Chase de Vere, Bellpenny and Aberdein Considine have confirmed plans to open new offices in Glasgow.
The award highlights the amazing talent in Scottish gaming industry.
The Home Office has recently announced changes to the Immigration Rules which will affect individuals coming to Scotland for business purposes, and in particular, Business visitors, Entrepreneurs and Investors.
Agenor Technology reveals their plans to expand.
Find out about Scotland’s thriving Life Sciences sector and learn how you can develop a rewarding career here. Join us at the BCF Career Event in Amsterdam on the 21 May 2015.
Scotland’s insurance market is diversifying, creating a host of opportunities for motivated professionals with strong people skills looking to explore new career paths in this exciting sector.
Tag Games plans to double its headcount after its recent expansion.
The number of digital companies has grown by a third in three years.
Cellexus chose Scotland because to our status as an international life sciences hub.
The global information assurance firm will be recruiting across the UK, including in Scotland.
The company will be hiring skilled staff for its European Technology Centre over the next three years.
Just why is Scotland’s finance sector booming, and what career opportunities has this created within the industry? We spoke to Owen Kelly, Chief Executive of Scottish Financial Enterprise, to find out.
From 6 April 2015 the Home Office will no longer be accepting applications for extensions of Tier 1 (General) visas.
Find out about Edinburgh's thriving technology sector and learn how you can develop a rewarding career here. Come along to this evening event in London on 26 March.
The Dundee-based games maker plans to hire more staff after a recent investment.
The ambitious Dundee mobile app developer plans to expand in 2015.
The Swiss banking software company hopes to eventually have 500 staff in Scotland.
The technology giant is expanding its workforce at its Highland centre.
The centre will ultimately support around 260 staff, including academic clinical researchers, industry partners and support staff.
The biotech firm’s North Lanarkshire lab is set to become a hub for immuno-cell therapy research.
FanDuel is opening their second office in Scotland after a record year.
77 per cent of research in Scottish institutions has been graded as world-leading or internationally excellent according to a new UK report.
The company will be hiring staff to work on mobile technology to enhance safety and health in the oil and gas sector.
The almost £500 million investment will boost Scotland’s oil and gas sector.
FanDuel will work with the NBA to launch a series of new games.
The Edinburgh-based company plans to take on 15 extra staff within the next six months.
The project will generate £323 million for the Scottish economy.
The life sciences campus has been awarded approximately £500,000 to support business creation activity.
The company plans to increase staff after securing two orders worth a total of more than £2 million.
The company employs 4,000 people, most of these in Scotland.
4J Studios is looking to grow its staff at premises in Dundee and East Linton.
Geniac, a business services centre that offers accounting, legal, HR and insurance services to SMEs, is to take on over 385 skilled workers over the next three years.
Dr O’Neil founder and CEO of NovaBiotics, the Aberdeen-based, clinical-stage biotechnology company has been named EY UK Health Products & Services Entrepreneur of the Year 2014.
The report suggests that new talent will be needed to capitalise on this opportunity.
The travel search engine company has been called "one of the best technology companies ever to come out of Europe".
MGB Biopharma secures £4.0 million to develop a new antibacterial drug.
The engineering firm's new technology centre will be completed by spring 2015.
The Scottish oil and gas firm is embarking on a new £10 million expansion project.
The jobs will be at their new global delivery centre, which will focus on customer experience and technology innovation.
The company is expanding its Scottish IT and customer management divisions.
Across 2013/2014 J.P. Morgan's Global Wealth Management (GWM) line of business embarked on an ambitious plan to expand their technology footprint in the Glasgow location.
Talented software developers at J.P.Morgan's Centre of Excellence in Glasgow push the boundaries.
Simon Thompson, Chief Executive of the Chartered Banker Institute, shares his thoughts on why Scotland plays an important role in the global financial sector.