Second issue of magazine for Women in business set

Article posted: 20.01.2024

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Knowing where to look and, more importantly, what to look for when starting a business needn’t be a chore. There is an abundance of help and support available for women business owners, to help get their business off to a strong start.

Understanding what women want, what women need and how this can fit into their current situation is a task Bank of Scotland has embraced with vigour. Constantly moulding a programme designed to encourage women to take their business ideas forward, the Women in Business team at Bank of Scotland has produced dedicated resources for women business owners - the latest being a second issue of their bespoke magazine “Big Fish.”

Clare Logie, Associate Director explains: “The first issue of Big Fish far exceeded all expectations. The feedback received was overwhelming and it’s thanks to the comments from our readers that we have secured a bi-annual release for the magazine in 2004. The free magazine from Bank of Scotland is designed specifically with women business owners in mind. Whether you are looking to start a business or are keen to grow, with interviews, top tips and networking features, the magazine has something for everyone.”

The second edition of Big Fish, launched December 5th 2003, features a practical networking article from Lindsay Bannerman, one of Scotland’s top 100 most influential businesswomen, alongside intriguing insight to the US where record numbers of female entrepreneurs have been achieved. Informal and colloquial in style, the magazine takes a serious look at the topical issues facing women in business today.

If you are interested in receiving a copy of the magazine or would like to distribute the magazine to contacts / colleagues then please contact the Bank’s Women in Business team on For further information, or to download a copy of the magazine why not visit the dedicated women in business webpages on

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