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A major tech conference that stemmed from a landmark report written by former Skyscanner chief Mark Logan will be a ‘game-changer’ for the industry in Scotland, according to Entrepreneurial Scotland.  The Raising Partners Live conference in Glasgow has been hailed as an opportunity

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Livingston-based Mutugga Distillery has its sights set on global expansion with the launch of a £300,000 equity crowdfunding campaign. The firm is the UK's first black female-owned distillery, and married co-founders Jacine Rutasikwa and Ugandan-born head distiller Paul Rutasikwa hope investme

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Edinburgh-based payment orchestration provider BR-DGE has announced the appointments of Kenny Scott to the position of chief technology officer (CTO) and Sean Murray as senior product manager. Kenny Scott will lead BR-DGE’s technological development and operations, ensuring the platform remain

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Restitution Ltd, an independent provider of third party commercial funding in Scotland, has marked its tenth anniversary by highlighting the evolution of its business model. The firm has carved out a niche in the marketplace and over the past ten years has worked with law firms and their clients on

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Grant Thornton UK's Corporate Finance team has advised on the sale of education-technology (EdTech) company Sumdog to a Scandinavian buyer, eEducation Albert (Albert), with more activity in the sector expected amid significant investor demand. Headquartered in Edinburgh, Sumdog was founded in 1994 a

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Edinburgh-based ready meal provider Parsley Box has announced a proposed equity fundraising of approximately £5.9 million. The fundraiser will work by way of a placing and subscription at a price per share of 20 pence.

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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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