New Directors for Lyth Arts Centre
Lyth Arts Centre appoints two new directors.
Lyth Arts Centre appoints two new directors.
Harper Macleod, one of Scotland's leading law firms, has hit a landmark figure of having 20 lawyers based in its Inverness office and has ambitions to grow further.
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce have welcomed another set of strong quarterly labour market figures from the ONS, which show Scotland outpacing London to record the highest growth in employment rate in the UK since April 2017. The UK jobless figure of 4.3% is the lowest since 1975.
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce welcomes the thrust of the Scottish Government’s 2017-18 Programme for Government, and applauds its ambition “to be the inventor and the producer, not just a consumer, of the innovations that will shape the lives of our children and grandchildren”.
A tidal power station in the Pentland Firth between mainland Scotland and Orkney has broken the world record for electricity generation, the company behind it has announced.
Scotland’s newest ice plant has been officially opened by Cabinet Secretary for the Rural Economy & Connectivity Fergus Ewing.
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce (SCC), in partnership with the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC), and the Association of German Chambers of Commerce (DIHK) have today (Monday) called for UK and EU negotiators to put a clear focus on our shared economic interests as Brexit talks reconvene in Brussels.
Highland and Islands Airports Limited (HIAL) is now offering training in a range of areas to businesses and individuals across the region. HIAL has provided training in fire-fighting, fire safety, first aid, driving and many more and are now rolling out both individual courses and ‘bundled’ courses to meet local…
Scottish Chambers of Commerce welcomes the Barclay Review Recommendations as a step in the right direction to improve the operations of Business Rates in Scotland and to stimulate business growth and investment.
Commenting on the Home Secretary's decision to ask the independent Migration Advisory Committee to evaluate the present and future impacts of migration on the UK, Liz Cameron, Chief Executive, Scottish Chambers of Commerce, said:
Lego-building specialists Brick to the Past has unveiled their construction in Caithness Horizons visitor centre in Thurso to help Caithness Broch Project (CBP) promote the area’s history.
Dunnet Bay Distillers in running for Rural Business Award.
Healthy business performance clouded by falling real incomes and recruitment challenges.
Enerpro looking for skilled staff to work on Hartlepool contract
More pontoons have been installed at Scrabster to accommodate the rising number of pleasure craft sailing into the area.
A major new project to inspire the next generation of designers by tapping into Scotland’s unique heritage will come to Caithness.
A new survey conducted across the UK by the British Chambers of Commerce has highlighted business’s need for stability in terms of our trading relationship with the EU, regardless of the state of negotiations at the time of the UK’s exit from the EU in March 2019.
Commenting on the publication of data which shows that Scotland’s economy grew by 0.8% in the first quarter of 2017, Scottish Chambers of Commerce have welcomed the return to strong growth.
HelCat is completing its expansion plans on the back of a £60,000 loan secured from from HSBC bank.
North Lands Creative Glass has recently completed a major re-structuring ahead of an exciting development phase. This will consolidate and build on its unique position as an international centre dedicated to the study and development of glass as an art form, whilst subsuming a wider remit for the creative industries…
NorthStar Consultancy is proud to announce its recognition as a licensed British Institute of Innkeeping training centre, delivering training and qualifications for Scottish Certificate for Personal Licence Holders (SCPLH) at SCQF Level 6. We will be running monthly training workshops in the Naver Business Centre, Thurso, commencing July 2017.
Scottish Chambers of Commerce has welcomed today’s publication of the second phase report of the Scottish Government’s Enterprise and Skills Review. However, it has called for close scrutiny of the new agency structure’s achievements over the coming years to ensure quick and effective progress.
Up to £1 million to go towards project
The Bank of England is walking a very narrow line on monetary policy and a rise in interest rates may come sooner rather than later following the narrow vote to maintain interest rates at 0.25% and the onus is now on Government to take steps to bolster demand and investment.
Scottish Chambers of Commerce have welcomed the news that Scottish unemployment fell by 17,000 and employment rose by 14,000 in the three months to April, but has called for continued action to make sure that this trend continues in future.