Army Plant Operator Transition back to Civilian Life

Sapper Perry Kingsnorth joined the Army as a Royal Engineer in 2015 and specialised as a Plant Operator. He has primarily been based at...

Teesport welcomes new Containerships route between the UK and the Baltics

Teesport, the fifth largest port in the UK, has welcomed the first arrival of a new Containerships service, the BALT VI, from Eastern Europe. The...

Miigen offers new range of partner opportunities as its suite of applications to enhance later life living continues to grow

The social impact created by Miigen, the secure, private platform for senior life living, is increasing with each passing day as it continues to...

Teesport welcomes new container service from Bilbao

Teesport, owned and operated by PD Ports, is preparing to welcome a new container service as part of a weekly route from Bilbao, Spain. Operated...

PD Ports to support Government’s ‘levelling up’ agenda for the North.

PD Ports has welcomed the Government’s announcement to invest £160million in ports and factories across the UK to manufacture the next generation of turbines,...

Zoom versus MS Teams

Mother Technologies has been mirroring corporate extensions on user’s mobiles for years. From basic mobile twinning to elaborate collaboration tools, boundaries are not being...

Test and Protect launches for Chamber Network

Seven Chambers of Commerce have now launched a Test & Protect web app to help support their local areas during the Covid-19 pandemic. The Track...

Businesses need to be able to start working more normally as soon as it is safe to do so

By Dr Liz Cameron OBE, Chief Executive of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce “Better bend than break” is a proverb that transcends languages and cultures. It...

Scottish Businesses Urged to Go Back to Basics in Face of Declining Confidence and Falling Demand

This week saw the publication of both the ICAEW Business Confidence Monitor (BCM): Scotland for Q42020, and the Royal Bank of Scotland UK Small...

Letters of kindness bring joy to Milngavie residents

Primary school pupils at The Glasgow Academy are inspiring hope and kindness within the Milngavie community through their Little Notes of Kindness campaign. As part...

Family haulage firm to stay and expand local transport office after securing £250K loan from Business Loans Scotland

H&R Gray Haulage to create a modern drive through delivery centre to meet delivery demand through the COVID pandemic. The company was started in 1990...

Army Plant Operator Transition back to Civilian Life

Sapper Perry Kingsnorth joined the Army as a Royal Engineer in 2015 and specialised as a Plant Operator. He has primarily been based at...

Teesport welcomes new Containerships route between the UK and the Baltics

Teesport, the fifth largest port in the UK, has welcomed the first arrival of a new Containerships service, the BALT VI, from Eastern Europe. The...

The Reputation People Welcomed as the Official UK Affiliate of the 3AW Global Agency Network

Edinburgh-based public relations and communications agency, The Reputation People, has joined 3AW’s global network of members. With a key message of ‘brands beyond borders’, 3AW...

Businesses need to be able to start working more normally as soon as it is safe to do so

By Dr Liz Cameron OBE, Chief Executive of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce “Better bend than break” is a proverb that transcends languages and cultures. It...

Preventing unemployment must be a priority for us all

By Dr Liz Cameron OBE, Chief Executive of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce One lesson that has emerged from the difficulties of the pandemic is that...

Scottish businesses need further direct financial support to cope with further lockdowns

A new survey by the Scottish Chambers of Commerce has found the vast majority of businesses in Scotland are doing their utmost to retain...

UK and Japan agree historic free trade agreement

The UK has secured a free trade agreement with Japan and will increase trade with Japan by an estimated £15.2 billion. The deal has...

Employers across Scotland have been innovating and adapting to ensure apprentices have been able to progress in learning or on the job during the...

Measures have included making the most of technology and new kit, while some firms have taken on new apprentices to meet increased demand for...

As a values-based employer we celebrate diversity

VisitScotland is a values-based employer and we are working to put diversity at the heart of everything we do. Whether it’s the warmth of...