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  • Gig economy set to make big noises.

    Gig economy set to make big noises.

    Monday 17th July 2017

    T in the Park organiser Geoff Ellis of DF Concerts reckons the landscape of Scottish festivals could be in line for a major overhaul.

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  • These girls have recipe for success.

    These girls have recipe for success.

    Monday 5th June 2017

    I’ve always believed that entrepreneurial spirit is a calling - and I was delighted to read that it has taken a more literal turn for two young bakers in Argyle.

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  • Invest in tech and farms will be cash cows.

    Invest in tech and farms will be cash cows.

    Monday 29th May 2017

    Scotland’s agricultural heritage goes back more than 6,000 years and has been formed by generations of hard-working farming communities.

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  • Trade deals dont stop for politics

    Trade deals dont stop for politics

    Monday 22nd May 2017

    In amongst all of the recent General Election hubbub, you’d be forgiven for missing several significant developments on the trade front.

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  • No need to fear march of robots.

    No need to fear march of robots.

    Monday 15th May 2017

    Over the last 20 years, I’ve learned that the best businesses are the ones that move with the times.

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  • Our future depends on their ideas.

    Our future depends on their ideas.

    Monday 8th May 2017

    It’s not often that entrepreneurs get to go back to the classroom, but we could all do with brushing up on our skills - every day is a school day, as they say.

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  • Buckle Up...Its skyway robbery at our airports.

    Buckle Up...Its skyway robbery at our airports.

    Monday 1st May 2017

    I’ve slammed unnecessary airport charges for drivers before in this column – Edinburgh Airport being a prime offender last year – but it appears the sky is now the limit.

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  • Graffiti fest has made my spray

    Graffiti fest has made my spray

    Monday 24th April 2017

    The first word that comes to mind when someone says graffiti to me is vandalism – but the times they are a-changing.

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  • High Street misery but help on way.

    High Street misery but help on way.

    Monday 17th April 2017

    With the depressing news that a total of 366 stores closed across Scotland in 2016, last week was not a positive one for our businesses.

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  • Strapped in for the Brexit Rollercoaster.

    Strapped in for the Brexit Rollercoaster.

    Monday 10th April 2017

    Looking back over the past year, Scottish business has been on a bit of a roller-coaster bobbing up and down throughout the year – and we could really do with a more predictable ride amid sustained Brexit and indyref2 uncertainty.

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