Updates: Brightwater; Clynelish distillery; Apps Central
Brightwater co-founder Roger Green and managing director Rich Rankin
Brightwater flowing nicely
Musselburgh-based retail water supplier Brightwater has passed £4.75m in contracted revenues after its third year of trading.
The company, which provides water and waste water services to businesses and other non-domestic customers, increased its contracted revenues by more than £1.6m in the last 12 months and is currently managing more than 3,600 commercial premises across Scotland.
Clynelish distillery plan backed
A plan to transform the Clynelish Distillery visitor experience has secured planning permission from Highland Council. Work is now expected to begin on the expansion.
Clynelish has had a long association with Diageo-owned Johnnie Walker and the plans are part of a £150m investment in Scotch whisky tourism.
Apps Central first
Perth-based school app pioneer Apps Central, whose software has transformed communications in more than 600 UK schools, has signed a milestone agreement with East Ayrshire Council, its first UK local authority partner.
The deal agreed will see the “edtech” company provide 65 tailored smartphone and smartpad apps for use in all the authority’s primary, secondary and nursery schools.