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With only 100 days until new data protection laws come into place on 28th May 2018, many Tayside businesses are, as yet, unprepared for the changes that will have huge impact on the way they communicate with their customers. To help prepare marketers and businesses......

Tricia Fox, Managing Director and founder of independent PR and Marketing agency Volpa, has been awarded ‘accredited practitioner’ status by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR), the industry’s leading professional body in the UK. The ‘accredited practitioner’ status is a hallmark of commitment to......

Award-winning care home provider Balhousie Care Group has appointed a new manager for its Antiquary care home in Arbroath. Cath Maclean brings to the role 20 years of experience in nursing and care homes. Originally from Stornoway, Cath now calls Arbroath home. As manager of......

Colours of Cluny – Scotland’s most northerly sound and light show in Forres – won’t return for 2018.   Organisers Forres Features Community Interest Company – a not-for-profit organisation where any surpluses are invested locally or in the following year’s event – made the difficult......

Tricia Fox, founder and Managing Director of Perthshire based independent marketing agency Volpa, has been selected to take part in the prestigious Goldman Sachs 10,000 Small business programme, a four month programme starting in January designed to provide leaders of high growth small businesses with......

Balhousie Care Group, Scotland’s leading provider of residential care, is opening its doors to people who face spending Christmas Day alone. Care home managers are liaising with local authorities to identify members of the community who face a lonely festive season and could benefit from......

Massive changes to the law came into force this month for Scotland’s 760,000 private renters. The private residential tenancy rules – rolled out as part of the Private Housing (Tenancies) (Scotland) Act 2016 – scrap fixed-term rentals, meaning leases will effectively be open-ended. Rent increases......