From BrewDog investors to the five rising stars of Scotland's tech scene, 20 women to watch, well-known firms going into liquidation and our prestigious Insider awards ceremonies and conferences, here is an extensive look at the highlights of our first 12 months
We aimed to be assertive, incisive, disruptive, perceptive and informative - and also objective.
Since then insider.co.uk has covered a huge selection of stories across a massive spectrum of sectors - from tech to law, accountancy, construction, engineering, banking and the third sector.
We've broken many exclusives, highlighted wrongdoing where it needed exposed, praised company success and celebrated it at a host of prestigious Insider events... and also had some fun.
Here is our extensive list of the best Insider has offered over the past 12 months.
March 13 2017 Welcome to insider.co.uk - new, live and disruptive
The insider.co.uk launch team (from left): Michele Aaen, events and business director; Philip Gates, deputy editor; Steven Wilson, researcher; Ken Symon, editor; and reporters Kristy Dorsey and Scott McCulloch
Insider.co.uk is launched on March 13 - with editor Ken Symon promising to "shake up the business media landscape by bringing you live business news throughout the day".
He says: "At a time when vitally important national and international economic and political developments are rolled out every day there has never been a greater need for business leaders to be informed."
We told how the Rangers chairman could be facing a bill of up to £13.9m after a ruling from the Takeover Appeal Board on how he took over the Ibrox club.
It all hinged on claims he led a concert party to assume control of Rangers International Football Club Plc (RIFC).
King and the three others denied they acted in concert. King said in a statement: “I do not agree with TAB’s much delayed ruling nor follow its logic and I shall take the appropriate time to reflect upon it and consider the best course of action for myself, RIFC and its shareholders.