The global blockchain supply market is expected to grow from $145 million in 2018 to $3.314 billion in 2023. Due to the complexity and significant lack of transparency of current supply chains, there is a growing interest in how blockchains might transform the oil and gas supply chain and logistics industry.
The construction industry in Scotland is growing inexorably, especially in the North east of Scotland where the demand for workforce in the construction sector continues to increase rapidly.
The recent announcement at the Dundee Economic summit about the Tay Cities deal being completed in the next two months has generated a lot of excitement in the public and business communities
Hospitality recruitment is changing - here is why using a specialist within a recruitment agency can save you time, money and energy.
Since the start of the year there has been an increase in demand for tendering professionals across the Oil and Gas market, but often employers find these positions difficult to fill. Here are the five key areas candidates should include in their CV, when applying for tendering roles.
Is decommissioning in the North Sea really the end of the road, or could it be a blessing in disguise?
Digitalisation seems to be the word on everyone’s lips in the North Sea supply chain at the moment. Therefore, it is important to understand how the supply chain models in the North Sea could evolve towards being more efficient.
One of the biggest infrastructure projects in Scotland, the Aberdeen Western Peripheral Route (AWPR) is nearing completion. How will it affect the city?
In January 2019 IFRS 16 will be introduced after many years in the making; is your business ready for it?
Nicky Johnston from our Aberdeen office spoke to Willie Fairhurst about the importance of GDPR to small businesses