WITH SEVERAL EVENTS already sold out local businesses of all sizes are being urged to snap up remaining places at Moray Business Week events which begin today.
Under the theme ‘Connect Digitally – Grow Globally’, Moray Business Week 2017 will run from today until Wednesday, November 15 and is supporting Moray businesses to explore how new technology is shaping the workplace and how we do business.
Events such as a seminar, with lunch, on Friday, November 10 on the Fourth Industrial Revolution will look at how the rapid advances in connectivity, data, artificial intelligence and robotic are transforming business.
Presented by David Howie of the Scottish Manufacturing Advisory Service (SMAS), this two hour seminar will help you explore the challenges and opportunities this revolution brings.
Employee development supports business growth and development and Monday’s event, CPD and Skills for Growth, will help you choose the most suitable course for your employees skills, analysis of your business as well as the financial support available. The event is a collaboration between Moray College UHI and Skills Development Scotland.
A few places are still left for the Moray Chamber of Commerce Tourism awards lunch on Wednesday, November 15 to be held at Elgin Golf club. All but three of the events are free to attend (although attendees must register in advance) and are being held in Forres and Elgin.
More details and tickets are available through:
Partner organisations involved in Moray Business Week are: Business Gateway; Moray College UHI; Moray Chamber of Commerce; Moray Council; Highlands and Islands Enterprise; Moray Economic Partnership; Skills Development Scotland; Embrace Elgin (BID) and Forres Area Community Trust.