EACH week the Evening Times will throw the spotlight on one of the dozens of new businesses determined to succeed.
They are the future for Glasgow and the west of Scotland's economy and are working hard to achieve success in the face of continuing economic hardship.
Many new businesses are struggling to take off because of the economic downturn, and this new column will offer advice for potential start-ups.
Each company will answer the same questions about their business and their answers will appear in the Evening Times each Wednesday.
This week we highlight Dribble Delights, co-founded by Cheryl Ryder, right, and her sister Gillian McDonald.
WHO ARE YOU?
Cheryl Ryder, co-founder of Dribble Delights alongside my sister Gillian McDonald.
Between us we have five children who provide the inspiration for Dribble Delights as well as being happy testers of our baby and toddler food.
WHAT DOES YOUR BUSINESS DO?
At Dribble Delights we're all about putting fun back into food for children with food allergies and food intolerances.
We're bringing to market a range of baby food and toddler snacks that is free from dairy, gluten and wheat with most of our products also egg free and all nut free.
WHERE ARE YOU BASED?
We are situated in the Glasgow Hatchery of Entrepreneurial Spark, which has been invaluable with mentor support, business advice and working in such a great entrepreneurial atmosphere alongside some amazing people.
HOW DID YOU GET STARTED?
We developed Dribble Delights after I had three children who all have a Dairy Intolerance.