Daily Business is part of the Daily Business Group (DBG), an integrated media and business services company established in Scotland by a former Sunday Times and Scotsman journalist and focused on Scottish business and political news.
DBG comprises the Daily Business news website Daily Business Magazine, featuring comment, analysis, the arts and lifestyle issues, and DB Media Services which offers communications strategy, photography, copywriting, design and media training.
Daily Business Ltd, the registered company, was established in September 2014 and the Daily Business news website went live in November 2014.
Daily Business is designed as the go-to News Website for the modern, mobile generation of readers who want their news and opinion delivered in a convenient and immediate format. It provides breaking news, opinion and interviews 7 days a week and is available via PC, laptop and mobile devices.
Daily Business aims to achieve the highest editorial standards in accordance with general conduct, ethical practice and journalistic integrity. Comments on articles are monitored and, where necessary, moderated.
It focuses on a broad range of business, political, economics, sports, consumer, money, arts and lifestyle issues from a Scottish perspective.
The readership is focused in the main Scottish population centres and in London. There is also significant pick up overseas on key issues.
Daily Business continues to establish itself as an influential provider of business, enterprise and lifestyle news. The rolling 30-day visitor numbers are about 45,000 and the number of page views between 60,000 and 70,000. Visitor numbers peak during the working week.
News and opinion
Daily Business welcomes news contributions from readers as well as submissions from public relations consultants and agencies.
Unsolicited articles are likely to command a charge. Contributors have the option of including branding or display advertising for an agreed period. See DB Media Services for details.
Daily Business promotes its news and services through Facebook, LinkedIn and Twitter, thereby reaching many more readers. It is also promoted through news aggregating sites which search the world’s leading news websites. The twitter account is @1DailyBusiness
How to use the website
Articles are grouped together to help readers access the information they want. The main breaking news/opinion of the day will feature in the top section and cascades into the lower analysis and topic boxes as new information is loaded to the site.
The categories are chosen to reflect major topics of interest, such as Appointments, Media, Money and Property. Many of these can be accessed from the Main Menu below the titlepiece. Clicking on the coloured category icons will pull up all stories in that category. Double clicking on the Daily Business titlepiece will refresh the page.
Some items, such as Consumer, Enterprise, Property and Scotland news, are sub-categorised. In the main menu click on the main item to find the drop down list of sub-categories.
Daily Business welcomes comments from readers on any subject. Each item has a comment section and, in common with most news websites, these comments are moderated before publication. Comments also appear on social media sites and are beyond the control or responsibility of Daily Business.
Daily Business welcomes comments about the site or other services including suggestions for change or new features.
Editor and Director
Daily Business Ltd
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