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Enterprise Hub Fife congratulates Kaber Helm as they springboard To larger premises

ENTERPRISE Hub Fife is pleased to announce the departure of its very first tenant, Kaber Helm, who continue to go from strength to strength and are now moving to larger premises at the business incubator in Mitchelston, Kirkcaldy, to accommodate their growing team of software developers.
 
Since opening its doors in May 2017, the Enterprise Hub Fife in Glenrothes has enabled entrepreneurs and early stage businesses to take their first step into an environment through access to office space and hot desking facilities.
 
One of the first to benefit from this was software development specialists, Kaber Helm, who were at that critical stage of needing to grow beyond their office at home when the Hub opened its doors. 
 
The company, which develops bespoke software solutions and apps to revolutionise business processes for clients, had intended to use the hot desking facilities but instead opted to rent one of the office spaces available and haven’t looked back since.
 
Kaber Helm’s Managing Director, Stewart Gray, recalls, “When we discovered Enterprise Hub Fife, we had been working from home and holding team meetings in coffee shops or round the dining room table. We recognised this set up was slowing down our development process and we were looking for an affordable solution where we could get the team together as well as providing a professional environment to invite potential clients to.”
 
Having received ongoing support from the Business Gateway Start-up advisers at the Enterprise Hub, financial guidance from the RBS Business Adviser as well as ongoing mentoring, Kaber Helm have effectively utilised the services on offer to them.
 
Stewart continued, “We’ve been able to achieve so much in the last year and really focus on growing the business. As we take on more staff we feel it’s time to move into bigger offices but we will be forever grateful for the sound advice and opportunities that have been given to us during our time at the Enterprise Hub Fife.”
Pamela Stevenson, Lead Officer with Fife Council Economic Development explained “Funded by the Tullis Russell Fife Task Force, the Enterprise Hub Fife was established with a clear vision of firmly supporting Fife entrepreneurs and start-up businesses with growth ambitions through the early stages to help springboard them onto a sustainable platform for growth. Having worked with Stewart to scope out opportunities, I am delighted to see the company outgrow the Enterprise Hub Fife and progress into commercial business premises and we wish them every success going forward. We are keen to give another Fife entrepreneur or fledgling business the same opportunity and would urge anyone looking to push their business to the next level to get in touch.”
 
To find out more visit www.enterprisehubfife.co.uk or call 0800 254 5200.