News & Insights  |  Posted May 27, 2021

Turning the green revolution a deeper shade of blue

As Kermit the Frog once lamented, it isn’t easy being green.

As Kermit the Frog once lamented, it isn’t easy being green.

News & Insights  |  Posted May 20, 2021

And The Band Played On

As the newly elected First Minister of Scotland was announcing her Cabinet, a picture re-emerged on social media of her with some of the party’s stalwarts back when they were young.

As the newly elected First Minister of Scotland was announcing her Cabinet, a picture re-emerged on social media of her with some of the party’s stalwarts back when they were young.

News & Insights  |  Posted May 7, 2021

56° North launches

New communications consultancy targeting ambitious growth businesses in Scotland and the North of England

New communications consultancy targeting ambitious growth businesses in Scotland and the North of England

News & Insights  |  Posted May 5, 2021

People are waking up to the power of devolution – and we’ve got the polls to prove it

Expert Opinion – Henri Murison, Northern Powerhouse Partnership

Expert Opinion – Henri Murison, Northern Powerhouse Partnership

News & Insights  |  Posted May 3, 2021

The great reset – how the return to work can be an opportunity for business and trade unions

As we shiver outside pubs drinking cold beer in groups of six, we can warm ourselves with the thought that it’s not long before we’ll be allowed inside. And with that, as even more of the economy opens, a return to the workplace is also on the cards.

As we shiver outside pubs drinking cold beer in groups of six, we can warm ourselves with the thought that it’s not long before we’ll be allowed inside. And with that, as even more of the economy opens, a return to the workplace is also on the cards.

News & Insights  |  Posted April 25, 2021

Money, money, money. When corporate interests go bad (or mad)…

… a cautionary tale from the European ‘Superior’ League

… a cautionary tale from the European ‘Superior’ League

News & Insights  |  Posted April 16, 2021

How many bridges does it take to grow an economy?

A few years ago, I was listening to a presentation from a well-known Scottish economist on Scottish GDP. We were on the top floor of a building overlooking Edinburgh and the Forth.

A few years ago, I was listening to a presentation from a well-known Scottish economist on Scottish GDP. We were on the top floor of a building overlooking Edinburgh and the Forth.

News & Insights  |  Posted March 26, 2021

Alex Salmond’s biggest gamble

Someone once worked out that if you’d followed Alex Salmond’s recommendations over the years when he was The Scotsman’s racing tipster, you would have lost £3,000.

Someone once worked out that if you’d followed Alex Salmond’s recommendations over the years when he was The Scotsman’s racing tipster, you would have lost £3,000.