News & Blog

Read the latest business news, blogs and thought leadership articles from our members, as well as updates on the Edinburgh Chamber of Commerce's work in the city.

News & Blog
  • Recap: Inspiring Women in Business Lunch with Tracey McNellan
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    Recap: Inspiring Women in Business Lunch with Tracey McNellan

    24th May 2017

    On a warm day in May, a group of around thirty (mostly) women joined us at the G&V Royal Mile Hotel for our monthly Inspiring Women in Business Lunch. Our guest speaker was Tracey McNellan, a woman boasting an illustrious career in the fast-paced media industry.

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  • Backing business to drive long-term growth
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    Backing business to drive long-term growth

    23rd May 2017

    For UK businesses to the deliver the jobs, growth and investment needed to secure our long-term economic future, they need a competitive environment here at home. However, as we approach yet another General Election, the UK continues to lag behind its international competitors.

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  • Upcoming Training Events at Arts & Business Scotland

    Upcoming Training Events at Arts & Business Scotland

    19th May 2017

    Bookings are open for upcoming training events with Arts & Business Scotland, Introduction to Fundraising (Tuesday 13 June in Edinburgh) and A General Tax Guide for Arts and Heritage Organisations (Wednesday 21 June in Glasgow and Friday 23 June in Perth).

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  • ScotRail Business Travel Newsletter

    ScotRail Business Travel Newsletter

    5th May 2017

    ScotRail have released the latest edition of their Business Travel Newsletter.

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  • Arts & Business Scotland Development Forum

    Arts & Business Scotland Development Forum

    4th May 2017

    We are delighted to announce that the next Arts & Business Scotland Development Forum will take place at the National Galleries of Scotland on Thursday 1 June.

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  • Liz McAreavey, CEO Blog: May 2017
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    Liz McAreavey, CEO Blog: May 2017

    2nd May 2017

    I’ve been lucky enough to do some travelling in recent weeks and it’s interesting to compare our culture with others - the warm welcome and hospitality of the East, their work ethic and culture of enterprise, their generosity of spirit and friendship. Maybe the sunshine makes everyone happy – it worked for me, or was it the brief relief from the politics of home. No talk of Brexit, General Elections and #Indyref2. Bliss.

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  • How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Data Era – 60 Really Useful Minutes with The Data Lab
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    How I Learned to Stop Worrying and Love the Data Era – 60 Really Useful Minutes with The Data Lab

    9th February 2017

    On Wednesday morning we were hosted at The Data Lab in South College Street by Craig Patterson and his colleagues.

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  • Business Resilience – How to overcome all the hurdles that come our way…
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    Business Resilience – How to overcome all the hurdles that come our way…

    18th June 2015

    Being a leader or manager can be a challenging and lonely role especially in a SME company. On a day-to-day…

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  • Opening Up the West End Post Tram Construction

    21st August 2014

    Drivers heading for the West End from the south of the City and Lothian Road could soon find their journey…

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  • Complimentary Business Seminar Run By The World’s No1 Business Coach – Brad Sugars

    Complimentary Business Seminar Run By The World’s No1 Business Coach – Brad Sugars

    13th August 2014

    If you are serious about taking your business to the next level and want to learn how to turn your…

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