Friday 20th May saw the Highland business community dust off their best black-tie attire and make their way to The Drumossie Hotel for the first Highland Business Dinner in three years. The audience heard from Master of Ceremonies Liam Christie and Inverness Chamber President and Partner at Ledingham Chalmers, Andrew Stott, who addressed the key issues facing local businesses. This year’s guest speaker was accomplished film and television writer, former barrister and award-winning journalist, Clive Coleman, who gave a wonderfully entertaining talk. The night was rounded off with a charity auction which saw a total of £3,680 raised for charity Adopt-A-Child.
Thank you to Ness Walk, Yellow Cherry, The Drumossie, Frank Nicol Farm & Garden Machinery Ltd, Tweed Wealth Management, Redelk Design and MonsterFest who donated prizes for the night.
Further thanks go to the event sponsors Highlands and Islands Enterprise, Developing the Young Workforce Inverness & Central Highland, Fibre1 and The Tomatin Distillery Co.
Photos courtesy of Ewen Weatherspoon.