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Ryan Kirk

Fashion Label Hopes To Grow With Business Gateway Fife

Fashion designer Ryan Kirk (24), from Crossgates, studied at the illustrious Heriot Watt School of Textiles & Design. On graduating in 2015, he launched his own label and immediately dressed one of the X-Factor finalists.
 
What do your business do? I am a fashion designer, producing ‘made-to-order’ items from my collection.

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How Business Gateway Helped Andrew Build His Fabby Business

When Andrew Traub was looking to start his furniture upcycling business in 2013, the former Celtic and Clyde footballer looked to Business Gateway Fife to help get The Fabby Furniture Company moving.

“It was always an ambition of mine  to start and run my own business, and I am so glad that I did,” said Andrew.

“Starting and growing any venture presents many challenges but the support from Business Gateway Fife has been fantastic.

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SCOONIE KILTS HAS SUCCESS ALL SEWN UP

A love of sewing and a chance conversation about kilt making spurred Alison Christie to learn how to make a traditional kilt and ultimately set up her own business.

With support from Business Gateway Fife, the 50-year-old, from Leven, launched Scoonie Kilts in 2015, specialising in bespoke handstitched traditional tailored kilts and Highland dancewear, in addition to purses, scarves, shawls and bags.

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