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Glasgow-headquartered Wholesale Domestic has consolidated its business resources after securing a £4.2 million loan from Barclays and is set for investment and growth in 2023 alongside the firm's 60th anniversary. The third-generation family business is a bathroom retailer and in addition

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Fleet vehicle graphics firm, OPG, has successfully completed a multi-million management buy-out (MBO) deal thanks to a six-figure funding package from UKSE, alongside input from private investors. Allan Hamilton has been appointed as managing director, taking the reins from Owen Pilling who formed t

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Empteezy Group, a Livingston-headquartered designer, manufacturer and distributor of industrial safety products and solutions, has been acquired in a management buy-out. The management buy-out has been led by Empteezy CEO David Byrne and CFO Jon Hazlewood. The team will be further bolstered by the i

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Anderson Strathern has reported its most successful year ever for investment deals. The corporate investment team, led by Euan Tripp, advises some of Scotland’s most active investors – spanning private equity funds, institutional investors, angel syndicates, family offices and high net w

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Irn-Bru producer AG Barr has announced that it has acquired the remaining 38.2% equity stake in MOMA Foods Limited, the London-based oats producer, from founder Tom Mercer, and the other minority shareholders, for a total cash consideration of £3.4 million.

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Scottish Enterprise’s support is forecast to generate £709.74 million of Scottish innovation expenditure. The agency approved £120m in grant funding and equity investment for innovation activities in the 2021-22 financial year, which is now calculated to deliver a further £50

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Edinburgh-based manufacturer of golf technology and improvement products Shot Scope has raised £2.7 million in a series A funding round headed by Guinness Ventures which invested £2.1m. The round also includes investment from the Scottish Investment Bank, Old College Capital – the

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Scottish broadcasting giant STV Group has posted a trading update revealing a 'solid year' for the company, despite flat profits. Profits were almost flat at -1.5% over the year, against the record £25.2 million reported in 2021.

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