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Scottish Businesses struggling to pay debts

THE number of County Court Judgements (CCJs) issued to businesses over the last three years has increased by 105%, with Scotland reporting an increase of 41%.  Research by UK credit check specialist Creditsafe paints...

VAT changes in construction industry postponed until next year

A CHANGE to VAT collection arrangements that was heading the way of the UK construction industry has been delayed by HM Revenue and Customs.  Implementation of the domestic reverse charge for building and construction services falling within...

Investment in the North-east of Scotland on the rise

The fourth Investment Tracker capturing the scale of infrastructure projects planned for the North-east of Scotland reveals that £10.1bn of public and private investment is due to be delivered to benefit the region before 2030.

New investment to support Aberdeen’s hydrogen ambitions

A contract has been awarded to develop a business case which will explore the development of a sustainable and commercial supply of hydrogen in Aberdeen and create a model which can be adopted by other Scottish cities.

The Best Places for Graduates to Live in Scotland

The topic of higher education is a slightly sensitive one in the UK at the moment, particularly with the long-term future of EU students and workers yet to be fully resolved.  So, whilst students...

New programme ‘Energy of the Future’ addresses challenges of 21st century

OGUK, the leading representative body for the UK’s offshore oil and gas industry, and ITN Productions Industry News have co-produced “Energy Of The Future”, a comprehensive new programme exploring the societal and economic value of an industry...

The Best Logistics Advice for Small Businesses

The global logistics market has enjoyed exponential growth of late, reaching a cumulative value of $4.730 billion in 2018. This came about as a result of an amalgamation of supply and demand side trends, and recent levels...

The rise of an international business

The UK is one of the largest trading nations in the world — the fifth largest, in fact. We rely heavily on international trade as a means of supporting this status, leading to businesses of all sizes...

Nestrans submit bid for funding to investigate new station sites

Nestrans has submitted a bid for funding to study the potential for new station sites in the south of Aberdeen. The bid, submitted to Scottish Government’s Local Rail Development Fund, would also help to consider the potential...

Aberdeen Inspired clinches accolade for globally renowned Nuart Aberdeen

Business organisation Aberdeen Inspired clinched a prestigious accolade at the Association of Town Centre Management (ATCM) Awards in London last night (Wednesday June 26). Aberdeen Inspired received the Best Culture and Arts Scheme award...

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