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James Scott and Sons, the Scottish manufacturer of commercial kitchens, is ready to embark on an exciting new chapter thanks to a £450,000 grant secured by Consilium Chartered Accountants. The grant, awarded through Scottish Enterprise's Regional Selective Assistance (RSA) programme, will fuel

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Edinburgh-based Intelligent Growth Solutions (IGS) has successfully raised £22.5 million in a Series C funding round to support significant global expansion as the business deploys its vertical farming technology to customers worldwide.

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The Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) has urged the UK government to consider removing the “barrier to growth” many small businesses are faced with by raising the VAT threshold. FSB's new paper, "VAT for Small Businesses", suggests revamping the VAT system could be the key to unlockin

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Firms that comply with the UK Corporate Governance Code have a lower chance of surviving a financial crisis, a new study has revealed. However, appointing an insider CEO and increasing the number of board committee members can boost the chances of survival, researchers claim.

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POTR, a Scottish start-up behind the world’s first origami self-watering plant pot has sealed a major distribution deal in Japan, where it’s believed the art of paper folding began to flourish more than 1,000 years ago. The move will see POTR launch its products in more than 100 outlets

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Inverness-headquartered RSE has posted revenue of £198 million, 71% higher than the previous year (£115m), in latest its financial statements to March 2023. Operating profit also increased to £14.0m compared to £6.5m in the prior year.

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Growth capital investor BGF has successfully completed its exit from Glasgow-based independent IT managed service provider Kick ICT. LDC, the private equity investor affiliated with Lloyds Banking Group, has made a significant investment in the company. BGF originally invested £8.5 million in

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A Glasgow agency originally set up in the 1980s by a late veteran of the city’s advertising industry has almost doubled its sales in the last year. GRA – started as Guy Robertson Advertising in 1986 – is now run by the eponymous founder’s daughter, Jemma Robertson, 26, and ex

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