The Enterprise Hub Fife has launched an innovative new Start-Up Club designed to provide businesses in the early stages of growth, with a facility where they can access additional support, business training courses and network with like-minded business owners.
Originally established in spring of last year, the Enterprise Hub Fife provides flexible workspace in a unique environment which encourages entrepreneurial spirit and business collaboration.
Led by Fife Council’s Economic Development team, working alongside Business Gateway Fife and the Royal Bank of Scotland, the Enterprise Hub Start-Up Club will offer weekly surgeries to enable business owners access to free advice and support.
Business Gateway Fife will be running dedicated surgeries for young entrepreneurs every Tuesday, as well as having a Start-Up Business Advisor located at the Enterprise Hub to support the businesses based in the Hub offices, as well as those using the Hot Desking Facilities.
The Royal Bank of Scotland is also running weekly Business Surgeries to enable businesses access to the expertise and experience provided by their dedicated Business Growth Enabler.
In addition, the Start-Up Club is running monthly training sessions which will focus on the key issues and challenges being faced by companies looking to achieve their growth objectives.
Members of the Start-Up Club will also receive priority access to the office facilities as they become available and receive a discount on the hot desking facilities within the Hub.
Pamela Stevenson, Lead Officer, of Enterprise and Business Development commented “When the Enterprise Hub was created, its objective was to provide enterprising individuals, start-ups with growth aspirations and growing businesses, access to a flexible facility which encourages collaboration and networking.”
Pamela continued, “We have had a fantastic response to the facilities and the Enterprise Hub Start-Up club is the next phase in helping businesses in the early stages of growth to access advice, training and support which is available through partners such as Business Gateway Fife and the Royal Bank of Scotland.”