Existing Energy Infrastructure Assets Cannot Be Ignored Amidst Hiking Energy Prices

Both the domestic and business sectors have been living in uncertainty and worry about the rocketing energy bills. The government has introduced temporary caps to help everyone survive this winter but that is not...

Scottish research highlights CO2-producing companies to face challenges with new climate-related disclosure requirements

Forthcoming regime on climate-related disclosures ventures into uncharted territory for industries emitting high levels of greenhouse gas. Current corporate reporting by most companies producing the highest levels of greenhouse gas emissions would not comply with...

New Power Equipment Rental Based in Dubai

Wilson Power Solutions Ltd are pleased to announce the formation of Wilson Agile Transformer Technical Services (WATTS - Rental), a joint venture between Wilson Power Solutions and Agile Power Group FZE based in Dubai....

Getting Scotland’s transport infrastructure right, is the key to unlocking sustained economic growth

By Dr Liz Cameron CBE, Chief Executive of the Scottish Chambers of Commerce. Scotland’s roads, railways, ferry routes and airports represent the key arteries of the Scottish economy. These vital arteries though have become increasingly clogged, holding...

New collaboration to boost business and trade between Scotland and Turkey

A new collaboration between the Turkish Scottish Chamber of Commerce and Industry (TSCCI) and the Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) has been formally signed. Scottish and Turkish business owners joined Scottish and Turkish Government officials,...

Creating a tech ecosystem so Scotland’s SMEs can flourish

In today’s ever changing world, there is one constant in business. Small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) remain the great incubators of new concepts and ideas, which can scale up and flourish into tomorrow’s fantastic...

Safeguarding your staff and properly protecting your premises

Matthew Holliday, Director of Approval Schemes at the National Security Inspectorate, describes how Chambers, business owners and managers can make use of innovative protective systems including police compliant visual surveillance-based intruder alarms to safeguard...

Public appointments in Scotland – roles, responsibilities and risks

During 2020 the process for appointing board members to Scottish public bodies was paused as a result of the pandemic. Statistics for 2021 are not yet available but it seems inevitable that the appointment...

City status signals bright future for Dunfermline

As Dunfermline celebrates its recently bestowed city status, legal firm Wright, Johnston & Mackenzie LLP believes it marks an exciting new chapter. There is no doubt that being labelled a city is a sought-after accolade...

Now is the time to invest in full fibre

Having fast reliable and flexible full fibre connectivity is vital to the future success of Scottish businesses – and now is the time to invest, says Alex Ferguson, Head of Business Development at Mother...