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Perthshire Chamber of Commerce is one of the country's most active and effecitve business membership organisations.

Part of a global network and connected to key regional and national decision-makers, we are the voice of local business. Whatever your size, sector or location, we can provide you with the contacts, advice and insight to help your business grow and succeed.

From start-up businesses to established ventures, companies based in a city or rural location, local self-employed traders or major players trading internationally, we know business inside out. We're also helping bring business and education closer together so the workforce of tomorrow has the skills you need.

We offer a successful programme of social and corporate events to network, share best practice, and access training and support services. Find out how we can make a difference for your business.

Latest News

Gillespie Macandrew appoints legal heavyweight Michael Shaw as chair
Leading Scottish law firm, Gillespie Macandrew, announces the appointment of former RBS/NatWest Group General Counsel, Michael Shaw, as their new chair.  Michael brings a wealth of legal, commercial ...

Hydropower Insight
...delivered by...   Hydropower Insight is an international three day training event providing knowledge and understanding of run-of-river hydropower schemes from 1kW to 10MW in size. The event ...

SCC Annual Business Address - 15th September 2022
Scottish Chambers of Commerce’s Annual Business Address is our flagship event and one of the highlights of the Scottish business calendar. Our 2021 Business Address brought together over 500 ...

Bin workers at 15 Scottish councils to strike in pay dispute
Bin workers at 15 Scottish councils will go on strike in a new wave of industrial action later this month. The Unite union said about 1,500 members would walk out from 24 August to 31 August over a ...

Ministers to meet energy giants over cost of living
UK Ministers will hold talks with energy giants on Thursday to discuss measures to ease the cost of living. The UK government says talks will focus on how energy companies can alleviate pressure on ...

RECESSIONARY WINDS AFFLICT CONSTRUCTION SECTOR
One of Scotland’s leading restructuring experts is warning that the construction industry – which employs in excess of 140,000 staff in Scotland – should prepare for payment freezes by clients ...

Bank of England to Host Webinar 18 August
The Bank of England Agency for Scotland will be holding a webinar on 18 August from 12-1pm. Will Dowson will give an “off the record” briefing on the Monetary Policy Report which will be ...

Scottish hotel group renews support for unpaid carers through Respitality initiative
A leading Scottish hotel group has pledged to support Shared Care Scotland’s Respitality initiative for a second year. Crieff Hydro Family of Hotels is set to donate eight overnight stays for two ...

Honours in Perth and Kinross
It is widely known that a list of recipients of UK honours are published twice a year, on Her Majesty the Queen’s Official Birthday and also at New Year. But who puts them forward to be honoured ...

Blackadders LLP Announces Leadership Changes
National law firm Blackadders LLP has announced new board appointments to serve alongside newly elected joint managing partners Emma Gray and Ryan McKay. Laura McDowall, (Head of the Private Client ...

Binn Group recognised as Real Living Wage employer
Leading Scottish resource management company, Binn Group, has been accredited a Real Living Wage employer. The family-run Perthshire-based business already pays its 150+ workers above the Real ...

Bidwells leading the charge with four senior Renewable Energy hires
Four key industry hires in expansion of Renewable Energy team Bidwells consolidating services around three pillars: Renewable Energy, Natural Capital & Sustainable ...

Cash withdrawals in the UK soar as people grapple with the rising cost of living
People are going back to cash to keep tighter control on their spending as living costs soar, according to new research by the Post Office. Post offices handled £801m in personal cash withdrawals ...

Firms urge Tory rivals Rishi Sunak and Liz Truss to act now to protect Scots jobs
Business leaders yesterday urged Tory leadership rivals to take urgent action to support firms at risk of being crushed as the economy slumps. Foreign secretary Liz Truss and former chancellor Rishi ...

ScottishPower to build £150m green hydrogen plant at Port of Felixstowe
Exclusive: plant at Suffolk port is slated to produce 100megawatts of power from 2026. ScottishPower is planning to build a £150m green hydrogen plant at the Port of Felixstowe to power trains, ...

Scottish Chambers of Commerce & Business Groups back youngsters ahead of results day
Business leaders have promised Scottish youngsters they will “recognise and value qualifications as much as any other year” ahead of Tuesday’s results. Students have faced a number of ...

Rosebank projected to provide £6.3 billion of investment to the UK
The Equinor-operated Rosebank oil and gas field will provide significant investment into the UK. According to a socioeconomic study by Wood Mackenzie and VOR Energy, Rosebank is estimated to create ...

Breaking: Felixstowe port workers to strike for eight days from August
Dockers at the UK’s largest container port have voted overwhelmingly to strike after they were offered a below-inflation pay rise, with action planned for 21st August in the latest blow to efforts ...

Bank of England warns the UK will fall into recession this year
Two indicators slowdown already under way after Bank of England warns of 15-month recession Just a day after the Bank of England warned of a 15-month recession, there are signs ...

UK new car sales fell 9% in July as supply chain problems continue
Sales of new cars in the UK fell by nearly a 10th in July because of supply chain problems, forcing the industry body to cut its full-year forecast even though it expects chip shortages to ease in ...

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