A Scottish family firm is leading the way on low-emission vehicles after taking delivery of the UK’s first Renault Zoe electric van.
Staff at Stirling-based duct cleaning specialists Perfect Service Solutions will use the van to travel around Scotland and Northern England meeting clients and carrying out site visits.
To all of our tenants, clients, staff and partner organisations, a COVID-19 operational update from STEP.
Stirling Books has been Highly Commended in the Scotland Loves Local campaign’s High Street Heroes Awards.
Scotland’s specialist Perthshire-based enterprise support organisation GrowBiz has launched the first rural gift card of its kind which can be used in outlets across Scotland.
Following on from the recent launch of the REDS directory – the first comprehensive directory of Scotland’s rural and island businesses – the REDS rural gift card is designed to channel consumer spending directly into Scotland’s rural and island towns and villages in a bid to
support and promote the rural economy.
Applications are now open for Scene Stirling’s first Digital Commissions scheme.
Five successful local candidates will be awarded a £1500 bursary and receive three month’s expert training to help them transform their creative practice through digital.
During lockdown we have seen many of the benefits of working from home, wearing comfy’s all day being a personal favourite, our local businesses have been telling us they are missing the connection of face-to-face discussions, productive planning and workshop sessions. – we hear you loud and clear!
In January 2019, when we launched our shared space little did we know just over a year later our world of business space would be flipped on it’s head!
To put it plainly collaborative marketing is a strategy that involves working with similar companies to reach new customers, minimise costs and increase sales.
As Stirling Business Month draws to a close, it’s a good opportunity to look back
at our first fully virtual month and reflect on what we learnt.
“Nothing ever becomes real ’til it is experienced.” (John Keats)
When you started out in business, what did you do first? You probably considered what products and services you would offer, how to make and deliver them, your pricing structure, and maybe how you would market them.
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