FIFE Voluntary Action Fund (FVA) is partnering with Thomson Cooper Accountants to celebrate ten years of Fife Business Week at an event on Tuesday 5th November at FVA, Caledonia House, Pentland Park, Glenrothes.
The event this year will provide an insight to how the third sector contributes to the economy and employment in Fife. Kenny Murphy, CEO of FVA, will discuss the role that his organisation plays in building relationships and creating opportunities that benefit Fife community groups and residents.
Kenny commented: “This session will be an excellent opportunity to share the vital role that FVA plays in developing opportunities for our wide and diverse communities in Fife and will demonstrate the many economic benefits the third sector brings to Fife.”
The session will then explore five core principles of governance for the third sector with a financial twist. Thomson Cooper Head of Charities, Fiona Haro, will highlight the key elements that contribute towards running a successful, compliant third sector organisation. This includes board diversity, financials, cloud technology including accounting platforms, Fundraising and timely management information.
To book a place at this free event contact Thomson Cooper Accountants on 01383 628800 or visit www.thomsoncooper.com
The full calendar of events at the tenth anniversary of Fife Business Week which runs from 4th to 8th November can be found at www.fifebusinessweek.co.uk
Hosted by Fife Council’s Economic Development Team and Business Gateway team under the Fife Economy Partnership, Fife Business Week is designed to support businesses to succeed and flourish whilst making Fife the best place to do business.