The culture in this yoghurt reminds me of something? Conservatively, I’d say it’s a bit like that….

In Insider yesterday:

Four of Scotland’s most important industry sectors have entered the new decade feeling upbeat and confident despite significant concerns about the potential impact of Brexit, research carried out by CMS shows. In Scotland’s Renewable Energy sector, 80% of those involved in our research said they expected growth in revenues over the next three years while 60% are planning to increase investment in people and capital in that period. There’s a similar outlook for Scottish Life Sciences where a significant number (80%) of business leaders are expecting to increase their workforce over the next year although a number did raise concerns about the availability of skilled workers due to the potential impact of Brexit. A majority of Technology sector leaders also raised concerns over Brexit although more than half of those we spoke to expect turnover and profits to rise over the next three years. Around half are also planning recruitment drives in that period.

https://www.insider.co.uk/sponsored/key-scottish-industry-sectors-feel-21369958

Earlier reports of the Scottish economy:

BBC Scotland expert misses positive economic trend as commercial property sales DOUBLE to exceed most of England

Number of Scottish businesses at record high.

Scotland’s labour productivity has increased

8% of the population far more of lots of other things but Scottish Government still not satisfied

Venture capital investments in Scotland up 36% in one year!

35% reduction in Scottish business insolvencies to much lower level than in rUK

Scotland strong without the oil as Treasury ‘spaffs revenues up wall’

Confidence in BBC Scotland business reporting further ‘evaporates’ as they misrepresent an already unrepresentative study

8% of the population 29% of food and drink exports: Scotland ‘dominant force behind UK international trade in agriculture and food products’

How Scotland Thrives – September 2019

Why does Fraser of Allander Institute lazily wrongly lump Scotland in with England’s tourism recession?