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CBRE reseach reveals office market performance across Scottish cities in final quarter of 2020

Impact of pandemic on take-up activity continued but not as much as expectedTotal Grade A space take-up in Edinburgh in 2020 was higher than in 2019In Glasgow prime rents are set to rise...

Stephen Foreshew-Cain joins software consultancy Scott Logic as CEO

Former GDS chief aims to establish the software consultancy in areas beyond Financial Services and the Public Sector, and to have an impact in wider communities SOFTWARE consultancy Scott Logic...

Edinburgh Innovations boosts global links with non-exec appointments

A SENIOR US pharmaceuticals executive and Stanford University’s head of technology transfer are to become two Non-Executive Directors of Edinburgh Innovations, the University of Edinburgh’s commercialisation service. Dr Gillian Cannon...

Scottish shares in strong finish to 2020, outperforming wider indices for the year

A STRONG final quarter of 2020 saw shares in Scottish companies outperform the wider FTSE and AIM All Share indices, with the effects of the Covid-19 pandemic creating clear winners and losers from...

Scottish marine renewables business aims to disrupt energy sector following acquisition of world’s largest tidal turbine array

Croudfunding campaign has gone live to develop existing projects. EDINBURGH based marine renewables specialist QED Naval is expanding its plans to disrupt the energy sector with its environmentally friendly sustainable...

SoConnect acquires Edinburgh-headquartered IT Centric

Acquisition takes Borders-based telecom, internet and IT managed services group to over 500 customers UK-wide and £5m plus revenue Combined group now has headcount of 38, supported by a nationwide network of over 200...

Edinburgh office market proves its resilience during 2020, Knight Frank analysis

Take-up drops, but rents remain robust and demand continues to outstrip supply during unprecedented 12 months EDINBURGH’S office market proved highly resilient during a challenging 2020, with take-up nearing 500,000...

NHS app launch caps year of strong growth for Scottish startup Trickle

NHS app trial focused on the wellbeing of frontline workers in the face of Covid-19 and part-funded by Scotland’s Chief Scientist OfficeTrickle has quadrupled headcount in 2020 and now has sales team in...

BGF anticipates strong pipeline for 2021 after investing £37m in businesses in 2020

UK and Ireland investor BGF anticipates a strong pipeline for 2021 after marking a strong run of investment activity in 2020, despite the challenging economic backdrop of Covid-19.   Over...

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Expansion would be icing on the cake for Edinburgh bakery

Edinburgh’s only fully gluten free bakery, Sugar Daddy’s, is set to expand and is calling out for dietary challenged cake lovers across the city...

Barrhead Travel goes for growth as revenues rise over £300 million

It was another year of growth for Barrhead Travel, one of the UK’s largest travel agencies, as revenues breached the £300m level for the...

Legal services firm Vialex opens Berwick office in first move south

Scottish legal services firm Vialex is opening a satellite office in Berwick-Upon-Tweed to serve its existing client base in the north of England, and...

Maths students turned pole dance entrepreneurs spin their way to success

Two Scottish entrepreneurs who quit promising careers to turn their passion for pole dancing into the world’s top polewear resale website have won the...

Eight things to help you bring your A-game to your next job interview

TALENT finders for some of Scotland’s most highly-charged employment sectors have created a checklist to help hopeful job applicants improve their chances of success.