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Peter Wood of St Andrews Wine Company has revolutionised his business by taking it online.
Peter founded St Andrews Wine Company in 2012, which brings together small, family run, organic and unknown producers. As well as his shop on Bell Street, St Andrews, he’s seen a month-on-month increase in online sales following the introduction of an industry first - virtual wine tastings.
Daniel Gardner Electrical Contractor is celebrating winning its largest ever single contract.
The contract sees Daniel Gardner Electrical Contractor deliver the entire electrical installation for a long-standing Agricultural client’s food hub development.
The win was a fitting end to a very busy 12 months for the business.
The business is committed to outstanding customer service with continued investment in staff and expansion of its team; launch of a completely redesigned website and operational management system.
Scotcomms Technology Group (STG) is one of the UK’s leading transaction system companies, which through its principal brand product, TeamCard, delivers access management solutions to stadia and events across the UK.
Much of its business to date has come through recommendations, but the decision to grow and diversify into event management, has brought about the need to implement a detailed marketing and PR strategy.
An innovative Fife company, My Golf Ranking, recently sought the support of Business Gateway Fife and not only benefited from being sign posted to available funding but also received a host of other support services to help build it’s online platform for golfers worldwide.
MyGolfRanking is the only online ranking system for golf clubs and golfers to rank performance. Having started off with 7000 subscribers in 2012, the website now boasts 245,000 members in the accurate ranking system.
A local wholesale nursery and garden centre is on target to increase its turnover by 20-30% after taking advantage of Business Gateway Fife’s Expert Help programme.
Aimed at local businesses that need support to overcome specific challenges, the scheme matches eligible business owners with experts in areas such as social media, website development, and search engine optimisation to help grow their enterprise.
Fife Investment Fund Helps Support Extensive Refurbishment
Townhill is the headquarters of Waterski and Wakeboard Scotland, which has undergone an extensive refurbishment and renovation of its facilities. At a cost of £180,000 the centre has been modernised to provide accessibility for all users – children and adults who use the facility to learn, train, coach and develop skills; as well as the creation of a contemporary glazed extension overlooking the Loch.
Key-Tech Electronic Systems Ltd is celebrating its 21st year in business. Looking ahead to the future, there are noteworthy opportunities, which the Kirkcaldy-based business is seeking to maximise following significant investment.
Key-Tech Electronic Systems Ltd, a privately owned sub-contract manufacturer of electromechanical equipment, invested £500,000 in two new Yamaha Modular Surface Mount machines at the beginning of the year, to advance its production ambitions as it seeks to target new markets and projects.
A Dunfermline dentist has invested £650k to create a state-of-the art dental practice that opened on Wednesday, June 8th.
Stephanie Kerk and her husband, Peter Robertson, who have accessed support from Business Gateway Fife, worked with a dental architect in Germany to design The Linden Tree Dental Lounge at 3 George Square, Castle Brae.
The business, which is named after a tree that symbolises community, health and longevity, has created four jobs and offers cutting-edge dental solutions, including alternative techniques pioneered in Stephanie’s home country, Germany.