Business Support Jennifer McArthur STRILING BUSINESS MONTH 2019 STEP’s support events have become the backbone of business learning in Stirling over the last three decades,
Vicky Murphy, HR Manager at STEP has some advice on how to implement flexible working in your business.
Stirling’s popular Landtrain begins a new and extended route this weekend covering more of the city and its attractions.
Former bereavement counsellor Laurie Neil has opened her new
business Fitness Garage at Stirling Enterprise Park.
Formerly occupied by Good Green Fun, Stirling’s children’s charity shop has reopened as Babes in the Wood. Located in Unit 32 of STEP’s Stirling Enterprise Park, the community shop sells preloved children’s clothing, toys & equipment at low cost to the general public.a
Over 350 individuals from various business industries attended 21 events throughout Stirling Business Month.
A radio DJ is set to present his daytime show from Stirling’s popular Landtrain next week in a campaign aimed at promoting the city and its attractions.
A Stirling firm has been selected to showcase its award-winning giftware at an event backed by entrepreneur Theo Paphitis
Name: Penny Hallidie
Job Title: Owner, Oakbank Massage Therapy
A local businesswoman fought off stiff competition from nearly 30 companies based throughout Forth Valley to be crowned the winner of Business Gateway Forth Valley’s HEAT 18.
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