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Alex Robson and Howard Raymond have seen their King of Soho gin brand grow exponentially since launching in 2013, as Bryce Wilcock reports.
Aberdein Considine has completed a multimillion pound expansion and created more than 100 new jobs as it looks to enhance its range of property, legal and financial services across Scotland.
Lancashire-based language service provider, Language Insight, is experiencing rapid growth after establishing a new HQ in Lancashire, opening an office in New York and receiving the ISO 27001 accreditation for their information security management systems.
Durham tech start-up honcho has confirmed it will look to recruit up to 15 new members of staff in the next 12 months as the company prepares for the official launch of its app.
A total of 230 businesses have been recognised in the Queens Awards for Enterprise, which celebrates some of the best businesses in the country.
This year, businesses from across the UK were recognised for their contribution in four categories: international trade, innovation, sustainable development and promoting opportunity.
Men’s fashion brand LUKE 1977 is set to become the official kit designer for Aston Villa FC in a first of its kind deal for English football.
Mechatherm International has created 20 jobs after securing a £25 million order from Bahrain, with support from the Department for International Trade (DIT).