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Lyte Products produce results in the health, recovery and ongoing performance of horses and other animals

Revolutionary animal health products launched by Fife company

Anstruther-based Lyte Products has launched a revolutionary range of advanced and clinically proven wound and infection therapies for animals.
 
With experts believing that antibiotic resistance in animals will pose a major risk in the future, the company has created products that mirror an animal’s immune systems, working naturally with its body.

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The Landscape Brothers Team

Award-winning Fife landscapers celebrate over a decade of Business Gateway support

The owners of award-winning landscape gardening business Landscape Brothers, who celebrated their tenth anniversary in 2018, have praised Business Gateway Fife for their long-term support.
 
The Kirkcaldy-based business, which was set up in 2008 by brothers Arthur and Simon Krolczyk, was initially called Arthur and Simon Garden Maintenance.

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Daniel Malikzade-Afshar launches Yes!Taxi app

Scotland’s new taxi hailing app steps into the future

A St Andrews student, Daniel Malikzade-Afshar, has brought a new and exciting dimension to the Scottish taxi market as he combines local taxi firms with a sustainable and personal approach. Yes!Taxi is the 21st century taxi app which provides safe, convenient and affordable rides for anyone across Scotland.
 
The third-year theoretical physicist has found a way to bring together flourishing Scottish business and drivers with an innovative approach to taxi services which will open the market while still supporting drivers.

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Film producer, Josh Davie, gets up and running with help from Business Gateway Fife

Far From The Tree Productions, was established by Josh Davie a year ago, to produce film content (short film and feature documentaries) with an engaging creative story.
 
Success has come in the early stages of business, with Josh having co-produced a multi-award-winning short film for an environmental film festival in America.

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Engineering Its Future Expansion

Swan Engineering, which manufactures bespoke equipment for a range of industries, has just completed its biggest contract since its launch in 2010. It manufactured and installed a new potato production line for a global organisation, based in Tayside.
 
The business has grown organically.

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Creating a Vibrant Future in Business

A hobby, creating bespoke soft furnishings for young children, has turned into a full-time interior design business for a young entrepreneur from Balmullo.
 
Terian Tilston stepped in to the world of entrepreneurs with the launch of The Little Brown Bear in 2012, making soft furnishings. At the time, she was working full-time as a trainee solicitor and this was an outlet to channel her creativity.

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Katrina Scott - Boni Hair Extensions

Boni Hair & Beauty

A search to find a hair extension specialist inspired Katrina Scott to set up her own business offering hair extensions and hair loss solutions to women. Six-years on, the 29-year-old has now moved Boni Hair & Beauty into a larger salon in 56 Crossgate, Cupar to cope with growing demand.
 
What does your business do? We specialise in hair extension and hair loss solutions for ladies.

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Carly Greig - with Carly

with Carly

Completing a HypnoBirthingTM course gave Carly Greig the tools she needed to have a more natural and calmer second labour. Inspired by her own experience, she gained a range of qualifications and launched ...with Carly in Crossgates. The business aims
to help soon-to-be mums and new mums get the most out of pregnancy, labour and the early months following birth.
 
How and why did you start in business?
A couple of things have led me down this path.

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Tony Pringle of TP Outdoor Cleaning Services

TP Cleaning Services

At just 22-years-old, Tony Pringle from Cupar set up TP Outdoor Cleaning Services and has clients across Fife, Dundee and Forfar.
 
Q. How and why did you start in business? After leaving school I was unsure as to what I wanted to do career wise. I always had an urge to run my own business but didn’t know how to go about it. I did some landscaping work and enjoyed it, but I decided to go to college and get qualifications.

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