Caithness and Lochaber confirmed for Norwegian style learning centres
Young people in Caithness and Lochaber will be among the first in Scotland to benefit from new Norwegian style learning centres. The centres are aimed at helping young people pursue careers in science, technology, engineering, maths and digital (STEMD). They are being developed by the Science Skil...Read More about Caithness and Lochaber confirmed for Norwegian style learning centres
Businesses on trend at Highlands and Islands digital conference
More than 250 businesses and community groups are getting together with local ...
Region’s companies shortlisted for Scottish Export Awards
Five companies from the Highlands and Islands have been shortlisted for the HS...
Wave Energy Scotland Seeks New Advisors
Leading wave energy development body, Wave Energy Scotland (WES), is seeking t...
New raft of funding for marine tourism
Three public agencies have joined forces to establish Scotland as a top global...
Moray joint venture inspired by Can Do Scale
Two Moray businessmen launched a new joint venture after HIE recommended they ...
Shetland engineering company's £1.1m expansion
HIE contributes £420,000 to support the company’s innovative development for e...
World class speakers lined up for XpoNorth
Scotland's premier creative industries conference and showcase, XpoNorth, is s...
Glasgow School of Art campus opens
The Glasgow School of Art’s new campus in Moray has been formally opened. T...
World first for Moray boat builder
A Moray based boat builder is to become the first in the world to build and su...
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Get fresh talent in your business with placement
HIE has placement programmes to bring fresh talent, skills and knowledge into orga...Read More about Get fresh talent in your business with placement
£3m investment in wave energy projects
Ten wave energy development projects have been awarded a total of £3 million by Wa...Read More about £3m investment in wave energy projects
Turbine named after Calum Davidson, Director of Energy and Low Carbon
The 2nd turbine to be deployed on the MeyGen project name ‘The Calum Davidson’....Read More about Turbine named after Calum Davidson, Director of Energy and Low Carbon
Gearing up for Shetland Business Week
First Shetland Business Week to take place 25 February - 4 March.Read More about Gearing up for Shetland Business Week
Discovering History, Heritage and Archaeology
The Year of History, Heritage and Archaeology runs throughout 2017. Work will bu...Read More about Discovering History, Heritage and Archaeology
£3m funding for Science Skills Academy
£3 million approved for full business case of Science Skills Academy as part of th...Read More about £3m funding for Science Skills Academy
£6.5m agreed for Orkney research and innovation campus
Plans for a multi-million pound research and innovation campus in Stromness in Ork...Read More about £6.5m agreed for Orkney research and innovation campus
Success for region’s companies at prestigious awards
Two of the seven categories in this year’s Scottish Enterprise Life Science Awards...Read More about Success for region’s companies at prestigious awards
500 bookings for first Argyll Enterprise Week
More than 500 places have been booked for free workshops, seminars and other events taking place...Read More about 500 bookings for first Argyll Enterprise Week
State Aid public consultation issued for CBS projects
Community Broadband Scotland (CBS) is carrying out a series of State Aid public consultations to...Read More about State Aid public consultation issued for CBS projects
CNPA board considers strategy for Cairngorm & Glenmore
Enhancing the conservation value and the visitor experience at Cairngorm and Glenmore is at the ...Read More about CNPA board considers strategy for Cairngorm & Glenmore
Finishing touches made to Fort William shoreline project
New onshore facilities at Fort William’s waterfront are being used by cruise ship passengers for...Read More about Finishing touches made to Fort William shoreline project
Marine focus for Lochaber leisure business
Work has started on a £261,000 tourism development on the shores of Loch Linnhe.Read More about Marine focus for Lochaber leisure business
Oil and gas decommissioning action plan launched
A new decommissioning action plan launched today (Wednesday 21 December) by Highlands and Island...Read More about Oil and gas decommissioning action plan launched