Dron & Dickson announces innovative CompEx training

Dron & Dickson, Aberdeen-based specialists in supply and maintenance of hazardous area electrical equipment, increases its portfolio of skills with the announcement that it has gained a CompEx traning licence.

New equipment to further world class materials research

World class research in biomaterials used for bone repair, energy materials and cements at the University of Aberdeen is to be furthered thanks to a £250,000 investment in cutting edge equipment.

League of Nations puts Aberdeen on the business map

As Scotland savours the positive impact of the influx of visitors from across the globe for the Commonwealth Games, the north-east is rolling out the welcome mat for its own league of nations as Aberdeen reaches a new and diverse audience of skilled professionals.

Ryden boosts project management offer with heavyweight recruit

Ryden has made a key hire in highly regarded project management expert Craig Tennant who joined the firm as a partner from June 30.

 

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Programme of fringe events announced

A series of fringe events designed to give an insight into the Aberdeen of yesteryear is set to accompany business organisation Aberdeen Inspired's Bon Accord to Bayonets weekend next month.

Unique self-help technique comes under spotlight at CLAN coffee morning

A unique self-help technique that aims to reduce stress and anxiety within minutes will come under the spotlight at a North-east cancer support charity's monthly coffee morning in Inverurie.

Recipe for a Healthy Workforce the focus of Oil & Gas UK's Breakfast Briefing

Oil & Gas UK's breakfast briefing on August 26 will provide an arena for discussing employee health and well-being with three speakers invited to share information about current health statistics and campaigns to help people improve their well-being.

CLAN's carnival Christmas cracker set to bring a touch of Rio to the North-east

With the World Cup party in Brazil now drawn to a thrilling close, football fans across the country will be lamenting the lack of samba soccer on their television screens.

City Council launches groundbreaking scheme to help young people into work

Aberdeen City Council is set to launch the first scheme of its kind in Scotland to help young people looked after by the local authority to move into the world of work.