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A Stirling glassmaking firm has secured a £500,000 order to supply its whisky-based gifts to duty free outlets across Asia. The company, Angel's Share Glass, has signed a three-year deal with Chinese importers Hainan Silverwing International to produce their giftware range – including th

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The new Prime Minister’s inbox may well overflow with priorities, but the latest research from Grant Thornton finds that Scotland’s business community sees Levelling Up and boosting investment in Scotland as vitally important. The policy agenda, the most recent take on decades of debate

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Twelve young innovative companies have been successful in applying to take part in Michelin Scotland Innovation Parc’s (MSIP) accelerator programme. MSIP, a joint venture between Michelin, Dundee City Council and Scottish Enterprise, is an Innovation Parc in Dundee for sustainable mobility and

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Burness Paull has announced an all-staff bonus of either five per cent of salary or £2,500 — whichever is higher — after recording a seven per cent increase in profit to £35.7 million in the year ended 31 July. The independent law firm announced the special bonus, which is in

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East Kilbride-based business software company Eureka Solutions has notched up a 15% increase in turnover following a restructuring of its cloud software business. The firm saw turnover reach £5.25m in its latest financial year, a significant jump on the preceding year’s £4.8m, whic

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Edinburgh-based glamping consultancy Glampitect has expanded to north America. Glampitect, which was founded by Edinburgh-born Calum MacLeod and Alisdair Young in 2019, was conceived out of frustration, after they struggled for support when building their first glamping site, NC500 Pods.

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Highland and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has announced a series of planned events to kickstart its support for food and drink businesses based in the Highlands. Attendees will be able to share their business challenges and asked for their views on the detail and content of the service.

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Recruitment firm Hays has revealed that whilst 68% of employers in Scotland are offering hybrid working, just under half of those (44%) expect staff to be required to work more regularly in the office over the next 12 months. In the latest Quarterly Insights Survey, nearly a quarter of workers

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