Electronics firm Semefab invests £1.25m in Fife site
A Glenrothes electronics company is set to inject £1.25 million into its operations to extend its reach into markets for microscopic devices used in everything from printers and mobile phones to medical technology, cars and industrial manufacturing.
Watchdog calls on BT to spin off Openreach division
Rival companies and analysts gave a cautious welcome to the telecoms regulator’s decision yesterday to order BT to legally separate from its Openreach business, which runs the UK’s broadband infrastructure.
Edinburgh must build appeal to tech firms, says property chief
Edinburgh has great potential to build on its status as a location for globally recognised tech firms, but faces obstacles including a lack of both suitable office space and workers, according to the chairman of the Scottish Property Federation.
Jim Duffy: the importance of giving people a chance
I’m heading to lunch today in Glasgow. Glasgow? I’m reminded of a top entrepreneur who once said to me that Glasgow makes the money, while Edinburgh banks it. I’m not sure what to read into that one, but I’m sure you will have an opinion. Mind you, I thought Aberdeen was an economic titan at one time … not to mention the mighty Ullapool.
Scotland attracted more foreign direct investment (FDI) projects in 2015 than ever before, with major global players, including Apple Inc, JP Morgan and the Webhelp Group all making significant investments.