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North-east Scotland-based Openbrolly, a software firm with strong ties to film production and location agencies across the UK and Ireland, has added weight to the call for a film and TV studio to be located in the area. Founded in the Highlands over 20 years ago, the company believes such facil

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Michael Reid, managing partner at Meston Reid & Co, offers advice to individuals struggling with personal debt. My recent article regarding personal financial challenges provoked a certain amount of feedback because many individuals are struggling to pay their bills and have a concern that their

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Roddy Smith discusses the negative impact of the UK government's decision to end tax-free shopping on the tourism industry, particularly in Edinburgh, and the ongoing efforts to reverse this decision in order to boost the economy and attract more visitors. The decision of the Westminster government

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Lawyers Shonagh Brown and Pamela Gilmour discuss the Moveable Transactions (Scotland) Bill, recently passed by the Scottish Parliament, and how it aims to modernise and simplify the law of moveable transactions. Scots law has not traditionally been recognised for its dynamic or innovative nature, bu

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Fraser Lynes explains why Cruden Homes' age-exclusive development is a new example of a low-carbon-footprint community. When it comes to finding the perfect home, everyone has their own list of essentials, whether that’s a home office, proximity to transport links, space for family get-togethe

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David Tracy discusses the potential of synthetic data generation in overcoming data access, privacy, and compliance issues, and fostering innovation in the financial sector, with a focus on the role of Smart Data Foundry's synthetic data engine, aizle. Good quality data is critical to financial

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Richard Muir discusses the importance of international trade for business resilience, highlighting Scotland's efforts to expand its global market presence, particularly in the green hydrogen and premium whisky sectors, through collaborations with foreign partners and participation in trade missions.

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Victoria Ivinson discusses the conflict between passion and profits in the agricultural industry, and the importance of identifying and rectifying missed opportunities to ensure the financial stability and future success of rural businesses. Passion projects and a deeply ingrained love of a certain

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Neil Kirk discusses the unintended consequences of rent freezes in Scotland, which have negatively impacted tenants, caused a shortage of rental properties, and deterred investment in the residential property sector. During a cost-of-living crisis, it might be difficult to feel sympathy for landlord

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Michael Reid discusses the available options a director should consider when a company is facing insolvency to ensure they act in the best interest of all stakeholders. If all attempts to avoid formal insolvency have been exhausted and the company is about to fold, directors might be forgiven for ha

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Roman MacKenzie explores the Gary Lineker and BBC saga through an employment law lens. Welcome back to another classic matchup. The build-up has been immense and the fan interest has never been higher, taking the nation by storm: the BBC’s social media policy vs Gary Lineker’s personal v

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