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Talk Magazine

Talk is our business magazine designed to promote your business success. It profiles business leaders, includes thought-pieces as well as local business news. The magazine currently focuses on the Stirling and surrounding areas, including rural Stirling.
This quarterly publication is available in both print and digital format and provides a forum for businesses to share and promote their business success to other entrepreneurs and businesses across the Stirling area.

We’d be delighted to hear your news so please get in touch.

There are also opportunities to advertise your business.  Find out more here

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Stirling Careers and Jobs Event

Stirling Careers and Jobs Event. STEP, Stirling’s business support organisation, is hosting the fifth annual Stirling Careers and Jobs Event at the Albert Halls in Stirling on Thursday 14 May 2015, between 10am and 4pm.
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Business Gateway spring workshops help plant seeds of success

Business Gateway spring workshops help plant seeds of success. Spring has sprung and Business Gateway’s latest workshop programme aims to help local businesses plant the seeds of success.
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Former scientist draws pattern for business success

A former cancer geneticist has used her meticulous eye for detail to set up a business that has grown out of the garden shed and into its own retail outlet – and could now go global thanks to a new e-commerce site.
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SME Part-funded Internships available!

The University of Stirling presently has 10 internships available over the summer. Many businesses are unaware for the benefits of hiring an intern. We have seen many businesses benefit from participating in schemes such as the Santander Universities SME Internship Programme.Benefits have included:
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Local conserve makers success spreads throughout throughout Forth Valley

When Jennifer McEwan decided to try her hand at making chilli ‘jam’ little did she realise it would lead to the establishment of her own business which has just secured its first five stockists. The 39-year-old, from Stirling, launched The Wee Kitchen Company in March last year after seeking advice from her local Business Gateway office.
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