Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce (DACC) has teamed up with Scottish airline Loganair to sponsor one of the Oor Wullie Big Bucket Trail statues in Wullie’s home city.
Dundee and Angus Chamber of Commerce
An initiative designed to encourage women into business is aiming to attract new mentors at a recruitment evening.
Brexit: Dundee chiefs prepare for martial law, empty shelves, no fuel and food rationing if there is no deal
Dundee chiefs are preparing for the prospect of martial law, empty supermarket shelves, no fuel and food rationing in a “worst case scenario” no-deal Brexit.
Like many high streets across the UK, the Murraygate hasn’t had its troubles to seek.
Plans have been tabled to convert a derelict city centre “eyesore” site into shops and housing.
This time last year, the Dundee Partnership unveiled its plan for making the city a better place to live and work across the next decade.
Jobseekers of all ages are being encouraged to attend an employment fair in Dundee.
Dundee’s food and drink industry grew by £43 million in the space of just one year, as the revitalised city satisfied the appetites of hungry investors.
More than 1,000 employment vacancies will be on offer when Dundee’s annual jobs fair takes place this month.
Community and business leaders insist there are ways to rejuvenate the Murraygate — despite the popular shopping area being dealt another blow.
Workers who were made redundant by the collapse of a Dundee electrical firm have told how they were left out of pocket when the firm closed.
Organisations in Dundee have vowed to rally behind 99 workers who have been made redundant by a collapsed electrical firm.
The number of Dundonians claiming unemployment benefit has dropped by 44% in the last five years.
A major Dundee shoe store is to close — leaving “quite a gap” at one of the city’s retail parks.
Key figures in Dundee will discuss ways to turn the city’s high unemployment rate around at a conference.
A leading business chief has called for Dundee to model itself on Glasgow and Edinburgh to enable retailers to thrive in the city.
News that a city centre bar is to expand has been welcomed in the wake of recent nightspot closures.
The decision to reject a £5.4 million store which would have created 125 jobs has been described as the “right thing” for Dundee.