23,600 Scottish hospitality jobs on the line if social distancing guidelines are not re-examined new study reveals.
Scotland’s salmon industry is world-renowned and worth some 550m per year in exports. Will new EU regulations kill the sector?
Scotland’s SMEs employ millions and account for most of the country’s commercial success. There are also some great new funding options available.
According to a new survey from the Fraser of Allander Institute, the economic research think tank at the University of Strathclyde, 33% of Scottish firms believe Brexit has had a negative impact on investment and recruitment.
The Scottish government has been urged to make improving digital infrastructure a priority to help boost the number of business startups in rural areas.
This year’s Amazon Academies programme kicked off in style this week, as the global tech firm gathered Scottish SME owners together in Glasgow to provide free, practical advice on ways to scale their ventures through ecommerce and exports.
When starting a business, how much of a difference does it really make where you are based? Real Business takes a look at what it’s like to get entrepreneurial in Glasgow and how SMEs can use the power of digital to reach customers around the world.
Scotland’s digital transformation continues with a quick pace, giving it the right infrastructure to become a gigabit nation.
When Simon Coughlin and Mark Reynier took a punt and bought the historic Bruichladdich whiskey distillery on Islay in 2002 they couldn’t have imagined the roller-coaster journey they’d go on.
Using data from January to March 2017, Which? was able to identify the cities that suffered most from slow broadband – and it doesn’t look good for Scotland.
The experiences and lessons learned by market-leading businesses speaking at Amazon Academy in Edinburgh showcased the country’s entrepreneurial talent and demonstrated future enterprise growth potential.
For existing small retail businesses, Scottish SMEs and tech startups, or entrepreneurs thinking of taking the plunge and starting their own business, using a global digital and physical infrastructure like Amazon’s is a quick way to grow and succeed.