There’s a number of factors that a business is rated on. Like customer service, quality of products and how valuable the business is to the community. One of the businesses that tick all the boxes and more is the Clydebank Cooperative. It’s a cornerstone of the community in Clydebank. The Clydebank Cooperative is the smallest in Scotland and is only one of 3 cooperatives left in the country. It’s the only Coop that’s not been nationalised. Employing many people in the local community, it serves as an economy booster to the town too.
Buying a home can be a very stressful task. There are many things you need to go through before the purchase can be completed. The first thing you need to do before diving in and making an offer on the house is making sure you’ve seen the home report first. This report will cover an energy report, a survey and a property questionnare which must be commissioned by any the people putting the house on the market. There are some exceptions though. Newly built homes, right to buy homes and properties that have quite recently been changed into a residential property don’t need to commission home reports.
To grow your business you need marketing to get your business noticed. To get customers to show an interest in your product you need to let them know that you exist. To reach a wider audience, you need to implement a digital marketing strategy that’s going to drive traffic online and to your website.
People measure the economy of the city on many different things. Such as disposable income but another factor involved is business growth and how many employees are employed by the organisation. In Glasgow, we can look at many examples but one that stands out is European Circuits. Based in Clydebank on the outskirts of Glasgow, they’re an organisation on the up, that’s for sure.
How much of a success story is European Circuits? What’s the history of the company and what do they? Let’s find out…