'We started with a sewing machine and ideas'

EACH week the Evening Times puts the spotlight on one of the dozens of new businesses determined to succeed.

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Sisters Allison and Laura Seaton, who run the Smookie store. Picture: Colin Mearns
Sisters Allison and Laura Seaton, who run the Smookie store. Picture: Colin Mearns

They are the future for Glasgow and the west of Scotland's economy and are working hard to achieve success in the face of the UK's economic hardship.

Many new businesses are struggling to take off because of the economic downturn and this column offers advice for potential start-ups.

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