An Aberdeen department store has celebrated 35 years in business.
Aberdeen retailers are going through a “turbulent time”, an enterprise chief has said, following the closure of a city centre shop.
Employees at a north-east business organisation are donning their running shoes in support of a cancer charity.
Bosses of the Christmas Village have reassured councillors visitor numbers provided for last year’s event are accurate.
The boss of an Aberdeen business group has issued another “call for walls” to act as blank canvases for an arts festival.
Under the scheme, the applications says part of the Atholl House building on Guild Street will be demolished to allow for a mixed-use development – which could include student accommodation, a hotel, retail and food and drink premises.
Free evening parking has been introduced in city centre car parks in a bid to “extend the day”.
The judges for the Evening Express Retailer Awards 2018 can be revealed today.
Drivers could soon park for free after 5pm at four major Aberdeen city centre car parks, the Evening Express can reveal today.
A business boss today said more people need to be encouraged to live in the city centre after figures showed Aberdeen had some of the lowest shop closure rates in Scotland.
A north-east business organisation has won two accolades at an awards ceremony in London.
Three acclaimed comics have been announced as part of the line-up of a popular festival.
Aberdeen councillors have pledged £80,000 towards a scheme geared at revitalising the city’s night-time economy.
A popular Aberdeen street art festival has revealed its first artist for 2018.
The number of people visiting Aberdeen’s official Christmas celebration fell by more than 115,000 in the space of 12 months.
Pubs and clubs in Aberdeen are being offered the chance to stay open an extra hour for a right royal knees up.
Councillors have agreed to provide £100,000 which will help bring an award-winning street art festival to the city for the next three years.
An Aberdeen shopping centre is bringing a touch of sparkle to the city centre.
Aberdeen Inspired boss says ‘no room for complacency’ as ambitious board aims to continue can-do attitude
The man who swapped catching criminals for championing businesses says he is "sick fed up of Aberdeen playing second fiddle to the Central Belt".
Businesses have praised a street art festival for reinvigorating part of the city centre and boosting visitors.
A business chief today said Aberdeen should not be settling for second best.
BREAK-INS and car thefts in Aberdeen have dropped by around 20%.