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Enterprising pupils at Highland school win top design award


By Alasdair Fraser

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The Driftwood logo which impressed the judges.
The Driftwood logo which impressed the judges.

Budding entrepreneurs from Inverness High School landed a national design award for their company logo.

Highland Driftwood took first prize in the Young Enterprise Scotland’s (YES) team programme logo competition.

Designed by team member Connor Walker after a research trip to a local beach, the logo ties in with Highland Driftwood’s line of household products made from natural, eco-friendly salvaged materials.

Highland Driftwood team members Joe Forbes, Craig Mundie, Brandon Platt, Nikola Strzelecka, Tasmin Platt, Joshua Johnston, Natasha Peach and Connor Watson.
Highland Driftwood team members Joe Forbes, Craig Mundie, Brandon Platt, Nikola Strzelecka, Tasmin Platt, Joshua Johnston, Natasha Peach and Connor Watson.

Chairwoman of YES Highland and Moray, Linda Thomas, said: "We are very proud of Highland Driftwood for their design flair.

"The teams who take part in Young Enterprise programmes always impress us with their hard work and creativity but keeping a business going during a pandemic requires an extra level of resilience and tenacity.

"Our teams have not disappointed."

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