicola Sturgeon. The Australian financial...
Scotland's islands are the latest to benefit from the creation of industry-led groups to help young people prepare for and find work The 21 Scottish regional divisions of Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) are to be extended until 2021 as...
Industry now supports more than 12,000 jobs in Scotland  Fish and shellfish farming contributes £620 million to the national economy every year, according to new research. The industry now supports more than 12,000 jobs and Scottish aquaculture production has increased by...
Just 43% of UK adults consider themselves calm and collected travellers – what type are you? As Heathrow Express approaches the milestone of its 100 Millionth Passenger, the airport rail link has commissioned new research which reveals common UK passenger...