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Local business people are being invited to join members and guests of St Andrews Business Club on November 2 to hear one of the University of St Andrews Vice-Principals reveal its inner workings.
You are invited to give up your bed for the night and help us fundraise to make sure that loads more people get a safe, warm bed this winter. Over the last 15 years the BIG SLEEP OUT has seen over 2500 participants in various locations raise over £330K to help the people that are most in need in Scotland.
Thorntons was awarded the titles of Large Scottish Employer of the Year and Best Scottish Employer of the Year at Scotland’s Best Employer Awards 2016.
The firm which employs more than 400 employees across its 10 offices collected this accolade at the Awards Ceremony in Glasgow on Wednesday 5 October.
Systems integration specialist, Cooper Software, has been selected by Vita Cellular Foams, a world-class producer of flexible polyurethane foams, to implement the cloud-based global business management solution, NetSuite OneWorld at their new standalone manufacturing facility in China. The new facility will support the Company’s expanding Chinese customer base.
The Collaboration Prize 2016/17 is now open for businesses in Scotland with aspirations to collaborate.
The aim of the Collaboration Prize is to encourage firms to think collaboratively and pitch an idea for a new collaborative enterprise that will help them to access new markets. This could be a new sector or a geographical market including international markets.
The establishment and introduction of the Developing Young Workforce in Fife has created new opportunities to develop the way schools, the College and employability providers engage with businesses.
Scottish broadcaster and radio presenter Grant Stott has been announced as the host of the 2017 Fife Business Awards - with the closing date for award category applications fast approaching.
Aspiring businesses have until Friday 28th October to register their entries.
Ahead of the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement on Wednesday November 23, the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) is urging the government to use its ‘reset’ of fiscal policy to pursue measures that incentivise business investment, improve infrastructure, and demonstrate the UK government’s continued support for business.
AWARD winning Fife business, nextGenergy has come a long way since its beginnings four years ago. The company will be showcasing smart technologies during Fife Business Week from 7 to 11 November.
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) Network has proposed a comprehensive package of reforms aimed at delivering long overdue improvements to Scotland’s business rates regime. In its response to the Barclay Review of Business Rates, SCC has put forward a range of new initiatives, including a unified Assessor’s office for Scotland to reduce bureaucracy, comprehensive reform