There are many business networks in Fife that can help support you as a new business and provide you with the opportunity to meet with other like-minded individuals. Networking is one of the most powerful marketing tactics to accelerate and sustain success for any business. It's all about making connections and building mutually beneficial relationship.
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Below is a list of business networks in Fife
Association of Businesses in Cupar and District
Open to all business sectors in Cupar and area including retail and office based operations. Website: www.abcd-cupar.com
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Business Links Fife
The group is made up of local businesses who work together to create a business networking team who pass business referrals to each other. The group meets weekly over breakfast. www.businesslinksfife.org.uk
Business Network International (BNI)
BNI is a business referral organisation. It operates on a simple philosophy “Givers Gain”. If I give you business you will want to give me business. www.dunfermlinebni.co.uk
Cupar Business Network
This is a forum for co-operation for business of all sizes in the Cupar area, from the one-man tradesman to larger professional and corporate groups. The aims of the group include enabling members to increase their knowledge & business skills as well as share their experience and referrals in a friendly and open way. People wanting to become members of this LinkedIn Group are requested to first attend a monthly meeting to introduce themselves. Meetings are held first Tuesday of the month at Coffee & Kilts, Cupar - https://goo.gl/maps/ezTT9WzEYd62 - starting 8am, usually finished by 9.15am. Details of the LinkedIn Group can be found at https://www.linkedin.com/groups/433969
The Federation of Small Businesses
The Federation of Small Businesses is the UK's largest campaigning pressure group promoting and protecting the interests of the self-employed and owners of small firms. Formed in 1974, it now has over 215,000 members across 33 regions and 230 branches. For more information on member benefits go to: www.fsb.org.uk
Fife Chamber of Commerce
Fife Chamber of Commerce exists to support businesses of all sizes across Fife. It is their role to represent the interests of the members as a whole, to form views on key business issues and to make those views heard in the right places. For more information on member benefits visit: www.fifechamber.co.uk
Fife Construction Forum
Fife Construction Forum has been established to promote the construction industry in Fife. It will provide links between contractors, clients and support agencies and ensure that local companies benefit from the opportunities within Fife. To register go to: www.fifeconstructionforum.com
Fife Women in Business
Fife Women in Business aims to promote a business networking among decision-making women; provide a forum for personal development, shared knowledge and experience in a sociable atmosphere. Web: www.fifewomeninbusiness.com
Food from Fife
The Fife Food Network is a non-profit organisation set up to promote food production and food-tourism in Fife. It is intended to give participating businesses an opportunity to build on the "Food from Fife" brand, and to help promote business within Fife and further afield.
Green Business Fife
Launched in March 2007 by Fife Council. It aims to help local businesses achieve resource efficiency gains which will boost their competitiveness and minimise their environmental impact. To register go to: www.greenbusinessfife.co.uk
Institute of Directors
The key role for the IoD is to support and encourage all efforts to further economic growth in Scotland. It has a membership of 2000+ throughout Scotland. Members are at senior level and represent corporate/SMEs/R&D/rural and urban etc. For further information please see the website: www.iod.com
This is a new networking evening in Dunfermline being run as a partnership between The Vine and IT Turning Point. Information available on www.twitter.com
St. Andrews Business Club
Whether you’re new to the area, a long-established business or simply interested in the local economy, St Andrews Business Club is for you. We organise a range of events, guest speakers and visits to local organisations – all for a very modest annual fee. It’s a great way of meeting like-minded people in an informal and friendly atmosphere. Website: www.businessclub.standrews.co.uk
What's My Business Networking
What's My Business Networking is like no other networking group you'll find in Fife.
What's My Business Network is aimed at SME's & Sole Traders who would like to be part of a group whose members support and challenge each other. We have a weekly theme which not only helps us to think on our feet, but also means that we are able to describe our businesses in many different ways. Meeting every Tuesday at 9.00am to 10.00am at Dine @ 29, Bruce Street, Dunfermline, we operate on a one member per trade/business basis. For more details, go to www.whatsmybusiness.org.uk
Fife Networking Group
Fife Networking Group is a weekly referral networking meeting, where local business owners get together to help each other's businesses grow through referrals, introductions and advice.