Invest in Perth business magazine is a bi-annual publication focused on investment news, development opportunities and interviews with industry leaders from the business community of Perth and the wider region. If you would like a hard copy of the magazine please contact us at email@example.com.
IIP Magazine Issue 15
With the imminent opening of the £27M Perth Museum, the Autumn 2023 issue of Invest in Perth Business Magazine focuses on Cultural, Creative and Independent. From fashion entrepreneurs to a new Scottish berry, vertical integration at its most stylish and a £50M energy deal, you’ll find a myriad of reasons to invest in Perth.
IIP Magazine Issue 14
Spring 2023 – This first issue of 2023 is dedicated to investment. From grant funding and raising capex, to human capital and social infrastructure, it is crucial that we come together to support and nurture a culture of investing – whether that be money, time, or skills.
Our main cover story, From Local Artisan To National Brand, shows just how far a small idea can go when this principle is applied. From their base in Perth Food and Drink Park, Praveen and Swarna Kumar have created a fantastic product that is enjoyed across the length and breadth of the UK. Could your business be next?
Of course, as a council we continue to invest in local area infrastructure and we were delighted to report on Perth’s recent win for the Mill Street regeneration project in the 2022 Urbanism Awards, which recognise the best, most enduring or most improved urban environments.
IIP Magazine Issue 13
Summer 2022 – The Net Zero Special Issue. This issue of Invest in Perth Magazine is focused on showcasing the wealth of innovation, investment and developments currently driving growth and offering opportunities across all business sectors in the Perth and Kinross region. From UK market leaders and global brands such as Highland Spring, SSE and Stagecoach Ltd, to independent entrepreneurs breaking into Europe and the rapid advancements of infrastructure developments, Perth and Kinross has many examples to prove why it deserves the mantle of ‘most sustainable small city in Europe.’ In addition, developments such as the Cross Tay Link Road is an excellent example of this commitment. As the largest infrastructure project ever undertaken by Perth and Kinross Council, the benefits to both residents and businesses are multiple.