Media Release: Fife Business Week 2016

Welcome to the seventh Fife Business Week

Supporting new and existing enterprises for future success is the theme of 2016 Fife Business Week. Now in its seventh year, the Week features a wide range of events to support individuals and businesses, and will provide opportunities for companies to come together to interact, network and exchange ideas. For details of the events, please download the press release here

The Fife Economy Partnership is ambitious to see the local economy flourish and thanks to our partners, we are set to deliver a comprehensive line up of events that will enable businesses to access the range of public and private sector support agencies, business experts and entrepreneurs to help move their businesses forward and secure future success. Fife’s main business event offers a broad range of seminars and workshops, covering important issues for the local economy and is once again set to be the highlight of the Kingdom’s business calendar. Sessions take place across Fife and the vast majority are free to attend. We look forward to welcoming all businesses and delivering a successful week of business events.
— Stephen Doran, Chair of Fife Economy Partnership

Social Enterprise Business Development Conference

In collaboration with Fife Council, Fife Social Enterprise Network are proud to present our event in Fife Business Week 2016 - Social Enterprise Business Development Conference. Following the success of last year’s "Meet the Funder" event, we are holding an expanded Funding workshop event this year. The theme of the day will be Business
support, the Empowerment Bill and Access to Funding.

  • Date: Friday 11 November, 2016
  • Time: 9.30am – 2.00pm
  • Location: Adam Smith Theatre, Bennochy Road, Kirkcaldy
  • Free access
  • Contact: Graeme Ferguson,
Social Enterprise Business Development Conference highlights the partnership between FSEN and Fife Council to strengthen social businesses in Fife. By building on last year’s theme, FSEN strives to facilitate the access to resources of social entrepreneurs.
— Thompson Chau, FSEN