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Business activity across Scotland's private sector increased for the first time since August in November, according to the latest Royal Bank of Scotland PMI. The index has highlighted that key to the renewed growth was a marginal uptick in order book volumes, the first for five months, alongside the

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Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has today announced it is opening its doors to new applications to join its in-house Entrepreneur Accelerator programme. The programme offers a fully-funded support programme for Scottish scale-ups and high growth businesses looking to scale and succeed.

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Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) yesterday brought together some of the leading women in Scottish business at Glasgow's SWG3 at its free Ask for More event. Hosted by journalist Zara Janjua, Ask for More was a free event which aimed to support women with the tools they need to thrive and realise their b

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To celebrate Giving Tuesday this year, RBS will be donating £250,000 to charities which its employees and customers support. Giving Tuesday is an international social media campaign organised by Charities Aid Foundation (CAF) in the UK. It happens on the Tuesday after Black Friday and Cyber Mo

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Dr Lena Wilson CBE, one of Scotland’s most prolific and experienced business leaders, has been appointed as the new chair at accountancy firm Chiene + Tait (C+T). Dr Wilson has over 30 years’ business experience across more than 40 countries. She spent eight years as the highly-regarded

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A five-figure funding package provided by Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) has enabled fire safety and risk management company, Robert Richards Associates Limited, to expand its business offering. Based in Loanhead, Midlothian, the company provides a range of specialist training courses and risk as

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The Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) could face a multi-million payout over its refusal to distribute successful payment protection insurance (PPI) mis-selling claims to those who have been insolvent. The potential multi-million-pound payout comes after judges at the Court of Session threw out an appeal

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Glasgow-based brothers, Chris and Barry Neilson, have opened their first business, Neilson’s Joinery Superstore, thanks to a £50,000 funding package from Royal Bank of Scotland. Neilson’s Joinery Superstore supplies a range of products including timber, doors and windows, in additi

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