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Kirkcaldy takes a good look at finance during Fife Business Week

Kirkcaldy events during Fife Business Week take a good look at finance and how to keep control of your business.

With events on how to keep good staff well rewarded by Carters Accountants and how to keep control of your business by HW Berry on 9th November and how to raise finance from a bank by the Bank of Scotland on 13th and 15th November, there is plenty for local businesses to consider. 

Wednesday, 31 October 2012

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Methil hosts “Cash for Carbon” event during Fife Business Week

Businesses are invited to come along to a “Cash for Carbon” workshop in The Hydrogen Office in Methil to hear how a new programme has already identified cost savings of £1.2 million.

The scheme is aimed at SMEs and the free, half day event on Wednesday14th November is an informal introduction to how it all works.  Attendees will meet staff from Carbon Trust Scotland and Green Business Fife to hear more about how they can get advice and support.

The workshop runs from 9am to 12.30pm with a networking lunch.

Wednesday, 31 October 2012

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Collaboration with University could add competitive edge to business

Joint opportunities for academia and business showcased in Fife Business Week

“Businesses can benefit commercially through collaboration with academia,” according to Dr Ewan Chirnside, Director of the Knowledge Transfer Centre at the University of St Andrews. 

Wednesday, 31 October 2012

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Fife Economy Partnership Announces Third Fife Business Week Special focus on helping Fife businesses to succeed

Chris Parr, chair of the Fife Economy Partnership, has announced that the third Fife Business Week will have a special focus on helping Fife businesses to succeed.  Following the success of the business week initiative over the past two years the programme for the 2012 event is designed to highlight Partnership’s ambition to see the local economy continue to flourish.

Tuesday, 25 September 2012

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East of Scotland Investment Fund Clocks up £1 million of Support

 

Enterprise Minister encouraged by success of Fund to help SMEs access finance Jobs, sales, and exports secured as a result of the funding

Funding to help the refurbishment of a derelict Dunfermline building to provide up to 14 new full time jobs and a state of the art childcare facility marks the first £1million of support from the East of Scotland Investment Fund. 

Wednesday, 19 September 2012

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