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Kitchin hires HR specialist to probe abuse claims – Every day Enterprise

Tom Kitchin: “proud of high standards” Top chef Tom Kitchin has hired an external HR specialist to investigate allegations of bullying by former restaurant employees. Anonymous allegations that surfaced on an Instagram page described “toxic” behavior, violence and incidents of sexual assault in his restaurants. The 44-year-old chef who runs Edinburgh’s Michelin-starred restaurant The Kitchin,

ClearSky Logic takes stake in valuation agency Unlisted – Every day Enterprise

Phil Telfer: “Potential” Technology consultancy ClearSky Logic has invested nearly £ 250,000 in a stake in Glasgow-based AI-powered reviews firm Unlisted. The transaction will be valued at Unlisted at £ 4million and will work closely with Unlisted’s founder Dr. Amandeep Sahota and Chief Technology Officer Rob Lee, work together to improve functionality. Born from a

Craneware in $400m US pharmacy knowledge deal – Day by day Enterprise

Keith Neilson: “Instant Additional Scale” Craneware, the Edinburgh-based data analytics company focused on the US healthcare market, is to acquire Florida-based Sentry Data Systems in a cash and equity deal for $ 400 million (£ 282 million). Sentry is a provider of SaaS solutions that simplify the complexities of pharmacy procurement. It also offers business

Financial institution know-how veteran joins Commsworld board – Every day Enterprise

Commsworld, the UK’s largest independent network provider, has appointed the former executive officer of the Royal Bank of Scotland John White as non-executive director. Mr. White worked for computer giant IBM for many years before spending six years at National Australia Bank, where he became global general manager for e-banking. He joined RBS in 1999

College students discover objective and preparation by collaborating in UMSL’s Midwest Digital Advertising Convention – UMSL Day by day

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The Midwest Digital Marketing Conference originated at the University of Missouri – but St. Louis was held at St. Louis Union Station from 2016 to 2019 after it outgrew space on campus. The COVID-19 pandemic forced it to switch to the virtual format last year and it will remain an online event as it is

Lawson steps up as a part of Glampitect progress – Every day Enterprise

Role: Ellen Lawson. Glampitect, the Edinburgh-based glamping site design consultancy, has named Ellen Lawson as its inaugural director of operations. The fast growing Scottish start-up recently announced the launch of its Middle East business in Dubai. The appointment of Miss Lawson to the new role comes as the company expands. She has been promoted from

Drummond joins ASVA as sights look to reopen – Day by day Enterprise

Drummond joins ASVA as attractions look to reopen – Daily Business

A communications and public relations professional with extensive experience promoting Scotland has joined the Association of Scottish Visitor Attractions (ASVA) leadership team to improve support for industry members. Ellen Drummond has taken on the role of Communications Manager at ASVA, representing the visitor attraction sector which is a major contributor to the Scottish tourism industry

Optiseller hires six in quest for enlargement – Every day Enterprise

Optiseller hires six in quest for expansion – Daily Business

Optiseller, the Stirling-based e-commerce data platform, has announced six key hires, including Brendan Waters who joined as Chief Financial Officer. Mr. Waters is an auditor with more than 20 years of experience working with entrepreneurial companies and their growth. Louise Findlay joins as Head of Human Resources. She has been in the education sector for

Pandemic drives up pay in fast-growth MedTech sector – Each day Enterprise

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Medical technology is in demand According to one agency, one of the fastest growing industries is rewarding its top employees with some of the biggest leaps in salaries. Compensation packages for senior positions in the medical diagnostics industry have increased significantly since the beginning of the Covid pandemic. Some are now double what they were