BrewDog has grown from a microbrewer into one of the most dynamic drinks businesses in the UK. James Watt tells Peter Ranscombe how the brewer has managed to retain its punk ethos while employing more than 1,000 people.
Celebrating the entrepreneurial exporting achievements of businesses across Scotland, as part of a full 12 month international trade campaign.
Leah Hutcheon couldn’t find time to book a haircut and so she invented Appointedd, a piece of software that’s helped scores of small businesses to book appointments for their customers and which is now securing international deals, as Peter Ranscombe finds out.
Ten years after starting EdStart, MD and former professional rugby player Chris Irwin is rolling out a franchise programme to grow his business.
Jesmond leisurewear firm AIM Athleisure is setting up a manufacturing facility, bringing production of clothing back in-house so they can ‘Make it British’, thanks to help from the North East Manufacturing Growth Programme.
Automotive sector manufacturer John McGavigan took away the Scottish Exporter of the year award, at the HSBC Scottish Export Awards in association with Scottish Enterprise.
Richard Morris, chief executive of the UK’s leading provider of flexible workspace, Regus UK, explains why demand for its services is soaring.
At 80 years old, entrepreneur Peter Westerman has been full-circle in terms of Britain’s involvement with the EU. He tells BQ why it’s now more important than ever for British businesses to seize overseas opportunities.
Scotland’s distilleries and breweries export their drinks around the world, but many also value the importance of welcoming guests into their visitor centres so they can learn more about their favourite tipples.
The shortlist for the HSBC Scottish Export Awards in association with Scottish Enterprise has officially been announced, with more companies being nominated than ever before.