Enterprise

Four South of Scotland organisations have launched a challenge to companies to find an innovative technological solution to tackling climate change through land use.

Does your business benefit from golf tourism?

Call for papers and participants for an "Arts, Enterprise and Place in the Rural Creative Economy" Conference to take place at Newcastle University on 12 & 13 January 2022.

Scotland’s farms and crofts urged to take part in important survey.

The size and scale of Scotland’s agritourism sector is to be measured for first time in a new annual census of farms, crofts and estates across the country.

The Catalyst Fund is a new type of social investment offering loans through a flexible, revenue-based repayment model.  

Technology leading the way

Technology leading the way – supporting rural communities and businesses.

Applications to the Scottish Council for Development and Industry's Highlands & Islands Excellence Awards close on 7 June.

First Minister sets out priorities for Government.

Scotland’s recovery from the coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic will be driven by an ambitious programme to build a modern, high-tech economy while staying true to enduring values of fairness and compassion, First Minister Nicola Sturgeon has said.

Mobile coverage in some of the most rural parts of Scotland will be improved with an additional £3.75 million investment.

A further nine masts are earmarked for the Scottish Borders, Highlands, Angus and island communities, along with three to replace masts removed earlier this year.

A Business Creation Project designed to develop enterprise skills and encourage business start-up ideas amongst women based in rural areas of Scotland has just finished its first pilot in three target areas.

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