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
  • 90% of Energy Companies Seek Tech Bolt-Ons to Tackle Seismic Shift in Energy Markets

    90% of Energy Companies Seek Tech Bolt-Ons to Tackle Seismic Shift in Energy Markets

    4th October 2017

    Ninety percent of energy companies are seeking joint ventures with or acquisitions of smart energy technology specialists, according to research by legal firm Pinsent Masons.

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  • Labour now the most trusted party to stand up for England, new survey data reveals

    Labour now the most trusted party to stand up for England, new survey data reveals

    25th September 2017

    Labour is now the political party most trusted by voters in England to represent English interests, according to new research from Cardiff University and the University of Edinburgh, released today [Sunday 24th September].

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  • Online retailers could boost sales in Scotland by offering free deliveries, finds Barclays

    Online retailers could boost sales in Scotland by offering free deliveries, finds Barclays

    7th September 2017

    Shoppers in Scotland are particularly keen on free deliveries and competitive prices, finds new research by Barclays.

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  • Edinburgh Napier links-up with University of the Third Age

    Edinburgh Napier links-up with University of the Third Age

    17th July 2017

    Retired and semi-retired individuals in Edinburgh with a passion for learning are set to benefit from a new agreement that will see them able to participate in University research projects.

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  • University collaboration signals recipe for success for Edinburgh food firm

    University collaboration signals recipe for success for Edinburgh food firm

    11th May 2017

    An Edinburgh-based food company has its sights set on healthy growth after extending its research and development capability via a partnership with a Scottish university.

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