News and Events

The Working4Business partnership is delighted to present the area’s annual Business Week, a week packed with events aimed at inspiring and supporting new and established businesses in West Dunbartonshire. West Dunbartonshire Business Week offers a broad range of seminars and workshops covering many important issues for the local economy. The Working4Business Partnership is keen ...

Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce has been awarded the Ministry of Defence’s ERS Silver Award; the second highest accolade for supporting the Armed Forces community. An official ceremony was attended by Damon Scott, Chief Executive, Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce, at Edinburgh Castle recently where the Chamber and other Scottish recipients were presented with their awards ...

A new report has placed Clyde shopping centre in the top 50 the UK. The report by GlobalData, which surveyed 5,000 shoppers in the UK for their ratings looked at turnover, size and footfall. Damon Scott, Chief Executive of Dunbartonshire Chamber of Commerce, said: “It is really encouraging to hear that one of our members, Clyde Shopping Centre, has been ranked in the top 50 sho ...

Following a number of high profile data breaches including the recent issues with BA's system Chamber Member, Columbus UK, provide an insight into their very own system designed to help small and medium sized business avoid suffering the same fate.  BA suffers significant data breach The recent data breach that occurred at British Airways showed that even the biggest of compani ...

Emma Armstrong was recently announced as “Scottish Women’s Awards Professional of the Year”, after developing B-ABLE into a highly successful multi award-winning business.

Chamber members and directors joined hosts at Peel Ports, Clydeport for an opportunity to have a behind the scenes tour and lunch on board the Royal Princess cruise liner. Clydeport are more than just a provider of first-class facilities and services. They also offer customers integrated transport solutions tailored to their individual needs. The world-class facilities and exce ...

Scotland’s Food and Drink Sector is worth more than £13.5 billion annually and supports 115,000 jobs via 17,000 businesses. The drinks industry leads the way with Scotch whisky now accounting for more than 20% of all UK food and drink exports.

A Dunbartonshire business has been transformed from a one-man, home-based enterprise, to a company that employs 4 staff at new premises in just 2 years.

Skills Development Scotland (SDS) approved training provider, The Tell Organisation, delivers fully funded Digital Marketing Diploma’s to Scottish based businesses. 

Clyde Shopping Centre in Clydebank is among the 43 best green businesses in Scotland chosen as finalists for the VIBES – Scottish Environment Business Awards in recognition of their commitment to tackling environmental challenges.