Calling for businesses to get involved in the Highland Spotlight exhibition as Highland Business Week returns next month

Highlands Flagship Event, Kingsmills Hotel, Inverness…..Photo: Callum Mackay. Image number..

As the highly anticipated Highland Business Week returns next month for the first time in three years, the organizers are calling on anyone interested in getting involved to contact us now!

Hosted by the Inverness Chamber of Commerce, the week-long event will be an opportunity to network and build business-to-business relationships.

A focal point of the week is the Highland Spotlight exhibition, which gives local businesses, charities and organizations a chance to showcase themselves and connect with others.

If you want to get a booth at this year’s event, take this as your sign to do so!

Macleod & MacCallum (aka Mac&Mac) is a seasoned stand builder at Highland Spotlight because he enjoys making the most of the event and the business relationship opportunities.

Speaking of Highland Spotlight, Peter Mason, Managing Director of Macleod & MacCallum, said: “Macleod & MacCallum have been attending Highland Spotlight for several years and it’s great to see it return after an enforced absence.

“It’s a great opportunity to build new business relationships and catch up on existing ones, and gives our teams the opportunity to promote the full range of legal and real estate services we can provide.”

“Highland Spotlight offers a unique opportunity to establish business-to-business connections and identify future business partners for the projects we have in the pipeline.

“It’s a great opportunity to meet other traders in a face-to-face environment, which is increasingly rare in the online age.

“If you are considering coming to Highland Spotlight I would have no hesitation in recommending it as it is the only event in the Highlands where you can find so many businesses represented under one roof, and it has always proven extremely useful and enjoyable event that everyone at Macleod & MacCallum is looking forward to attending.

For others, Highland Spotlight is a new venture and the 2022 event will be the first they attend.

This is the case of the charity Care and Learning Alliance (CALA) based in Inverness.

They look forward to their first experience.

Ronald Mackay, Head of Business Development and Communications at CALA, said: “We are delighted to have the opportunity to be part of

the event this year.

“We want to raise awareness of the varied and high quality work we do at Highland.

“We look forward to the opportunity to discuss and build mutually beneficial relationships across a wide range of sectors, to explore the potential for collaborative approaches to meet community and business needs for child care and family services.

“Access to high quality services for children and families is vital for all communities to thrive and as a leading third sector childcare organisation, we offer a one-stop approach to a wide range quality early learning and child care, family support and training services .

“Our team is continually looking for new and innovative ideas that we can use in the future.

“Come visit our exhibit where our staff will be on hand to share information with you about the high quality, solution-oriented services we provide for children and families.”

If you would like to book a stand at Highland Spotlight you can contact [email protected]

Only stands booked before August 26th are guaranteed to be featured in the Highland Spotlight show guide.

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