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Welcome to the FSB Celebrating Small Business Awards for Scotland

Entering is easier than ever! 
 
Start by selecting the awards you would like to enter. Simply select the desired awards and then scroll to the bottom of the page to submit. 
 
Please complete your entry details by Friday 24 November 2017 

Thursday, 16 November 2017

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Would you like to engage with us in our drafting of our Procurement Strategy?

Do you have involvement (or an interest) in public procurement?  Do you have views on the approach taken to spending public money with third party suppliers?  Do you have any ideas about how we can improve the value for money we get and make the money we spend work even harder?
 

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

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Traditional and Seasonal Decorations Workshop

We'll be using willow and birch twigs to make small decorations suitable for the tree or hanging round the house and garden. Materials and equipment provided. Suitable for age 14+. Bring along your own materials if you like - red, gold, green and tartan ribbon are especially suitable.

Wednesday, 15 November 2017

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Shedding Light on R&D Tax Credits

If your company is continuing a project that seeks an advance in science or technology, you could very well be entitled to "Research and Development Tax Relief (or credit)"...

Thursday, 09 November 2017

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Taking Action to Prevent Litter and Flytipping in Fife

Fife Council is working in partnership with Zero Waste Scotland on a new initiative to tackle litter and flytipping and reduce its impact on the community.  
 
Each year over 15,000 tonnes of litter are discarded in Scotland. This has a substantial impact on Scotland’s environment, economy and communities, and dealing with litter and flytipping costs more than £50 million a year in public money or around £1 million pounds per week. Our local economy and businesses also suffer from the effects of litter.

Thursday, 09 November 2017

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Winners of Social Enterprise Awards Scotland 2017 announced


The winners of Scotland’s annual awards for innovation and success in social enterprise have been announced at an event in The Scottish Parliament.
 
The winner of Social Enterprise of the Year is the Grassmarket Community Project in Edinburgh, Social Enterprise Champion was awarded to Chris Martin of Callander Youth Project and the One to Watch winner is Projekt 42.
Social Enterprise Scotland issued a call for applications earlier in the year, urging Scotland’s innovative social enterprises to demonstrate how they’re improving our economy and society.

Wednesday, 08 November 2017

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Fife Business Week is here!

 

 

FIFE Business Week 2017 is underway!  Starting today, (Monday) this week is packed full of events aimed at inspiring and supporting Fife’s business community. 

 

Monday, 06 November 2017

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Get involved in Developing Fife’s Young Workforce!

New campaign to tackle youth unemployment during Fife Business Week


In the run up to Fife Business Week 2017, 6 -10 November, Fife's Developing the Young Workforce (DYW) Board and Fife Council are launching an ambitious campaign that aims to give young people the possible best chance of a rewarding job in the future.

All businesses, leaders and managers are urged to get involved in the drive to inspire young people.

Wednesday, 01 November 2017

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Training Recruiters of the Future

A Fife recruitment company, which has found personnel for some of the most high-profile construction and manufacturing projects in Scotland, is celebrating its 10th anniversary with a £16M turnover.
 
Since its inception in 2007, Glenrothes-based Blueprint Recruitment has grown into one of the country’s leading technical, construction, administration and engineering recruitment companies.
 
Turning over £1M in year one, the company has hit a £16M turnover as it marks its 10th year in business.
 

Wednesday, 01 November 2017

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