Latest Glasgow & Strathclyde Business News

Record numbers using Small Business Bonus

A record number of small business properties are now using the Scottish Government’s Small Business Bonus Scheme. ...Read More

City Legacy donates £60,000 to Glasgow hospice

The developers of The Athletes’ Village, City Legacy Homes, has donated £60,000 to the Brick by Brick Appeal, which is raising funds for a new purpose-built facility at Glasgow’s Prince & Princess of Wales Hospice. ...Read More

Glasgow Fort staff start 6,256 mile trek for local school

Staff at Glasgow Fort are to walk the equivalent distance from Glasgow to Peru this week, raising money to install a state-of-the-art sensory room at a local primary school. ...Read More

Peanut allergy vaccine firm moves to BioCity Scotland

A Scottish company working to develop of an oral vaccine to treat peanut allergy is set to move into life sciences incubator BioCity Scotland this month. ...Read More

Latest James Bond movie cast tread Scottish boards

A Scottish firm has furnished part the set of James Bond’s latest silver screen appearance in Spectre. ...Read More

Inaugural Business Women Scotland Award success for female entrepreneurs

The winners of the first Business Women Scotland Awards were announced last week at a black tie ceremony at the Old Fruitmarket in Glasgow with female led companies from all over Scotland celebrating the success of their entrepreneurial spirit. ...Read More

William Hill signs landmark Scottish FA sponsorship deal

William Hill has agreed a landmark multi-sponsorship deal with the Scottish FA, including a four-year extension as title sponsor of the Scottish Cup. ...Read More

Halloween boosts MorphCostumes to record sales

MorphCostumes, the Edinburgh-founded behind Morphsuits, has seen record sales in the run up to Halloween. ...Read More

Roofing firm to expand with £1.2m funding package

A Blantyre roofing firm is planning to expand further across the south of England, after securing a seven-figure funding package from Bank of Scotland. ...Read More

Steel Task Force agrees to “work urgently” after first meeting

The Scottish Steel Task Force has met for the first time, agreeing to “work urgently” to find a new operator for Tata Steel’s Dalzell and Clydebridge plants. ...Read More

New Glasgow offices for Luxonic

Design-led commercial lighting manufacturer, Luxonic, has opened its first Scottish sales office in Glasgow. ...Read More

Ryanair celebrates first year in Glasgow with new route

Low fares airline, Ryanair, has celebrated its first year of operations at Glasgow Airport with the launch of a new route to Berlin. ...Read More

Business Event: The Power of Rapport for Women in Business

Business Women Scotland magazine’s next Glasgow networking lunch is on Friday 6th November, and has two great speakers to help you improve your human interactions for business and personal life. ...Read More

New campaign to set boost countryside tourism

VisitScotland has launched a joint campaign with three other organisations, aiming to spread the word about the country’s National Forest Estate to a million consumers. ...Read More

MP Praises Bathgate Courier And Cuts Ribbon On New HQ

A Member of Parliament has praised a Bathgate based courier for its substantial investment into the local area and commitment to the local workforce. ...Read More

Scottish researchers to work on ground-breaking reservoir evaluation tool

Technology which could significantly reduce the cost of evaluating subsea hydrocarbon deposits is to be developed at the University of Glasgow in collaboration with Badger Explorer ASA and supported by the Oil & Gas Innovation Centre (OGIC). ...Read More

SME's need to act following cyber attack scandals

The business resilience delivery arm of the Scottish Government and Police Scotland is urging small businesses to take pre-emptive action to limit the threat of damaging cyber attacks. ...Read More

“No place to hide” as health and safety prosecutions rise

A 49% rise in the number of health and safety court cases in Scotland could be “a sign of things to come,” a leading litigation expert has warned. ...Read More

WestJet to increase flights from Glasgow to Canada

Canadian airline WestJet is to increase the number of flights it operates between Glasgow Airport and Halifax, Nova Scotia next summer. ...Read More

Bank of Scotland chief economist to retire

Bank of Scotland’s chief economist, Donald MacRae, has announced he intends to retire next month. ...Read More

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