Moray businesses are being invited to take part in a programme of events and workshops aimed at inspiring them towards innovation, growth and international trade.
Key support organisations will join together during Moray Business Week from November 10 providing seminars, events, workshops and speakers at venues in Elgin and Forres.
Designed to offer something for everyone regardless of the size and nature of the business the week will cover almost every topic related to stimulating business growth including exporting, developing new markets, digital marketing, accessing finance and young entrepreneurship.
Kicking off the event is guest inspirational speaker Wayne Hemingway, co-founder of British fashion chain Red or Dead which grew from a Camden Market stall in 1982 inspiring the fashion for Doc Martens through to a highly successful business.
Closing the week will be a Moray Chamber of Commerce Business Summit on Friday, November 14.
A full list of events will be announced on 10 October with details of how and where to book.
Spokesperson for the partnership of organisations providing the events is Craig Robertson of Business Gateway, who said: “We hope this week will encourage businesses to seek the support they need to grow. The programme is designed to inspire, entertain and challenge businesses with new ideas and to help them to consider new ways of thinking.
“We would urge businesses not to miss out on this unique opportunity to develop their business and engage directly with the private and public sector in a collaborative, supportive and dynamic environment.”