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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.


Golden Jubilee Foundation Gala Day – please help us to say THANK YOU! The Golden Jubilee Foundation - home to the Golden Jubilee National Hospital, Research Institute, Innovation Centre and the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel - is holding a Gala Day on Sunday 2 September 2018 to celebrate the 70th Anniversary of the NHS in Scotland. The aim of this fun-packed day is to say than ...

Dunbartonshire Chamber recently hosted a national forum of Chamber of Commerce Chief Executives at the Golden Jubilee Conference Hotel. CEO's from across Scotland attended from as far afield as Inverness, Dundee and the Scottish Borders.

The latest Scottish Chambers of Commerce’s Quarterly Economic Indicator survey sees Scottish businesses displaying continued resilience, however, in an uncertain policy and business environment, the results show that expectations are weakening in some sectors. 

More than 300 ambitious entrepreneurs and well-established businesses flocked to 25 inspirational events in East Dunbartonshire recently. The inaugural East Dunbartonshire Business Week – which took place between 14-18 May – has been declared a resounding success. There were inspirational speeches from guests including broadcaster and author Sally Magnusson and Celtic Connectio ...