Daily Archives: Feb 16, 2017

Aberdeen City Council Business Booster research

SBNN assists Aberdeen City Council with the promotion of their Positive Procurement Programme and Business Boosters events. They create some excellent events to support local business with business improvement and business development. You will see then appear regularly in our events...

Pittodrie events partner sees boost in revenue

Sodexo Prestige Venues & Events, the long-standing catering partner to Aberdeen Football Club, has reported a record Christmas season at the venue, experiencing its best winter period in more than six years. Pittodrie Stadium saw overall revenue grow by 6%...

Churchill Drilling Tools’ triple shortlist in export awards

Churchill Drilling Tools, an oilfield service company specialising in down-hole tools, has been shortlisted as a finalist for the 2017 HSBC Scottish Export Awards. The company has been short listed in three categories – high growth exporter of the year,...

New branch principal appointed at Raeburn Christie Inverurie

Raeburn Christie Clark & Wallace has appointed Laura Youngson as branch principal at their Inverurie office. Laura joined the firm in 2014 and specialises in all aspects of residential house purchases and sales, re-mortgages and private client matters, including wills...

Award-winning entrepreneur takes the plunge with new tech start-up

An Aberdeen-based entrepreneur has launched his own business venture less than a year after winning a leading accolade for supporting other companies and organisations. Led by managing director Jai Aenugu, The TechForce provides managed IT services, technology automation and cloud...

RGU and DNV GL join forces to create cost-saving software for oil and gas industry

Robert Gordon University (RGU) and multinational provider of risk management and sustainability services, DNV GL, have joined forces on a project which aims to deliver cost savings to the oil and gas industry. The project, ‘Digitization Platform for Processing, Detecting...

£350m harbour development opportunities highlighted to north east firms

Opportunities for north east organisations to get involved in the £350million expansion of Aberdeen Harbour will be highlighted at a Meet the Buyer event later this month. The event, hosted by Aberdeen City Council for the Aberdeen Harbour expansion project...

Scots IP experts stay at top of trade mark rankings

Intellectual property specialist Marks & Clerk has been rated as one of Scotland’s top performers for trade mark work. It received recognition in Managing Intellectual Property’s IP Stars 2017 trade mark firm rankings which rate work across more than 80...

Aberdeen signs Memorandum of Understanding with South Korean city of Mokpo

The Lord Provost of Aberdeen George Adam has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the South Korean city of Mokpo. In a prestigious ceremony with Cho Seong-o, Chairman of Mokpo City Council and Park Hong-ryull, Mayor of Mokpo City, the...

Record annual results predicted by CALA but “challenged” by Aberdeen market

Housebuilder CALA has reported strong first-half trading which should translate into another year of record results. The firm said net private reservations rose 24% in the six months to December 31 from 490 the previous year to 610 units. Average selling...
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Decom North Sea launches series of networking events

DECOM North Sea (DNS) has announced the launch of a new series of events for the decommissioning industry aimed...
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Contract completion for Rever Offshore

SUBSEA service provider, Rever Offshore, has announced the recent completion of a contract awarded by Serica Energy. This is the second campaign the Westhill-based firm has...

Aberdeen International Airport shortlisted for four accolades at national awards

ABERDEEN International Airport has been shortlisted for ‘Airport of the Year’ at the Scottish Transport Awards. It follows the completion of the £20 million terminal...

Aberdeen cycling club raises over £2,000 for Aberdeen Cyrenians in lockdown “virtual” race

AN Aberdeen cycling club has raised more £2,000 for a local charity by organising a “first-of-its-kind” virtual race. The Spring Bunny Time Trial, organised by...

Drilling technology company targets new jobs and international growth

DRILLING technology and service specialist NXG is looking towards international expansion and growing its staff numbers before the end of the year. The firm, which...