Printing in Scotland

Although most people just think of business in Scotland as existing in one of its two main cities, Edinburgh and Glasgow, Scotland has many more areas of business that require the services of print companies in Scotland.

Indeed, the recent falling cost of office space in the UK has resulting in many new businesses opening up in Aberdeen, or even relocating from Edinburgh to Aberdeen due to cost saving measures and other large towns in Scotland such as East Kilbride.

Edinburgh and Glasgow are of course the centres of business in Scotland, and equally the number of events held by the two cities keeps print companies in Edinburgh and Glasgow busy most of the year. Edinburgh itself has numerous festivals throughout the year that attract visitors from all over the UK, and the world, including the renowned Edinburgh Fringe Festival.

Towns on the outskirts of the these two cities, such as Coatbridge and Paisley, are also seeing a knock-on effect with numerous start-up businesses choosing to locate there.

Other areas of Scotland that are thriving include Ayr, which is just outside Glasgow and the second most popular tourist destination in Scotland. Falkirk meanwhile boasts the world’s only rotary canal connector, named the Falkirk Wheel. This remarkable piece of engineering has to be seen to be believed.

Leith, just to the north of Edinburgh, is where the very first rules for golf were devised; giving print companies in Leith something special to boast about as the location where the first rules for golf were printed.