A project launched 10 years ago to regenerate the former J+B whisky bottling plant at Dumbarton has created 718 full-time equivalent (FTE) jobs and £365 million for the region’s economy.
News and Events
LEADING ECONOMIST IMPRESSES AT BUSINESS BREAKFAST
One of the country’s leading experts on the Scottish economy impressed guests at a recent business breakfast event.
Barriers to SME Success
Synopsis of part one of research commissioned by Chamber member, Basics and Beyond Ltd, and undertaken by Business Studies students at Strathclyde University.
Stress in the Workplace
Chamber member, Stepping Stones, provides an introduction to workplace stress, its impact in the workplace and what measures can be taken to tackle it.
Clyde Training Solutions Showcase & Chamber AGM 2017
Marine and offshore training specialists Clyde Training Solutions gave local business leaders a chance to tour their new state-of-the-art facility, when they hosted the Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce AGM. Damon Scott, Chief Executive, Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce praised the multi-million pound hub and its positive impact on the local community. He said: “The AGM an ...
Community Publication Set to Celebrate First Anniversary
The Clydesider community magazine celebrates its first anniversary this autumn and its refreshing ‘positive news’ ethos is a hit with both local readers and advertisers.
Developing Young Workforce
Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) is a Scottish Government initiative created to encourage and support employers to engage with schools and colleges to recruit more young people into their workforce.
New Electronic Fire and Safety Hub at New College Lanarkshire
New College Lanarkshire’s Kirkintilloch Campus has undergone a complete refurbishment of its existing facilities to provide a specialist hub for its Electronic Fire and Security offering.
Have Your Say: East Dunbartonshire Economic Development Strategy
East Dunbartonshire Economic Strategy Consultation: Your suggestions will contribute to a re-draft and finalisation of the Economic Development Strategy that will be in place until 2020.
Canal Festival Goes with a Bang
Thousands of people took part in the 2017 celebration of everything nautical and nice, with highlights including the Saturday evening concert and fireworks, Water Rollerz, Zoolab, canoeing, archery, climbing wall, stone-carving sessions, boat trips, bubbleologist, roller disco, nostalgic tea dance and more. Gala Sunday included classic cars, market stalls, meet the pirates, si ...
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I would highly recommend chamber membership to any Dunbartonshire business. The chamber works hard to make connections and generate profile for its members and SHBT have enjoyed a number of benefits over the years.Elizabeth Mackay, SHBT