North-east business leaders have called for more support to be put in place for firms impacted by the lockdown measures.
Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce
Business leaders in the north-east have called on the Scottish Government to consider running a safe return to office working pilot in Aberdeen in a bid to prevent the "death knell" sounding for firms across the city.
Business leaders called for more support to be put in place for firms impacted by the new lockdown measures.
Campaigners have toasted victory after a "vital" air route was reinstated following a two-year crusade.
Business leaders in the north-east will pursue a region-specific rates deal amid a warning firms have been hit by a "double whammy" of local lockdowns and a downturn in oil and gas on top of the Covid crisis.
Aberdeen & Grampian Chamber of Commerce’s raison d'être is to support businesses to be better today while helping create the economic conditions for the future success of its region.
About one in five British oil and gas firms expect to cut more jobs in 2021 after a bruising year for the sector in which half of contractors said their workforce had declined, according to a survey.
North-east business leaders have joined growing calls for the UK Government to make the full furlough scheme available whenever it is needed.
Business leaders in the north-east have warned many firms "will not survive" a second Scotland-wide lockdown if it is imposed.
Aberdeen's council and business leaders have spoken of their disappointment at level two measures being imposed on the city with it dubbed as a move towards a "winter of discontent".
Business leaders in the north-east have expressed their disappointment after it was confirmed current coronavirus restrictions would be extended.
The boss of a leading north-east business organisation fears switching the lights of the economy on and off will cause "serious long-term damage" to communities.
Aberdeen chiefs have warned a national lockdown would spell disaster for Aberdeen - with one claiming it would prove the "kiss of death" for businesses in the city.
A study looking at the impact of coronavirus on the oil and gas sector will be carried out.
An Aberdeen firm has welcomed their nomination for a major business award.
City and Shire businesses are to benefit from the upcoming Power Week campaign as it will allow them to boost their exposure on social media.
A major north-east business event celebrating firms from across the region is being held at P&J Live next year.
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Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce is to host a free international market briefing in association with its South American counterpart.
Aberdeen must make clear it is safe and open for business once more, according to a city business leader.
Lockdown restrictions are "devastating" for Aberdeen businesses, chiefs have said.
Financial support for businesses affected by Aberdeen lockdown should be ‘urgent priority’, say chamber of commerce
Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce has urged the Scottish Government to make financial support an 'urgent priority' after licensed premises were forced to close their doors.
Nominations for the 2021 Northern Star Business Awards open from today.
An Aberdeen business leader believes the withdrawal of a main contractor from the city's harbour expansion could open the door for a local firm to finish the job.
The sun may soon be shining but there will be no summer for many of Scotland's tourism firms in the year of the coronavirus pandemic.
The chief executive of Aberdeen and Grampian Chamber of Commerce is among business leaders to have written to ministers to raise concerns over gaps in coronavirus support.
Councillors have been urged to back a £2 million support package to help north-east businesses through the coronavirus pandemic.
A leading business group has called on Aberdeen City Council to do more to get vital business grants to firms in need during the Covid-19 pandemic.
North-east firms abiding by social distancing rules have been left at a competitive disadvantage to their English rivals, it has been claimed.
A webinar by an Aberdeen organisation is to explore how people can grow their business.