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Aberdeenshire-based environmental service company Legasea has successfully secured £187,950 funding from Scottish Enterprise to develop its ground-breaking Shore to Store service, whilst creating green jobs. The project will reduce the carbon footprint of subsea decommissioning operations, by

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Business advisory firm Dow Schofield Watts, which has an office in Aberdeen, has earmarked £2 million in grant funding to attract professional services teams as it seeks to expand its footprint and open a second office in Scotland. The Dow Schofield Watts Entrepreneurship Grant scheme will be

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Software firm Eserv has secured new office space for its headquarters on Queens Road, Aberdeen following a number of new contract wins globally and subsequent team expansion. Relocating from Carden Place, the digital twin technology experts have strengthened their team in the last 6 months by 10 peo

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The latest Royal Bank of Scotland Report on Jobs survey highlighted a strong uplift in hiring activity across Scotland in February. Permanent placements rose at a near-record pace, while the upturn in temp billings accelerated from January's 17-month low and was sharp overall.

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Cash-conscious and choosy diners are continuing to shun eating out in restaurants in favour of home delivery and takeaway meals, according to new research from Edinburgh-based hospitality technology specialist ePOS Hybrid. Research from ePOS Hybrid has shown a clear trend towards people turning

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Real estate advisor Savills has seen its profits before tax double in 2021 from £96.6 million to over £200m. Group revenue increased by 23% to £2.15 billion, compared to £1.74bn in 2020.

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STV Group plc has posted its highest revenue on record at £144.5 million in 2021, as the broadcaster hailed continued growth. STV Group's revenues rose by 25% throughout 2021, while its adjusted operating profits rose to £25.2m, signalling a 39% increase from the year before.

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Scottish organisations and employees are embracing hybrid work more than anywhere else in the UK, according to a Virgin Media O2 Business study with the Centre for Economics and Business Research (CEBR).

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Mint Ventures, a women-led angel group that is democratising angel investment, has received funding from Scottish Enterprise and the Scottish Government’s Scottish Technology Ecosystem Fund for a series of regional roadshows to encourage more women to become angel investors, as well as helping

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Lanarkshire-based IT firm VectorCloud has secured a six-figure funding package from UK Steel Enterprise (UKSE)  to help the business expand further. The firm has used the investment to acquire the IT service division of another local business, substantially boosting its client base.

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Linlithgow-based investment advisory firm Alan Steel Asset Management (ASAM) has adopted employee ownership following the wishes of its late founder, Alan Steel. After setting up ASAM in his hometown of Linlithgow in 1975, Mr Steele began looking at a succession plan which coexisted with his values

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