Daily Archives: Dec 19, 2017

Whitelink Seafoods reels in funding for new ship

Family-owned seafood supplier, Whitelink Seafoods, has secured a funding package from Royal Bank of Scotland to assist the purchase of a new scallop vessel. The ship, which will help the company process, distribute and supply a higher volume of produce,...

John Lawrie Group acquires 60 North Recycling in Shetland

Metal reprocessing, tubular supply and decommissioning company John Lawrie Group has expanded its activities and service offering by acquiring the assets of 60 North Recycling in Shetland. The Group, which is headquartered in Aberdeen, has purchased the site previously occupied...

Record growth leads to eight new positions at CALA Homes

Housebuilder CALA Homes has announced eight new job opportunities within its Aberdeen office – further bolstering the North team in line with encouraging sales and a fifth consecutive year of record group revenue and profit. The eight new team members being...

Aberdeen company awarded £75,000 at Scottish EDGE final

The solution to long bar queues at major sports and music events is one step closer to reality, thanks to an Aberdeen start-up’s ambition to provide self-service drink dispensers capable of pouring perfect pints in seconds. EBar Initiatives, the company...

Conference to look at enhancing the changing economy through culture

2018 will see the return of the SPECTRA Catalyst Conference in Aberdeen. Designed to strengthen and sustain the cultural buzz in Aberdeen around the popular annual light festival, Catalyst takes place on the 9 and 10 February in the Anatomy Rooms at...

National appointment for Aberdeen Inspired chief executive

Adrian Watson, chief executive of Aberdeen Inspired, has taken up the voluntary position of national chair for Scotland of the Association of Town Centre Management (ATCM) which helps to promote town and city centres across the country. The appointment will see...

Rapidly expanding AAB Consulting division establish UK wide Associate network

Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB), one of the UK’s leading independent firms of Chartered Accountants & Business Advisors, has announced that its rapidly expanding Consulting division has formed an Associate Network to assist in delivering a full service...

Trio of marketing specialists to support business growth at BIG

Scotland’s largest PR and digital marketing agency, BIG Partnership, has boosted its team with the appointment of three experienced marketing specialists. Natalie Hilton joins BIG as a senior account manager in the Aberdeen office where she is responsible for delivering...

48% turnover increase for Rose Recruitment

Aberdeen recruitment agency, Rose Recruitment, has seen its revenue increase by 48% in the financial year 2016. The sharp rise in turnover comes after the firm, which provides recruitment solutions for all disciplines in temporary, permanent and contract positions within small, medium and...
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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 at helping in a post...

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...