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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

Graham + Sibbald Open Dunfermline Office
Graham + Sibbald Chartered Surveyors and Property Consultants have announced the opening of their newest Scottish office in Dunfermline. Recently, it was announced that Dunfermline is set to become ...

Why Should Companies Make the Move to Electric Cars?
The UK’s net-zero carbon strategy is rightly focusing minds in a way we’ve never witnessed before and this is showing through increased demand for electric battery company cars. Pure-electric ...

Something for Everyone at Blair Horse Trials 2022
Scotland's leading equestrian event, the Land Rover Blair Castle International Horse Trials runs 25th - 28th August, set at beautiful Blair Castle in Blair Atholl. Now in its 32nd year of ...

Blackadders LLP Employment Law Team Shortlisted for the Scottish Legal Awards
The Blackadders’ Employment Law team are delighted to once again be shortlisted at this year’s Scottish Legal Awards. The Scottish Legal Awards is a major event in the legal calendar. It is ...

Scotland’s Onshore GDP Decreased by 0.5% in April
Scotland’s onshore GDP decreased by -0.5% in April, according to statistics announced by Scotland’s Chief Statistician. Output remains above the pre-pandemic level of February 2020, by 0.6%. In ...

Energy Bill and Tax Rebate Scams on the Rise
Scams focusing on energy bill deals and council tax rebates to trick people into handing over their money are growing as cost of living rises, a banking trade body has said. Criminals were "building ...

Steel import tariffs extended for two years
Tariffs on steel imports that were due to expire will be retained for a further two years, the UK government has said. International Trade Secretary Anne Marie Trevelyan said she was extending ...

MSPs Back Making Emergency Covid Powers Permanent
MSPs have voted to make some emergency Covid-19 powers permanent, including the ability to impose lockdowns and close schools. Most pandemic powers were due to expire in March, two years after ...

Inflation pushes UK government interest costs to May record
Surging inflation led interest payments on UK government debt to hit the highest amount for May on record. Interest payments paid by the government for last month hit £7.6bn, up £3.1bn from a year ...

Second 24-hour rail walkout after talks collapse
A second 24-hour rail strike is under way across Scotland after the latest talks between the RMT union and railway employers collapsed. It means a third day of disruption for passengers after the ...

British Airways Heathrow staff back summer strikes over pay
Hundreds of British Airways workers at Heathrow Airport have voted to go on strike over pay. Unite and GMB union members who are mostly check-in staff backed industrial action on Thursday. A total ...

People cut back on food shopping as price rises bite
Households are cutting back on food shopping as the rising cost of living bites into budgets. Nearly half of adults surveyed by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) said they had bought less ...

New £2m fund to cut environmental impact of textiles
A £2m fund aimed at reducing the environmental impact of textiles has been launched in Scotland. Zero Waste Scotland (ZWS) said the money would go directly to textile businesses across the nation, ...

New £200 million to back innovative agriculture projects
Projects which aim to boost food security in Scotland and address the biodiversity and climate crises are expected to benefit from a major Scottish Government funding programme. At The Royal ...

Landlord warning over making Covid eviction laws permanent
Landlords are warning that new laws on tenant evictions in Scotland could cut the number of rental homes. Emergency powers granted during the Covid pandemic required landlords to seek approval for ...

G7 Leaders detail $600bn plan to rival China's Belt and Road initiative
  G7 leaders have detailed plans to mobilise $600bn in funding for the developing world in a move seen as a counter to China's Belt and Road plan. The Partnership for Global Infrastructure and ...

Independent report into funding for tax and welfare devolution
An assessment will be carried out into how funding for the Scottish Government is calculated. During a meeting of the Joint Exchequer Committee (JEC) the UK and Scottish Governments announced an ...

Scottish councils given powers to run own bus services
Councils in Scotland have been given new powers to run their own bus services. From Monday, local authorities have the flexibility to set up services to benefit local communities. Since 1985, local ...

Royal Mail workers to vote on strike over pay
More than 115,000 Royal Mail workers will begin voting on Tuesday over whether to go on strike over pay. Ballot papers will be dispatched to the Communication Workers Union (CWU) members, with the ...

Scottish film industry projected to grow to £1 billion by 2030
Screen Scotland has published a study showing the value of Scotland’s film and TV industries to the country’s employment and economic prosperity, projecting that the industry will grow to £1 ...

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