The Broadband Connection Voucher Scheme is a UK Government programme that provides up to £3,000 in grant funding for small and medium sized enterprises to improve their broadband. The scheme is open to any business or charity in Fife with less than 250 employees and less than £50 million annual turnover.
Monday, 28 September 2015
Small Business Saturday is just 3 and a half months away and with your support it's set to be bigger and better than ever!
Tuesday, 25 August 2015
The Herald Scottish Family Business Awards in association with Business Gateway will recognise and reward family businesses of all sizes and all sectors in Scotland.
Many of Scotland’s biggest and best-known businesses have started out as family firms. Some of these big players have continued to grow under family ownership and management, and have become household names, while others have listed on the stock market and made it all the way to the FTSE-100 index.
Thursday, 20 August 2015
Fife Council’s Economic Development Team are looking to help your business to survive and thrive with their Enterprise and Business Development Roadshow, which will take place on the 19th and 20th of August.
The Roadshow will not only provide details on the full range of support services you can access as a tenant of a Fife Council property, it will also provide a few ideas for improving your business. A member of staff from Business Gateway Fife will also be available to discuss what additional support is on on offer.
Friday, 07 August 2015
On Saturday 27th June 2015, Her Majesty’s Lord-Lieutenant officially opened the new Smith Anderson Paper Bag Manufacturing Facility in Kirkcaldy. The company dedicated this special day to local Cancer Care charity Maggie’s Fife, to whom they have donated over £15,000 to in the last two years. Smith Anderson staff have also helped Maggie’s raise thousands more through initiatives like the Big Give, by attending events and participating in the Annual Twilight Walk.
Friday, 10 July 2015
Detailed consent has been granted for the country’s largest green data centre in Fife Scotland.
Plans are now in place for the first of two cloud hosting facilities at Queensway Park in Glenrothes. The first green data centre will cover an area of over 90,000 sq ft and is hoped to be complete towards the end of 2016. Once completed, Queensway Park will be the largest data centre campus in Scotland with a development value approaching £100 million.
Wednesday, 10 June 2015
Tullis Russell Support Event - 6th May at Balbirnie House Hotel, Markinch
Friday, 01 May 2015