Outside the box: Skypark, the Glasgow business campus, has built a reputation in recent years for doing things a bit differently for its tenants.

The latest focus of its efforts is a mobile app dedicated to wellbeing and onsite services, believed to be the first of its kind for a business park. The app enables tenants to access a wide range of services 24/7, from car parking and flu jabs to beauty treatments, as well as “Skyperk” discounts. Skypark is already known for its art exhibitions and monthly meet-ups for tenants.

On the road: Staff at campervan firm Jerba have just embarked on a road trip with a difference.

Fifteen workers from the North Berwick-based firm visited wire specialist Sheffield to get some insight into how to thrive under employee ownership, having recently made the transition itself.

Jerba boss Simon Poole said: “It was an excellent and inspirational trip.”

Daisies at dawn: A heartwarming tale to report from Orkney.

Jewellery designer Sheila Fleet has revealed sales of one of her favourite collections will support Pancreatic Cancer Scotland, in memory of her late husband, Rick. Ten per cent of every piece sold from her Daisies at Dawn collection will go to

the charity.