Stirling’s Business Improvement District is supporting the city’s shops and eateries with a colourful `We’re Open’ poster campaign.
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
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