Latest Column Posts
Monday 26th September 2016
IT’S hugely important that we look after the Scottish business brains of tomorrow – and it all starts in the classroom.
Monday 19th September 2016
It’s pleasing to see that the entrepreneurial spirit is alive and well in Scotland – but not in the manner in which you might expect.
Monday 12th September 2016
We tend to get quite excited when it comes to technological advances these days.
Monday 5th September 2016
A Scottish Government report has ranked 7,000 areas of Scotland from most deprived to least – and it makes for unsettling reading, particularly for those looking to escape sweeping social statements.
Monday 29th August 2016
Back in February, I discussed the notion of ‘Womenomics’ in this column. It’s an idea founded on the belief that women’s pay will overtake men’s by 2020 – yet there is still evidently a long way to go.
Monday 22nd August 2016
Last week came the good news that the number of people in employment north of the border is on the rise.
Monday 22nd April 2013
Government ready to give teachers a lesson in economics?
Monday 15th April 2013
I’m sure I‘m among the hordes of Scots welcoming the end of winter and looking forward to the longer, warmer days of spring.
Monday 8th April 2013
Some say entrepreneurs are born.
Monday 1st April 2013
Our fair city of Glasgow is once again the centre of attention. I was delighted to hear that ‘the Dear Green Place’ has been shortlisted as one of only four cities that will compete to become Europe’s Green Capital in 2015.