Anderson Anderson & Brown
Anderson Anderson & Brown LLP (AAB) is one of the leading independent firms of Chartered Accountants in Scotland, with a staff complement comprising 13 partners and over 200 staff.
The partners recognise the need for an accountancy practice which provides an exceptionally high level of client service, delivered through committed and motivated staff, with easy access to partners and senior personnel as and when needed.
A top-tier oilfield service company with a century-long track record, Baker Hughes delivers solutions that help oil and gas operators make the most of their reservoirs.
Bank of Scotland
As part of Lloyds Banking Group, Bank of Scotland has a specific team of relationahip managers, and dedicated support staff, based locally for the provision of banking services and funding to SME businesses.
A considerable pool of technical expertise in oil and gas and renewables sets law firm Bond Dickinson apart from its competitors. We have one of the country's largest and most experienced all-energy teams and a strong Scotland-wide real estate practice. Our vision is to be recognised for providing an unrivalled service and our success was reflected in us being named Best Legal Adviser 2010, 2011 and 2012; in Legal Week's client satisfaction report.
Empire HR is one of the leading independent HR, Health & Safety and Employment Law support companies in Scotland.
We deliver tailored HR support and solutions for various types of businesses and individual clients across the whole of the UK. Our highly skilled team of experts can offer guidance and advice on a range of HR issues including employment law, resourcing and payroll for any business, either in-house or through our employment law advisory service.
Energy, water and waste treatment are indispensable to the economic and social development of over six billion human beings. Because these activities are at stake environmentally and socially for the planet, GDF SUEZ aims to become a major benchmark in sustainable development.
The James Hutton Institute
The James Hutton Institute was formed in 2011 by the Macaulay Land Use Research Institute in Aberdeen and SCRI, the Scottish Crop Research Institute based in Invergowrie near Dundee, Scotland. The Institute encompasses a distinctive range of integrated, world-class strengths in land, crop, water, environmental and socio-economic science. It undertakes a wide range of research for customers including the Scottish and UK Governments, the EU and other organisations worldwide. The institute has a staff of nearly 600 and 125 PhD students.
North East Scotland College
As the largest single provider of vocational education and training in the North East of Scotland, Aberdeen College continues to play an important role in meeting the educational and training needs of individuals, employers and communities in Aberdeen City and Aberdeenshire. The College serves an extensive geographical area of around 60 miles north/south and 60 miles westward from Aberdeen itself, with 56% of its students residing outside Aberdeen City.