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Finding the right solution

There are several finance options available to licensees FINANCE is the lifeblood of business but it’s no secret that times have been tough for many...

Major funding for whisky firm

THE company behind single malt whiskies Old Pulteney, Balblair and anCnoc is set for major expansion after gaining access to £45 million in funding...

The public way to raise finance

There are now several Scottish examples of businesses using crowdfunding IN business finance terms, crowdfunding is a fairly recent phenomenon. The idea of coming up with...

Loyalty pays off

THE Glasgow-based firm behind loyalty app Swiipi secured a £500,000 grant from Scottish Enterprise last month. The company was awarded the funding through the Scottish...

Licensees take aim at rate levels

Operators across Scotland have been rocked by the draft rateable values THE release of new draft rateable values has sent shockwaves through the licensed trade,...

Time for change?

The Barclay review group will present its findings to Scottish ministers in July THE business rates system will be put under the magnifying glass later...

Trade braced for business rates hit

Many operators set for a sting when new values go live on April 1 FROM this April, Scottish businesses will see changes to their non-domestic...

Time for Holyrood to step in on rates

STA calls for freeze on implementation until Barclay group reports By Dave Hunter & Matthew Lynas OPERATORS, trade groups and local councillors are imploring the Scottish...

Challenging a high rates bill

Specialists weigh in on what on-trade operators can do MANY operators across the Scottish trade are facing a serious hike in non-domestic rates this spring,...

Keep it real with new cash app

A NEW app designed to give operators greater ‘real-time’ visibility of their business’s cash has been launched. Cashmaster Connect, the new management information app from...

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