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Leap Automation planning major expansion in team and tech

Aberdeen based technology company aiming to use multi-million-pound investment to combat labour shortages and drive efficiencies.

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New facility for Guala Closures

A state-of-the-art £36m superfactory will secure the Scottish future of a company crucial to the whisky industry.

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KubeNet increases in size following office relocation and growth plans

Glasgow based managed services provider and business telecoms company KubeNet has grown substantially after moving to larger premises and is celebrating new contract wins with clients across the UK and globally following support from Scottish Enterprise.

Graeme Brown, Aberdeen City Council, Claire Keenan, Grant Keenan, Keenan Recycling. Photo credit Norman Adams, Aberdeen City Council.

Keenan trials first-of-its-kind hybrid vehicle in Aberdeen

National food waste recycling business, Keenan Recycling have launched a trial of its novel hybrid vehicle in Aberdeen, following grant support from Scottish Enterprise.

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International trade opportunities on the menu for Scottish exporters

Global gathering in Scotland’s capital city

John Maynard, CEO, Adarma

Adarma receives £2m grant to drive job creation and boost R&D efforts

Adarma, the UK’s largest independent cyber threat management company, is delighted to be awarded a £2 million grant from Scotland’s national economic development agency, Scottish Enterprise. 

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Scottish firm develops world’s fastest industrial scale batch reactor to revolutionise chemical industry

Support from Scottish Enterprise and Business Gateway has supported chemical engineering firm Process Technology Strategic Consultancy to develop and test technology that could transform chemical production.

Suzanne Sosna, director of economic opportunities, Scottish Enterprise

Can you rise to the green heat hub grand challenge?

Scottish Enterprise has launched a Green Heat Hub Grand Challenge to encourage innovation around the green heat solutions of the future, from heat pumps to battery technology, that will lead to the creation of a centre and focal point for collaboration.

Shuttle Buses trustees (L-R) Danny Armstrong, Kevin Hamilton, Ralph Leishman of 4Consulting, Chairman David Granger, MD Ross Granger and Mark Stranaghan

North Ayrshire bus firm gives all employees a company stake

Kilwinning-based Shuttle Buses has become employee-owned, giving all 70 employees a stake in the business as the current MD plans for his eventual retirement

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Scotland’s space sector set to become greenest on Earth

Ambitious plans unveiled to reduce sector’s environmental impact with publication of new Scottish Space Sustainability Roadmap

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Asia Pacific Region in Scottish food and drink firms’ sights

Export opportunities at major trade events

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Scottish Development International-supported exporters to deliver £1bn boost to Scotland’s economy

Scottish products and services remain in global demand