On the job: Theatre Stage Manager

Ever wondered how Mary Poppins flies in a theatre show? Want to know how to get invited to Elton John’s beach party? Then Malcolm Tilley is the man you’re after. Organising theatre productions in the world famous King’s Theatre in Glasgow, we find out what it takes to be a stage manager. 🎭 What is […]

Scottish Apprenticeship Week: Lisa’s Story

It’s Scottish Apprenticeship Week and we are proud as punch to announce that our favourite staff member Lisa passed her business administration apprenticeship with flying colours and she’s  heading off to pick up her Level 3 diploma TODAY! So in honour of all the fab work she has done over the last 12 months, and to celebrate Scottish Apprenticeship Week, we […]

We speak to Amanda Davies from Honey Pop Kisses

Scottish blogging sensation Amanda has had her successful (and seriously stylish blog) Honey Pop Kisses for almost five years now. She’s also a firm fixture at Fashion Week, editor of online magazine fashionfixdaily.com and has just launched her own subscription box, designed to celebrate and supply indie brands and vegan beauty right to your door step. […]

Olivia Purvis: What it takes to be a blogging superstar

Who doesn’t have a blog these days? But what takes you from a keyboard warrior to an international blogging superstar? Olivia Purvis of What Olivia Did knows exactly what it takes – and she is hear to share her blogging secrets with us. 22 year old Olivia is mates with Emma Gannon and Samantha Maria, has 120k […]

We’re hiring! Admin apprentice wanted

  Looking to kick start your career? We could have the job for you! Source Magazine’s parent company DC Publishing is looking for an admin apprentice to join our busy city centre offices. This is a really exciting opportunity for someone with top-notch organisational skills and a strong work ethic. With funding from the Glasgow […]

Scots teenager makes it sweet as Nestlé’s first female apprentice

A Scottish teenager has made history by becoming the first female engineering apprentice at Nestlé’s Girvan factory. Lucy McGeorge, 18, is following in the footsteps of her grandfather, Ronnie McCrindle, who was one of the first engineers to open up the confectionary giant’s chocolate factory in 1979. McGeorge, from South Ayrshire, has completed her Performing […]