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Fife Business Week

Cooper Software Delivers Successful NetSuite Breakfast Seminar

As part of the 2015 Fife Business Week programme of events, Cooper Software held a successful NetSuite breakfast seminar on Tuesday 10th November, targeted at SMEs.

The free to attend session was presented by Dean Gardner, Cooper Software’s Director of Strategic Projects and Shane Harris, one of the company’s specialist ERP Consultants and was attended by 12 representatives from local businesses, covering a variety of industry sectors.

“It was a very useful to see how all your systems could be integrated into one solution.” - David Schuster, Managed IT Experts

Friday, 13 November 2015

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Fife Group - Warehousing Key for International Expansion

Fit-for-purpose warehousing key for Scottish businesses planning to expand internationally in 2016

Efficient warehousing is essential for successful exporting and will be key for Scottish businesses planning to expand internationally in 2016, according to a Fife firm, which has helped to facilitate international trade for a number of companies in the Kingdom thanks to its storage solutions.

Tuesday, 10 November 2015

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Accounts In The Cloud – But Feet On The Ground

How to keep business finance streamlined

From music to money, the answer seems to lie in the Cloud.  Three events during Fife Business Week are addressing how business accounting with cloud computing is the way ahead for speed, access and real-time information.

Steven Mackie of M&S Accountancy and Taxation said:

Monday, 02 November 2015

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Social Media – The Highs, The Lows, The Legals

Fife Business Week events take a close look at how to get the best out of social media in business

Communicating with your customers is core to good business and social media seems to be the perfect answer. But what happens when it doesn’t help sell products or your employees say the wrong thing?  A series of workshops explores the problems and opportunities during Fife Business Week.

Thursday, 29 October 2015

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Improving The Business of Tourism in Fife

Improving the business of tourism – Fife Business Week looks at provenance, profit and tax

Great service and locally sourced food are two well-recognised ingredients of successful tourism.  Both will be on the menu on 11th November as seminar guests hear about WorldHost customer service and savour a buffet using local Fife produce.  Zest Café in St Andrews is amongst the first Fife businesses to achieve WorldHost accreditation. 

Tuesday, 27 October 2015

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Funding & The Law - Key Principles for Good Business

The Law and Money - Key Principles for Good Business

Events during Fife Business Week in Kirkcaldy, Glenrothes and St Andrews are addressing the vital topics of law and money.  Regardless of whether you are a co-operative, social enterprises or incorporated company there are seminars to suit.

Tuesday, 27 October 2015

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Cyber Attacks On The Up - Make Sure Your Business Is Secure

Cyber crime should be top of the agenda for businesses, says security expertUnderstanding the hacker workshop kicks off Fife Business Week

“With daily headlines about cyber attacks on business, no one should feel their business is safe.”  That’s the message from security expert Wynn Jones from Praetorian Security.

He said:

Friday, 23 October 2015

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Sixth Fife Business Week Announced

Business Gateway Fife are delighted to be delivering the sixth Fife Business Week

Tuesday, 15 September 2015

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