Moray-based digital telecoms company Fibre 1 is expanding its UK-wide business network, with moves into offices in London and Forres.
Hospitality group Macdonald Hotels and Resorts has said one of its key Highland operations has seen a “sharp upturn” in corporate bookings following a significant investment in its meetings and conference facilities.
Researchers believe a pioneering Highland project to gather information about cancers among dogs in Scotland could improve prevention and care and help efforts to combat human forms of the disease.
Continued investment is needed to boost the number of young people and families choosing to live and work in the Highlands and Islands, the head of the Federation of Small Businesses (FSB) in the area has said.
The post-Brexit future of thousands of people from the EU working in Scotland will be the focus of a meeting between north business leaders and the Scottish Government’s Europe Minister Ben Macpherson next week.
Building with Lego blocks will be used to help explain the complexities of dealing with blockchain and cryptocurrency technologies at an event for businesses in the Highlands today.
A Highland family is planning to offer diners a true “field-to-fork” experience after adding a bar and restaurant to their farming and butcher businesses.
A well-known Highland hotel is being taken over by 46 of its employees as the man who opened it more than 40 years ago plans to bow out of the business.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) is investigating allegations of cronyism after a whistleblower claimed the lender appointed a man to a top role on the basis that he is the friend of a senior staff member.
Almost £5 million of European funding has been reeled in for Scotland’s fishing and aquaculture industry.
A student who launched a social enterprise offering theatre classes for primary school children in Shetland has taken the top award at this year’s University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) Business Competition.
A new scheme offering industry-led training for a new generation of software and web developers is being launched in the Highlands next year.
Increased investment in the Highlands is contributing to a strong housing market in the region – with demand growing for houses in the £500,000- £1 million bracket, according to the latest figures from an independent property consultancy.
Scotland’s booming cruise liner industry has sailed to new passenger number and vessel visit records this year, with north ports again proving the most popular for sea-borne holidaymakers.
A new initiative is being launched to help Shetland companies cash in on the islands’ booming cruise liner trade.
Booming cashmere specialist Johnstons of Elgin is to open a flagship store in the heart of the Scottish capital’s luxury shopping quarter.
The number of passengers using the main airport in the Outer Hebrides soared to a new monthly record in October, according to figures released by airline Loganair.
There was fresh hope last night that new owners will be found to continue the work of a world-leading Highland subsea training centre that went into administration last month.
Enterprise chiefs are buying £1million worth of snow-making equipment to boost the fortunes of crisis-hit Cairngorm, while the snow sports centre’s funicular is out of action.
More visits by cruise liners, fishing boats and roll-on-roll-off ferries contributed to an 8.4% jump in traffic at Shetland’s main port in the first nine months of this year.
Highland businesses and entrepreneurs are being offered the chance to take part in a free Amazon Academy online masterclass in Inverness.
An annual dance music festival at Cairngorm has become the latest victim of the problems affecting the snow sports centre’s funicular railway.
The importance of international trade has been recognised with a new export business of the year category in the 2019 North East Scotland Food and Drink Awards, which are being launched today.
Royal Bank of Scotland (RBS) posted a rise in third quarter profits yesterday, but suffered a hit to its share price after warning over Brexit.
Increases in business rates for offices in Aberdeen and the north-east will remain capped at a maximum of 12.5% until 2022, the Scottish Government has announced.
A Stonehaven firm which has developed advanced tracking technology for marine vessels has entered into a multi-million-pound partnership to expand its global sales.
The Scottish Government has launched a new economic action plan, which includes an £18 million fund for advanced manufacturing and the piloting of two new “productivity clubs” for businesses.
UK government claims new Fisheries Bill could deliver additional £540 million a year and 5,000 jobs to the industry
Environment Secretary Michael Gove will today launch a new Fisheries Bill, described as a “major milestone” in delivering the UK Government’s pledge to take back control of British waters after Brexit.
A family-run Moray furniture business is planning to take on six more staff after it opens a new outlet three times bigger than its current store.
A chocolatier, an estate agent and a seller of Indian spices are among 11 young Highland entrepreneurs selected to take part in a new business growth programme aimed at helping them develop their enterprises.
Salmon processor Lossie Seafoods has set its sights on further expansion into international markets after securing a £3.2 million funding package.
The Scotch Whisky Association (SWA) has used a leap of more than 10% in the value of international sales to press its case for a duty freeze on Scotland’s national drink in its domestic market.