FOLLOWING the success of its much-lauded Mentoring Programme, the Scottish Wholesale Association is inviting further applications for 2015.
EVOLUTION within the wholesale sector will be the principal theme at the annual conference of the Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) at Crieff in June, with Booker Group’s chief executive, Charles Wilson, among the keynote speakers.
CHILDREN’S charity Aberlour has received a cash boost after members, suppliers and guests at the Scottish Wholesale Association’s annual conference this summer raised £4600. Aberlour ambassador Katherine Grainger CBE, Scotland’s Olympic rower, was the motivational speaker at the high-profile event.
The Employment Appeal Tribunal has ruled that overtime and regular commission payments should be used as part of the calculation of an employee’s holiday pay.
THE Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) has confirmed the appointment of Eddie Lynagh, area manager for Booker, as senior vice-president.
Personal Licence Holders have a vital job within the licensed trade sector because they authorise the sale of alcohol in both on and off-sales businesses and ensure that each and every sale is legal. Here is some key advice and guidance regarding the mandatory training requirements under the Licensing (Scotland) Act 2005.
Have you got your business ready for the XX Commonwealth Games in Glasgow this summer?
Scottish wholesalers will explore the many opportunities presented by key events taking place during 2014 – one of Scotland’s most significant years – at the annual conference of the Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) at Crieff in June.
United Wholesale (Scotland), the Glasgow-based delivered wholesaler and cash & carry, has been named the best wholesale business at the prestigious Scottish Wholesale Achievers awards.
Leading industry trade bodies the Scottish Wholesale Association (SWA) and Scottish Grocers’ Federation (SGF) joined forces with the Scottish Anti-Illicit Trade Group (SAITG) to highlight the escalating economic and community costs of the illicit trade in counterfeit goods at a Parliamentary Reception on 15 January.