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Innovation in Manufacturing to be Showcased during Fife Business Week

MANUFACTURERS in Fife will have a great opportunity to see innovative technologies in action at an event being held during Fife Business Week on Thursday, 7th November at Fife College’s Stenton Campus in Glenrothes.
 
This important session will showcase the existing advanced manufacturing, innovation and digital technologies and training capabilities currently in the College as well as new technologies coming soon so businesses can see how FIFE can support their operation and people.  It will also challenge people to consider where they want their business to be, the

Monday, 14 October 2019

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Maleficent is Cupar vintage specialist’s fairy godmother again

The movie props success story of Cupar vintage specialist Scaramanga continues today with the release of Disney fairytale sequel Maleficent: Mistress of Evil – the second in the franchise to feature their products.
 
The latest chapter of its business fairytale began in June last year when the firm received an order from props buyers for the dark fairytale sequel for 10 padlocks - eight antique and two reproduction.

Monday, 14 October 2019

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New eco-friendly pop-up shops to support Fife crafters in the run up to Christmas

Fife crafters are being given an exclusive opportunity to showcase their creative talents in the lead up to Christmas, thanks to a new initiative being rolled out by Health Food & More in Kirkcaldy.
 
They are being offered free space within the St Clair Street health store to host one-off pop-up shops to exhibit and sell their unique, handmade and eco-friendly products.
 
The first pop-up shop to be hosted by the independent retailer, which sells vegan foods, health supplements, and eco-friendly household products, will take place this weekend

Thursday, 10 October 2019

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Prepare for Brexit - Webinars

Essential Brexit webinars have been scheduled by Scottish Enterprise to run next week. The webinars are free to register with and will cover the following topics:

WEBINAR – Prepare for Brexit, Staff & Human Resources

People are the beating heart of any business and in the context of Brexit businesses must do all they can to make their EU national employees feel valued. This is important at both an individual business level and in the context of the Scottish economy.

Thursday, 03 October 2019

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QFi Roofline get Website Boost with help of Business Gateway Fife

QFi Roofline gets Boost with new Website with help of Business Gateway Fife

Business Gateway Fife assists businesses across the region, providing access to free business support services. From established businesses employing hundreds of people, to growth firms expanding their markets, and to new businesses developing innovative ideas for products and services, Business Gateway Fife delivers invaluable assistance, which helps drive success, create jobs and boost the local economy. 

Tuesday, 01 October 2019

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Sephra moves to new premises

Sephra Moves to new Premises Having Outgrown Previous Facility

Having outgrown its previous facility,  Sephra has moved to new premises on Denburn Road, Kirkcaldy, as it focuses on continued growth.

Tuesday, 01 October 2019

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CREO ENGINEERING GETS BLS SUPPORT

Glenrothes-based mechanical engineering business, CREO Engineering has set up in business with funding support from Business Loans Scotland (BLS), a consortium of Scotland’s Local Authorities, set up to manage loan funds from £25,000 to £100,000 for new and growing Scottish SMEs.
 

Tuesday, 01 October 2019

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INTERFACE SUPPORTS HEALTHCARE INNOVATION

McCormack Innovation has been utilising the expertise of Interface, which connects businesses to academics, to test the biomaterials for use in its soluble wound dressing.

Tuesday, 01 October 2019

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JAMES PENMAN BENEFITS FROM AIA INCREASE

JAMES PENMAN BENEFITS FROM AIA INCREASE

Kirkcaldy’s James Penman (Plant Hire) Limited has been making the most out of a temporary increase in the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA) limit to invest in equipment and further capacity. 

Tuesday, 01 October 2019

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Have Your Say on Subsidised Passenger Transport Services

Fife council spends £22million every year on transport, to help people travel around Fife - but they'd like you to help them explore whether they could do anything differently to meet people’s needs and get the best possible value from limited budgets. Join the conversation / debate and help to shape Fife's future...
 

Thursday, 26 September 2019

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