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Property news – northern hotel now on the market

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Mackays Hotel in Wick is on the market for sale. The hotel has been owned and operated by the same family, the Lamonts, for nearly seventy years.The property is situated on Ebenezer Place...

COP26 expands opportunities for pension specialists amid rising focus on environmental social and governance...

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Climate conference combined with regulatory change drives demand for pensions advisers but firms must adapt to retain talent amid a limited candidate pool.Scotland's pensions sector benefited from a “green gift” as a result...

Boosting sustainability credentials put centre stage by Arts & Business Scotland

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There is an expectation in the world today that businesses do their bit to help protect our environment, which is why Arts & Business Scotland has put sustainability centre stage at the Culture and Business...

Edinburgh’s Inverleith scoop up Eden Mill

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Edinburgh based specialist consumer brand investor, Inverleith has invested in a majority stake in EDEN MILL St Andrews which produces craft gin and whisky.The investment will allow the company to push forward with a...

Edinburgh businesswomen secure a place in the AccelerateHER finals

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The finalists of this year's AccelerateHER UK awards have been announced and include two Edinburgh businesswomen.In all 32 female founders have been named as finalists in this year’s AccelerateHER UK awards in partnership with...

Plans for ‘matchmaking’ marketplace from A&B Scotland

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Plans for a brand-new online resource from Arts & Business Scotland have been announced. Designed like a matchmaking site for businesses, this online platform will help businesses identify and connect with the perfect arts/culture/heritage...

Brand new online event event announced by Arts & Business Scotland

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Chris van der Kuyl, Chairman of 4J Studios, the developers of Minecraft, has been announced by Arts & Business Scotland (A&BS) as the keynote speaker for its first event of the year, the Culture...
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Eco-packaging founder will headline business networking event on Thursday

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Paul Tasner, founder of PulpWorks - an eco-friendly packaging company, will be headline speaker for the Love Your Business networking event on Thursday.PulpWorks designs and manufactures eco-friendly packaging made from compostable waste, for clients...

New corporate partnership announced by Capital Theatres

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A new corporate partnership with Brewgooder - a Scottish-based craft beer company whose ‘Brewed on Purpose’ commitment to create waves of people-positive change through their business - has been announced by Capital Theatres that...

Largest network of ultra-fast electric car charging points set to grow

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Morrisons is expanding the UK’s largest supermarket network of ‘next generation’ rapid electric charging points for electric vehicles, allowing customers to charge the majority of cars from flat to full battery in under 45...

Ethically-sourced silver used to craft Scottish Goldsmith’s Trust award winner’s creation

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Among the beautiful pieces in an exhibition celebrating Scottish jewellery and silversmithing will be a handcrafted silver goblet inspired by the weights on railway signals.The highly contemporary minimalist design is by trainee silversmith Ruth...

Magical new Hamleys’ store set to open in St James Quarter

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Known as ‘The Finest Toy Shop in the World’, Hamleys will join the 1.7 million sq ft St James Quarter, occupying over 2,475 sq ft within the Galleria and will create 10 new job...

New wireless broadband pilot to supply lightning-fast speeds without digging up streets

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The first wireless gigabit broadband service in Britain is to be piloted in Edinburgh, bringing lightning fast internet speeds to the Old and New Towns without the need to dig up streets in the...

Rugby club entrepreneurs bid to kick old working habits into touch

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Two senior figures at one of Scotland’s top community rugby clubs have launched a new remote office venture, transforming under-utilised clubhouse facilities and offering some help to home-workers.“Breakout” has re-imagined the vast top floor...

Glenkinchie Distillery to serve summer cocktails from vintage truck bar

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Glenkinchie Distillery in East Lothian welcomed a magical, refurbished vintage Johnnie Walker truck just in time for guests to enjoy a selection of delicious whisky cocktails in the picturesque setting of the garden distillery...

Steven Wallis holds online cooking class at The Biscuit Factory in Leith

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Winner of Masterchef and regular series judge, Steven Wallis, made a special visit to Beautiful Planet zero waste store in Leith this week to record an online cooking class using some of the fresh...

Rocket crash highlights need for space clean up

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Events like the Chinese rocket which crashed back to Earth illustrate the need for action on ‘space junk’ before a disaster happens, the head of Scottish rocket company Skyrora has said.Volodymyr Levykin said the...

Alice Thompson announced announced as business event headline speaker

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Alice Thompson, the Social Bite co-founder and former director who left the social enterprise last year to set up her own business coaching and consultancy company, has been announced as the headline speaker at...

Preparation underway at Fort Kinnaird to welcome back shoppers

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Fort Kinnaird is preparing to welcome visitors back from next week, as the Scottish Government confirms that the country will move into the next stage of easing lockdown restrictions.From 26th April, non-essential stores such...

Multiple awards for local Biopharma company

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This week, Medannex Ltd (Edinburgh) received multiple awards in recognition of notable successes in several key areas. The late-stage biopharmaceutical company, developing novel treatments for cancers and autoimmune diseases, was declared the winner in...

Traveleads is ready to get back to business with new acquisition

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Traveleads, an Edinburgh-based travel management company which is also based in Leeds, has bought over Omega Business Travel, moving to strengthen its place in the industry.The company is part of the Global...

Salary guide shows a stark challenging future

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The impact of Covid, Brexit and the climate emergency is accelerating deep and dramatic changes to the make-up of Scotland’s critical financial sector, according to a comprehensive report.Financial services is a massive employer in...

First Made In UK Day takes place this month

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Mauda is a womenswear brand primarily focussed on adaptive and universal design. Launched in January 2021, the brand operates from a micro-factory in Edinburgh.In addition to Mauda's own collection designed and made in...

Bee company nurtures new talent for Scottish Apprenticeship Week

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Two new apprentices have been appointed by Edinburgh’s Scottish Bee Company as part of Scottish Apprenticeship Week (1st-5th March).Scottish Apprenticeship Week 2021 aims to share the value apprenticeships can bring to individuals, employers and...

Applications open for courses at Scotland’s life-changing college

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One of Scotland’s smallest and friendliest colleges, Newbattle Abbey College, is now recruiting for courses starting in September 2021. All applications will be followed up with a face-to-face interview once restrictions have been relaxed.Newbattle...

Fosters investing in new funeral fleet

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Fosters Family Funeral Directors have announced they are investing a six figure sum in their funeral cars and a new hearse, while also expanding their services in Scotland.The company is to spend £600,000...

GreatDrams wins Lloyds Bank Small Business of 2020 award

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One of the Lloyds Bank Small Business of 2020 awards has been won by GreatDrams.This is a wee company set up to introduce whisky drinkers to their next favourite dram, which has been creative...

Energy services company expands with Northern Ireland acquisition

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REALISE ENERGY SERVICES acquires Northern Ireland O&M division of Optinergy Ltd cementing their position as major operator in the GB and Northern Ireland wind turbine service and maintenance sector.In a deal which further enhances...

The office Christmas party on Zoom – what to do and what not to...

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 by Sarah Brooks, University of SheffieldWhether you look forward to the Christmas party or see it as a seasonal obligation, that time of year is here again. Restrictions on social interactions mean that workplaces...

New hospitality consultancy offers help to capital businesses free for a year

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"LET’S ALL PULL TOGETHER TO RECOVER"Experienced Restaurant Manager launches Hospitality Consultancy which could help a business in the capital for free for up to a year.  With the Covid-19 pandemic affecting staff at every level...

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