Business leaders to pass on their secrets of success at business masterclass

The Institute of Directors (IoD) Aberdeen branch is organising a business event at which established business leaders will pass on the skills and experience that have helped them in developing their careers.

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New chairman and secretary appointed at IoD Aberdeen

The Institute of Directors (IoD) has appointed a new chairman and secretary to head up its Aberdeen and Grampian branch. Mark McCue takes over from Mike Bowyer as chairman, while Jody Mitchell becomes the new branch secretary. Read More...

‘Responsible Budget largely welcome for business’ says IoD Scotland director

Comment on the Budget from David Watt, Executive Director of the Institute of Directors (IoD) Scotland.

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Scotland’s leaders line up for IoD Director Awards

Some of Scotland’s top executives have been shortlisted for this year’s Director of the Year Awards, to be held in Glasgow on 26 March 2015.  Announced today, a shortlist of 45 Scottish directors will go through to the final stages, competing for awards across 10 key director categories and six regional categories.  Read More...

Two-day programme aims to help people with long-term health conditions

Independent charity Grampian Opportunities is organising a two-day programme in Aberdeen on February 18 and 19 to help people with a long-term health conditions to find the knowledge and information to help them cope. Read More...

Election parties to outline business policy plans

The UK General Election on May 7 looks set to be one of the most fascinating for many years. The Institute of Directors (IoD) is teaming up with ACCA to organise a Westminster Election debate in Dundee on Friday, February 20 – just less 11 weeks before the election.

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Celebrating 800th anniversary of Aberdeen Burgesses charter

Later this month (February) the Burgesses of Guild of the City of Aberdeen will be celebrating the 800th anniversary of the charter granted to them by King Alexander II. It conferred on the guild various privileges and powers which enabled the burgesses to play a key role in the growth and development of Aberdeen over the centuries.

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Autism review panel call Aberdeen school a “centre of excellence”.

Camphill School Aberdeen has received a glowing report from the expert review panel who were re-assessing the school for the internationally recognised Autism Accreditation as the only school in Aberdeen to hold the international standard.

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Highland house prices rise as market continues to strengthen

Figures just released by the Highland Solicitors Property Centre (HSPC), leaders in Highland properties sales for more than 30 years, show that average house prices and total sale value both increased in 2014.

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Scottish business leaders positive about 2015 but concerns continue over oil

Scotland’s business leaders are looking with confidence at the New Year, with an overwhelming majority revealing to the Institute of Directors in Scotland that they intend to grow their business next year.

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IoD Scotland welcomes Government help for North Sea oil and gas industry 

David Watt, Executive Director of IoD Scotland, comments on the oil and gas industry announcement made in Aberdeen by Danny Alexander, Chief Secretary to the UK Treasury, Read More...

Comment on the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement

Comment from David Watt, Executive Director of the Institute of Directors Scotland on the Chancellor’s Autumn Statement. Read More...

Welcome for Gateway Kintore inclusion in plan

Kintore and District Community Council has welcomed today’s decision of the Infrastructure Services Committee of Aberdeenshire Council to include the Gateway Kintore development in the new Local Development plan.

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Problems of Aberdeen’s transport infrastructure spotlighted

The problems of Aberdeen’s transport infrastructure come under the spotlight at the Institute of Directors (IoD) meeting on Tuesday (November 18).

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Aberdeen directors at Director of the Year Awards

Over sixty of the UK’s leading directors from across the country will be in London on Friday (October 24) for the Institute of Directors’ annual Director of the Year Awards Finals.

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Problems of attracting a workforce to Aberdeen

The problems that businesses in the Aberdeen area have in recruiting a workforce will come under the spotlight at the next Institute of Directors (IoD) Aberdeen event on Tuesday, October 28. Read More...

IoD Aberdeen post-referendum business policy event

Institute of Directors (IoD) members in Aberdeen will have a chance to influence the institute’s policy after the referendum at a meeting in Aberdeen, on Wednesday, October 8.

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Developing services to meet changing needs

The latest Camphill School Aberdeen newsletter has been produced to coincide with the school’s Open Day on Saturday, September 20.

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IoD Scotland Referendum result statement

Responding to the ‘No’ result in the Scottish Independence Referendum, the executive director of IoD Scotland, David Watt has pointed out that a new Scotland starts here. He highlighted the need to get together to focus on growth and the economy to deliver the prosperous country we all want.

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Camphill School Aberdeen open day

Camphill School Aberdeen will be holding an Open Day on Saturday, September 20 from 2pm to 5pm at the school’s Camphill campus on Milltimber Brae in the Milltimber area of Aberdeen.

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