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February 4, 2021
Keeping You Informed – 4th Feb 2021
Below you will find the latest updates on Business Gateway Webinars, Inverness Castle, B&B/Self Caterers Petition, Northern Innovation Hub and The Academy Food and Drink Partnership
Discover The Academy by the Scotland Food and Drink Partnership from HIE
‘The Academy is a unique, market-focused, and commercially orientated training programme that helps Scottish food and drink businesses – at every stage of their growth journey – sell themselves, build their brands and thrive in grocery and foodservice markets.’
Full information can be found here.
Fairness for Self Catering & B&B petition
If you are interested in adding you name to the Fairness for Scottish Hospitality Accommodation Sector petition you can do here.
‘Struggling guest houses, B&Bs, and self-catering businesses in Scotland are being denied the £6000 top-up grant given to other business types of exactly the same non-domestic rateable value in Hospitality, Retail, and Leisure, with no equal replacement funding in place. We want this remedied.’
Free Webinars from Business Gateway
Business Gateway has been releasing webinars and tutorials from across Scotland to help businesses through COVID-19.
There is a wealth of information and knowledge available for free – from business planning to marketing and tax returns to employee wellbeing.
We would highly recommend looking through the upcoming webinars and pre-recorded tutorials. There is useful information there for your business to use.
Look through the webinars and tutorials here.
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