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Scottish flight training and aircraft maintenance business ACS Aviation has increased its staff numbers to meet increasing demand for its services post-pandemic. The company, based at Perth Airport, has increased staff members by 18 per cent over the past two years, with new flight instructors, airc

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Edinburgh-based software-as-a-service (SaaS) company Sharktower has been acquired by data-first change and transformation consultancy Proteus. Founded in 1999, Proteus has has powered $30 billion of the world’s most challenging corporate change projects. Unlike ‘land and expand’ co

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Gluten-free manufacturer Dr. Schär UK has acquired Glasgow-based allergen-free, fresh bread manufacturer, GDR Food Technology Ltd (GDR) for an undisclosed sum. As the UK’s No.1 gluten-free brand, Dr. Schär has been improving the daily lives of people with specific dietary needs for y

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Clackmannanshire-based danceSing, a business focussed on health and wellbeing, has successfully diversified services and grown its commercial offering by 50% following support from DigitalBoost, Scotland’s national digital upskilling programme, delivered by Business Gateway. danceSing is home

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UK retail sales volumes in January exceeded pre-pandemic levels, according to the latest figures published by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).

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Mackie's at Taypack is to continue ramping up production in 2022 following sustained growth throughout its business. After charting a 22% increase in annual turnover in 2021, Mackie’s at Taypack - which makes crisps, popcorn and health snacks – is now making more than half a million pack

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Ambitious plans to create hundreds of high-quality jobs and business opportunities by developing a North Highland and Moray ‘space cluster’ have received a £38,000 boost from the UK Space Agency.

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Business confidence in the UK decreased for a second-quarter running, receding to average levels not seen since 2014, according to a new survey published by The Institute of Chartered Accountants in England and Wales (ICAEW).

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