Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC) hosts its 21st Annual Dinner tonight (13 November). A true reflection of Scotland, the event will have businesses of all sizes and sectors, and in her speech, SCC Chair, Nora Senior, will champion the need for...
Join West Lothian Women in Business for an evening of…. Gifts, Glamour & Glitz We will have a wide range of stalls with some fantastic gift options to help you kickstart your Christmas shopping (if you haven’t started already!
Linlithgow Journal & Gazette 'Confidence high but profits low' Linlithgow Journal & Gazette Steady increases in confidence, from the third quarter of last year to the same quarter this year, point to "stabilising business conditions in Scotland"...
Forty new jobs could be created at the newest addition to the redevelopment of Armadale.
Marston’s Inns and Taverns have secured a site at Southdale, formerly the Armadale Station Development.
Southdale is one of Scotland’s largest regeneration projects, situated on a former opencast brownfield site to the south of Armadale, within the Armadale Core Development Area (CDA). The CDA seeks to create a sustainable community of up to 2000 houses and 35 hectares of employment land.
Network ROI marks 10 year anniversary by becoming employee-owned A dynamic Scottish technology services provider, Network ROI, is looking at a bright future by becoming employee-owned. Network ROI was established in 2003 and is a technology...
Home Energy UK, based in Livingston, has the deal with one of the UK’s top five energy providers to carry out loft insulations, cavity wall insulations and boiler replacements in homes across Scotland.
"Footwear group schuh is to create a further 50 jobs in Scotland over the next five years in a new European distribution centre.
The expansion follows continued growth of the chain, which opened its first shop in Edinburgh in 1981 and was sold to US shoe giant Genesco in June 2011 for more than £100 million.
Schuh has acquired 245,000 square feet of warehouse space in the J4M8 complex in Bathgate, which will become its new distribution hub next summer when it moves from its 50,000 square feet centre in Livingston."
What is Mentoring? The Chamber Mentoring programme is a FREE service supporting businesses looking to grow by matching them up with an experienced mentor: someone capable of helping to move you and your business to the next level.
No-one wants to be involved in court disputes. It's a waste of time, money and energy. So, what do you do when you're in dispute but don't necessarily want to rush headlong into a potentially drawn out court action?
The Chamber Business Skills seminars are delivered for members by members and will cover key topics essential to every business’s success such as; Business Skills , Social Media, Problem Solving & Communications Skills, Health & Wellness for Business,...
Official figures have shown that unemployment in Scotland fell by 1,000 in the three months to June and that the number of people in work rose by 13,000. Commenting, Liz Cameron, Chief Executive of Scottish Chambers of Commerce, said:...
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