Andy Simpson

Angus 3D brings world-leading metal 3D printing to the UK market

A Scottish 3D printing start-up is producing its first pieces using the UK’s first commercially-available Markforged Metal-X metal 3D printer.
credit Kristina Tamane-Laing

Kim McAllister: Watch this space

“It’s probably such a fragmented industry because funding comes from so many different places,” PhD researcher Matjaz Vidmar told me over drinks...

Event: European Super Angels Club comes to Edinburgh

The European Super Angels Club hosts an investors-only AI-focused pitching event in partnership with Scottish law firm, Shepherd and Wedderburn LLP.

How To Increase Customer Sign-Ups Online Today

Do you struggle to get people to sign-up to your site? This can be a real problem when you rely on online...
Fiona Deas and Chris Jacobs

Courier Firm Continues on the Acquisition Road

Scotland's largest independent courier firm has continued its investment drive – as it eyes up further expansion south of the border.
Resevoir Animal Morphsuits

MorphCostumes acquires Fun Shack in expansion move

MorphCostumes, the manufacturer and online fancy dress retailer behind the Morphsuit, has hit the acquisition trail, taking the first step in a...
Left to right are Max Thomas, Jossie Ellis, Steve Tigar and Tim Shields of Money Dashboard (by Stewart Attwood)

Money Dashboard in 1 million member share giveaway

Edinburgh-based Money Dashboard, the free personal finance app with almost half a million downloads, has reserved 1 million free member shares for...
Campbell Cummings

Johnston Carmichael expands corporate finance team

Accountancy and business advisory firm, Johnston Carmichael, has strengthened its corporate finance team with a senior hire following over £320m of deals...
From left to right: Andrew Parfery, Co-founder of Care Sourcer; Zoi Kantounatou, Co-founder of FutureX; Bruce Walker, Co-founder of FutureX

Scottish tech stars head to Silicon Valley with FutureX

A group of the UK’s most promising tech entrepreneurs are heading to Silicon Valley this April for a week-long accelerate programme hosted...

Whisky exports rise 7.8% to £4.70billion in 2018

Official figures from HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) have revealed a strong year for Scotch Whisky exports in 2018, with global growth by...
L-R: Jamie Cook, Jen Bannerman, Crawford Jolly

ID appoints trio of senior managers

Glasgow based agency ID has added three new members to its senior management team, following a period of growth for the company.
From left - Ian Kerr and David Fletcher

Raven spreads its wings after securing £300,000 funding from business angels

Investors have pumped £300,000 into the company behind operations and issue management software used at the Ryder Cup and European Athletics Championships.
An artists impression of the proposed Johnnie Walker experience

Plans Submitted for Flagship Johnnie Walker Visitor Attraction

Plans to transform one of Edinburgh’s most important landmark buildings into a global visitor experience for Scotch whisky brand, Johnnie Walker, have...
Ricky Nicol

Commsworld breaks £20 million turnover marker

Connectivity and telecoms provider, Commsworld, is celebrating its most successful year to date with revenues breaking through the £20 million barrier -...
Adam Gordon and the Candidate.ID team

Recruitment technology firm signs 10 new employees and eyes New York and Singapore

A Glasgow-based recruitment technology business has welcomed 10 new employees to its Oswald Street office and is preparing to open offices in...
From left - Alison, Kenny and Colin Blair

Buzzworks turnover up 9% to £16.2m

Scottish hospitality group Buzzworks Holdings has reported an increase in turnover, up 9 per cent from £14.8m to £16.2m, for 2018.
Simon Poole and his team

Campervan company pitches up its best year yet

A campervan company has reported its most successful year on record - coinciding with the first anniversary of its move to become...
Paul Munn, Partner at Par Equity

Hat-trick of awards for Par Equity after another win

Par Equity, the Edinburgh venture capital firm, has won ‘Best EIS Investment Exit’ at the EIS Association Awards 2019. The win completed...
Davis Larssen

Proserv sells precision engineering company KRG Industries to GIL Investments

Controls technology company Proserv has sold its Coatbridge based speciality machining business, formerly known as KRG Industries for an undisclosed sum.
Alan Fergusson

Alan Fergusson: It’s the same everywhere, right?

All over the world, there are companies expanding into new and exciting markets every day. The new breed of employer in the...

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How To Increase Customer Sign-Ups Online Today

Do you struggle to get people to sign-up to your site? This can be a real problem when you rely on online...

Allied Mobility to Attend Independent Living Scotland

The highly anticipated Independent Living Scotland (ILS) event will be taking place at SEC Glasgow on the 26th and 27th of September...

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