Events attract visitors, boost a town’s reputation, and build a positive image of the town, says our columnist.
Nairn BID knows the ballot for five more years was a close call.
If businesses work together, they can ensure a productive and exciting five years, says our columnist.
One member said that even if there wasn’t anything else, levy would be worth it for the Christmas lights and the switch-on event, says our columnist.
It’s often asked what Nairn BID is and what it does directly for the businesses, says our columnist.
Thinking about Nairn without Nairn BID doesn’t make sense to us, says our columnist.
Nairn BID’s remit is to work with local businesses and the community, making Nairn a place to visit and shop and do business.
New shops are opening in the seaside town, providing an air of anticipation says Nairn BID's Lucy Harding.
Whatever central and local government throws at businesses, Nairn BID vows to campaign on their behalf.
Nairn BID's manager says there are positives – but not related to this.
Happy New Year! And what a year lies ahead with Nairn BID now heading towards the end of its current five-year term.
The manager of Nairn BID discusses all the events that the town can look forward to this year.