Monday, February 26th, 2018
Speech Graphics enters new markets
A Scottish software firm is using its lip sync technology to give virtual customer service avatars more emotion.
Street vendors on the rise
Eventbrite has carried out research that has revealed that the UK is indeed a nation of food and drink lovers.
SNP says more needed
Jeremy Corbyn outlined Labour’s support for a new customs union with the EU, setting out a clear difference to the government on Brexit policy.
Reach emerging brands
Where The Trade Buys, a leading printing firm and supplier of roller banners, has emphasised the importance of reaching out to emerging brands.
Ways to prepare for a cut
With more than 170,000km of electricity cables now needing to be maintained across the UK, power outrages is something that has to be tolerated from time to time. Is your business prepared?
Fairtrade Fortnight survey
Almost half of Scottish shoppers are put off buying ethical products because they believe they are too expensive, new research has revealed.
Signature buys seven outlets
Signature Pub Group boss Nic Wood has acquired seven outlets from the Speratus Group run by his brother Garreth.
Unit cost announced
The Scottish government is recommending a 50p minimum unit price for alcohol.
Land acquired for £2.75m
Ediston Property Investment Company has acquired seven acres of development land in Haddington
Switch for publisher
BQ, the business media group, is scrapping its quarterly magazine to refocus around digital publishing.