Johnston Carmichael

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Robin Dandie, partner and head of rural at Johnston Carmichael, discusses the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on farming and rural businesses. At the beginning of the lockdown it seemed like much of the agricultural sector would be relatively unaffected, but within a couple of weeks it has now be

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As hoards of the nation's workforce settles into the new routine of working from home, Johnston Carmichael employees have participated in the Dress Up Friday movement.  Gemma Spiers, partner and head of marketing at the chartered accountancy firm, shared her dress up Friday attire on

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Johnston Carmichael hosted its first Meet The Tech Investor Event last week, shining a spotlight on Dundee's technology sector. The Meet The Tech Investor event was the first in a series of sessions, Talking Tech in Dundee, being offered by Johnston Carmichael to support businesses in Dundee’s

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Johnston Carmichael has been recognised as Large Firm of the Year at the Xero Awards 2020 – dubbed the ‘Oscars’ of the cloud accounting world. The UK and Ireland awards, held this year in London’s Electric Brixton venue, were established to celebrate excellence in cloud accou

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Several workers have been saved from redundancy following the closure of James Davidson and Sons Ltd when it fell into administration in February. Forfar-based Alliance Electrical has hired six plumbers and engineers who had been made redundant following the collapse of the Montrose-based business.

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Scottish accountancy and business advisory firm Johnston Carmichael is backing a major new UK accelerator programme for brewery start-ups. The event is part of BrewLDN, a new beer festival taking place at The Old Truman Brewery in London next week.

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As the UK enters the Brexit transition period, Susie Walker, head of tax at Johnston Carmichael, urges businesses to be prepared for leaving the EU without a trade deal. Even though the UK is now officially entering the 11-month transition period, there is no guarantee that a comprehensive trade dea

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Experts from Johnston Carmichael have highlighted a focus on the environment and renewable energy within the Scottish business community as the firm mapped out what 2020 could hold for the country’s business sector. Amongst many predictions including a boost to Scotch beef due to Chinese marke

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Johnston Carmichael's new chief executive Andrew Walker has outlined the firm's plans to expand its presence in Glasgow on the back of its rise in growth and profits this year. In an exclusive interview with The Herald, Andrew Walker hailed 8% growth in revenue to almost £50 million,

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Accountancy and business advisory firm Johnston Carmichael has expanded its leadership team with four new promotions. Emma Waterman, who heads up the firm’s Inverurie office, and Stewart Pennington, who is based in Edinburgh and plays a leading role in the food and drink team, have both been p

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Johnston Carmichael has posted positive results highlighting a revenue increase of over a fifth at the accountancy and business advisory company's audit and assurance arm. The increase in revenues is directly due to a series of new business wins.

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Jings, crivvens and help ma boab! A very special, starry guest has taken up residence at Johnston Carmichael’s Dundee office. The constellation-themed sculpture, Oorius Wullius in the Night Sky, has been recently installed at the independent accountancy and business advisory firm’s premi

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Long-serving staff at Johnston Carmichael have been recognised for their dedication to the business at the firm's Long Service Awards Lunch. The event takes place every year to celebrate staff who have been employed with the firm for more than 10 years.

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