Glasgow-based ultrasound sensor firm Novosound has enlisted the expertise of former Intel executive David Jolliffe as its new CFO. This move comes amid growing opportunities for the company's wearable ultrasound technology in the North American healthcare, wellbeing and fitness monitoring markets.
In a significant strategic overhaul, accountancy and advisory firm CT (formerly Chiene + Tait), has appointed a new executive committee and strategic leadership team, along with the upcoming launch of a new seven-figure digital transformation division. The newly appointed executive committ
A government official in India has drained a reservoir to retrieve a phone he dropped at the site while he was taking a selfie.
The former Scottish Widows headquarters in Edinburgh is to be partially demolished to make way for new housing after councillors gave their approval for the plans.
Inverlochy Castle Management International (ICMI) has extended its management agreement with Crossbasket Castle, helping support the five-star hotel as it undergoes an ambitious £15 million expansion. ICMI, which manages a global portfolio of properties, has overseen the management of the awar
Law firm Lindsays has completed its largest merger to date by integrating with Miller Hendry, which comprised seven partners and some 50 staff, bringing total partners to nearly 50 and staff to 300. The deal to make Miller Hendry part of the Edinburgh-headquartered firm takes effect today.
Law firm CMS has announced the addition of two senior associates and transactional real estate specialists, Charlotte Miller and Keith Barber, to its data centre division. Based in Glasgow, the team is set to further fortify its UK and European operations, advising data centre clients with
A Scottish Parliament committee has launched a public consultation to seek views on new Scottish bankruptcy laws. The Bankruptcy and Diligence Bill will, among other provisions, create a “mental health moratorium”, meaning enforcement action against someone with serious mental
An Edinburgh-based independent craft brewery, which began as a home-brewing project in its co-founder’s spare bedroom, is now shipping internationally after receiving support and signposting to funding from Business Gateway. Vault City was launched to modernise traditional brewing styles with
Edinburgh-based Lentitek Ltd, a developer of pioneering manufacturing technologies enabling economic delivery of advanced cell and gene therapies, announced today that it has secured £250,000 ($300,000 USD) in seed investment. This investment will be deployed to further advance its technology
The Scottish Government has published the Visitor Levy (Scotland) Bill, potentially enabling councils to introduce a tourist tax on overnight stays.
North Ayrshire Council has granted full planning permission to XLCC's high-voltage direct current (HVDC) subsea cable manufacturing operations at a brownfield site in Hunterston, Scotland. This decision signifies a green light for construction to commence, following the outline planning permission s
Recent inflation figures have pushed lenders to consider increasing fixed-rate mortgages to 5% and above.
The Deputy First Minister, Shona Robison, has announced a strategy for economic growth, progressive taxation, and targeted spending, aiming to bolster the country's economy and enhance public services amidst mounting financial challenges. The medium-term financial strategy outlines the Scottish Gove
Marine Projects Scotland Ltd has been awarded the contract, to project manage and undertake the first phase of major restoration and repair work on the TS Queen Mary, stimulating the local economy and creating up to 12 jobs in the Govan area. The ship has been moved from the Glasgow Science Cen