Shed MEDIA, the television group behind TV hits such as Waterloo Road, Supernanny, Who do You Think You Are, New Tricks and Bad Girls has today announced that, in early 2009, it is to open its first Scottish office within the new Digital Media Quarter (DMQ) at Glasgow’s Pacific Quay
Scottish Enterprise Chief Executive, Jack Perry, will address over 20 directors from the Fife business community on Thursday 9 October, at an Institute of Directors dinner being held at the Fairmont St Andrews Hotel.
‘From Scotland with Love’ will showcase cutting edge collections from Scottish fashion and interiors designers during Tokyo Design Week
More than 50 Scottish companies and designers will visit Japan to showcase their latest fashion and interiors collections and collaborations at the Tokyo Design Week which will be held from 29 October until 3 November 2008 at Ayoyama and Omotesando Hills.
Aquaculture, commonly known as fish farming in the industry, first took off in Scotland in the 1970s and produces around 200,000 tonnes of fish and shellfish annually. It is valued at over £467 million in production and is listed in the world league table of food production as the fastest growing sector.
This year’s business-focused programme includes expert input from local, national and international speakers who will offer valuable advice to help you develop your potential and realise opportunities in the business tourism marketplace.
The next generation of Hoover vacuum cleaners will be unveiled this autumn with a brand new TV commercial as part of an extensive launch campaign. The activity will highlight the core benefits of the high efficiency system and the numerous consumer benefits offered by the three different vacuum cleaner designs - Slalom, Freedom and Xarion.
Edinburgh-based Alba Bioscience announced a major investment today (Tuesday 16 September 2008) to create and secure 16 high value research and development jobs and support the development of novel technologies in life science diagnostics.