Handmade glass pigs wearing sunglasses and filled with a gin cocktail are the latest innovation from award-winning giftware firm Angels’ Share Glass.
Stirling’s Business Improvement District has launched a range of activities to help city-based businesses recover from the COVID-19 crisis.
After the biggest community buyout in the UK was completed and Bannockburn House became publicly owned in 2017, a group of local volunteers have worked hard to make the project a success. Unfortunately, no one could have foreseen that in just two years, a pandemic like COVID-19 would put a halt to their ambitious plans.
Family-run Stirling Distillery, like everyone else, has seen their business be affected by the COVID-19 outbreak. But used to looking at the glass half full (of Gin obviously) the team saw an opportunity to diversify their business by making a much needed, in-demand product, hand sanitiser.
We’re already six-months into a year that feels like it never really got started, and what a whirlwind Coronavirus has caused! Working with property for
Stirling’s Business Improvement District, Go Forth has funded protective aids to keep Stirling Business traders and shoppers safe during the Covid-19 pandemic. The team at
A range of free online courses for Stirling’s business community has been launched on a training platform set up by the city’s Business Improvement District.
A facemask prototype that could help prevent the spread of coronavirus is being developed in a partnership involving the University of the West of Scotland
The COVID-19 outbreak has affected every business in Stirling. All of our tenants still have 24/7 access to their space and many are finding new
As more and more businesses across the UK and the globe begin to experience the immediate economic impact of the coronavirus crisis, controlling cash flow
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