People

8 Jan 2014 09:30

Executive Profile: Heather Stuart

Heather Stuart is chief executive of Fife Cultural Trust, which has an annual turnover of £11 million, employs 387 people and operates 64 facilities. The Trust is responsible for delivering cultural services throughout Fife including the operation of libraries, museums, theatres, heritage centres and sites, archives services, and arts development.

14 Jun 2013 09:30

Executive Profile: Ed Molyneux

Going from being an RAF pilot to co-founding an award-winning online accounting system for freelancers isn't what most people would think to be natural step, but Ed Molyneux has made it look easy. FreeAgent is designed to meet the needs of freelancers and small businesses. Set up in 2007 in Edinburgh, it now has more than 30,000 customers worldwide, over 50 employees and it also has a division in the US.

14 Jun 2013 09:30

As time goes by...

The most common complaint I get about social media is 'I don't have time to do it!' I understand. My business is social media but even I can't afford to spend all day on Twitter and Facebook. So what can you do to get the best return without losing a chunk of your working day?

26 Apr 2013 13:44

Social Media - you know you should, but why?

In the first of our 12-month social media special, columnist Pauline Randall, founder of Fife-based digital marketing firm Florizel Media, explains why online networking needn't be hit and miss and why you should start with clear objectives...

26 Apr 2013 09:30

Executive Profile: Maggie Mitchell

Having worked her way through a variety of marketing management roles, Maggie Mitchell was appointed chief executive of business improvement district (BID) Dunfermline Delivers in May last year.