A husband and wife team have worked together to bring salt-making back to Scotland by using the country’s only graduation tower.
The UK’s new trading relationship with the EU means that businesses are able to seize new opportunities as we strike trade deals with the world’s fastest growing markets.
The SNP has described increased Brexit-related red tape as an "unmitigated disaster" with Scottish companies among hundreds that have rushed to establish operations in the EU since January 1, taking valuable jobs with them.
Prezzo at Marischal Square will close permanently in another blow for Aberdeen's city centre.
London and the South East have received five times more Government funding for start-ups than the North and Midlands, according to analysis by Labour.
Regular rapid-result coronavirus testing is to be made available more widely to employees who are continuing to travel to work during the lockdown, the Government has announced.
Chancellor Rishi Sunak said he wants to provide “breathing space” for businesses struggling during the pandemic by giving them more time to make the first repayment on Government support loans.
The next Scottish government is being urged to pause plans including the “tourist tax” on hotel rooms and the regulation of short-term holiday lets.
A new website, launched on Wednesday for businesses in the wedding industry sector to apply for government funding, was hit by a series of technical problems within minutes of going live.
The way we do business with the EU has changed. Many firms are already adapting to the new rules and making plans for the future. If your business has not introduced changes, it is not too late. But you must act now! This is what you need to do.
Offshore Europe organisers pushing on with event, say it’s unlikely to be derailed by use of P&J Live as vaccination centre
The north-east has been dealt a significant boost after organisers of a huge oil and gas conference confirmed it is still on track to go ahead as planned later this year.
A north-east university is offering a fully-funded short course which will provide creatives with a raft of business support.
Aberdeenshire businesses urged to apply for new discretionary fund as council pays out £1.2 million in business support
Aberdeenshire Council is hoping to support more than 800 small businesses across the region following the setup of a discretionary fund that includes a grant of up to £2,000.
Scottish ministers have announced plans to develop “green ports” as an alternative model to the freeports being set up by the UK Government in the wake of Brexit.
Boris Johnson is holding talks with business leaders on Monday to look at making the UK more competitive post-Brexit, and better able to deal with the economic aftermath of the Covid-19 crisis.
For many workers, one of the key benefits of their job is the option of a company car.
Significant parts of Scotland’s economy will face “worsening conditions” before coronavirus restrictions are eased later this year, business leaders have warned.
A new fund designed to help businesses during the Covid-19 crisis had to be closed within just 24 hours after being inundated with bids for cash, MSPs have been told.
Scottish businesses are more optimistic about the future that at any time since the coronavirus pandemic began, according to the Royal Bank of Scotland.
Scotland’s Brexit Secretary accused the UK Government of having imposed “extra burdens” on businesses at a time of “unprecedented challenge”.
Boris Johnson has risked inflaming a constitutional row over Covid support cash by suggesting Nicola Sturgeon is delaying financial help for businesses.
Business groups have welcomed new Government grants for retail, hospitality and leisure firms but warned the move is “not enough” without further support measures.
More help is needed for businesses that rely on Hogmanay celebrations to bring in much of their cash, Labour has said.
EU ambassadors have given provisional approval for Britain’s post-Brexit trade deal to be implemented from January 1.
Relief, then, seems to be the main takeaway from the yuletide agreement between the EU and UK, hopefully preventing chaos on January 1 for business, trade and the economy.
A Conservative former cabinet minister has urged the Government to prioritise small businesses after the country’s recovery from Covid-19.
A Brexit deal with the EU is “essential” to help avoid the “looming cliff edge” of January 1, business groups have said.
Ministers are "very keen" to extend business rates relief in Scotland but any decision would be subject to an equivalent policy in England freeing up extra cash, the finance secretary has said.
A north-east university has showcased its role in supporting the region's public health priorities.
Some businesses could be pushed to the brink of collapse because of additional burdens caused by Brexit, Scotland’s Rural Economy Secretary has said.