A free event is taking place in Inverness next for businesses interested in exporting to the US.
Isle of Raasay Distillery is expanding its facilities in advance of the launch of its first single malt whisky next year.
Fort William aluminium smelter bosses have said plans for a £120 million car wheel plant on the site are moving more slowly than they had hoped, with Brexit uncertainty playing a part.
Early plans for the Sutherland vertical launch space port were nodded through to the next stage by Highland councillors yesterday.
Spaceport developers in the Highlands have privately admitted they have “very little” room for delays in the project schedule if they are to “deliver it on time”.
A Highland firm which claimed the government acted unlawfully in giving taxpayers’ money to a competitor has lost its £25 million legal action in Scotland’s highest civil court.
The mutual benefits of businesses building bonds with their local communities in the Highlands and Islands and Moray is the focus of a new initiative being rolled out across the area.
A social enterprise in Dingwall has started its own gin production as part of a £222,860 investment.
Staff at the Highlands and islands’ largest independent television production company have been given a stake in its future after it became an employee-owned business.
Plans for a spaceport in Sutherland, which could generate 400 jobs throughout the Highlands, have taken off.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has said it is “back on track” after having to delay paying its bills during a two month spell because of “exceptional pressure” on its cash flow.
A funding boost for a Moray video production company has been described as “quantum leap” to help it expand further into the American market.
An official report has cast doubt on how rising costs of a multi-million pound plans to build a spaceport in Sutherland will be met.
A project to evaluate the suitability of Shetland’s northernmost island as a location to launch rockets using air balloons has been given a £15,000 boost.
Eden Court's investigations into the possibility of expanding its main theatre to accommodate blockbuster shows was welcomed yesterday by Highland councillors.
World-leading research to continue as UHI purchases Inveness’ Centre for Health Sciences in £9.8million deal
The University of the Highlands and Islands (UHI) has agreed a multi-million-pound takeover of the Centre for Health Science in Inverness.
Campaigners fighting to restore access to a Moray beach have been boosted by the possibility they may get a £200,000 cash injection.
An Aberdeen firm has been awarded more than £32,000 to develop ways to measure the level of whisky in a barrel using ultrasound technology.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) and Business Gateway have appointed Aberdeen-based business support organisation Elevator to run the first, fully funded business accelerator in Moray.
Aspiring entrepreneurs and business owners across Moray are being invited to apply for a new 13-week training programme designed to fast-track their growth and success.
A young Highland entrepreneur is embarking on a £64,000 expansion of his business, creating three new jobs in a Wester Ross hamlet.
Proposals have emerged for a £3.5 million food and drink technology centre to be developed in the Highlands.
A "talent attraction manager" will offer expert advice which could ease the staffing crisis in Moray's health services.
German wind energy company Enercon is to open a “flagship” Scottish distribution and training facility employing 20 people at Inverness Airport Business Park (IABP) early next year.
The Highlands & islands and Moray are an “ideal living laboratory” for aviation and aerospace testing, the UK Government has been told.
A new Highlands and Islands Enterprise manager charged with attracting talented people to Moray has been appointed.
Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has said an HM Revenue and Customs (HMRC) review of its VAT recovery practices, which has been under way for the past 20 months, will be “valuable” in updating its methods.
Queen’s Birthday Honours: CBE for HIE chairman for his contribution to economic and community development
The chairman of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) has been made a Commander of the British Empire in recognition of his contribution to economic and community development in Scotland.
Scottish Government auditors are investigating the ability of Highlands and Islands Enterprise (HIE) to run the Cairngorm ski area and questioning the organisation’s valuation of the resort’s failed funicular railway.
Almost 500 companies in the Highlands and islands have said they believe Brexit presents a “significant risk” to their business.
Spaceport developers in the Highlands have received “several” bids from film-makers who are keen to follow the project for a TV documentary.
Thirty young people from the Highlands and Finland will gather in Aviemore today to explore how to attract the next generation of development leaders.