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Aberdeen’s commercial property sales top Edinburgh and Glasgow

Aberdeen’s commercial property market received a welcome boost in the first quarter of 2018, recording sales figures higher than both Edinburgh and Glasgow for the first time since 2014. Reporting its strongest quarter since the oil price crash with £166m...

What’s your company image – literally? High Growth Scotland with Kim McAllister

I think it was around the time the sixth skewer of meat appeared on the pasador’s arm that the conversation turned to Instagram. My husband and I had been invited to Fazenda on George Street in Edinburgh to sample the...

Nine senior promotions bolster growing Johnston Carmichael

Accountancy and Business Advisory firm Johnston Carmichael has announced nine senior promotions, including three to partner level, as part of the firm’s growth strategy. Based out of the Edinburgh office, Head of Marketing, Gemma Spiers, who joined the firm from Deloitte three years...

Video interview with Russell Dalgleish of Scottish Business Network – High Growth Scotland with Kim McAllister

Kim McAllister talks to serial entrepreneur Russell Dalgleish about being tall, investing, Scottish Business Network and the Scottish entrepreneurial ecosystem. Russell is the founder and managing partner of Exolta Capital Partners. Scottish Business Network was originally created to bring together successful...

Is Scotland getting smaller? – High Growth Scotland with Kim McAllister

My business operates in three cities – not because I planned it that way – but because we kept moving. I set up Impact Online in Glasgow in 2010. Three years later we moved to Aberdeen and in 2016 we relocated to...

Five new Partners at commercial property agent

Commercial property agent Ryden has recently promoted five new Partners and two new Associates. Susan Cameron and David Lindsay based in the firm’s Edinburgh office, Gregor Harvie and Tim Jacobsen in Glasgow and Michael Lorimer in Aberdeen were all made...

TC BioPharm to collaborate with Scotia Biologics to develop proprietary treatments for cancer

TC BioPharm Ltd (TCB) and Scotia Biologics have formed a strategic collaboration to co-develop novel proprietary tumour-specific antibodies for TCB’s CAR-T platform. Using Scotia’s unique, proven technology, the two companies will develop a range of cancer-targeting single-chain antibodies, each of...

Interview with Jill Henry of Meander Apparel – High Growth Scotland with Kim McAllister

As someone who has only recently discovered the addictive rush of a spin class, this new company really appeals to me. I met Jill at a networking event and was very interested in her concept of fashionable cyclewear. Who wouldn’t...

Round of promotions includes five new partners at Brodies

Brodies LLP, Scotland’s largest law firm, has announced its latest round of promotions, including 5 new Partners, 8 Managing Associates and 14 Associates. Angela McCulloch, David Lightbody, Elaine Petterson, Jane McMonagle and Louise Kelso step up to Partner in their...

Fife publisher launches new natural health and wellbeing magazine

A Fife entrepreneur has launched Scotland’s first print magazine dedicated to natural health and wellbeing and more mindful living. (See the end of the article to get a free copy of the magazine) Mum-of-four Lynda Hamilton Parker has published the first...
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