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Seahawk is a manufacturer of bespoke and branded industrial workwear for today's toughest environments. We'd be delighted if you could join us and find out more about the business.
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The Scottish Government has published a report setting out views expressed by businesses from across the country about key areas where Brexit might impact on their organisation.
The report can be found here.
Leading Fife law firm, Rollos Law LLP, and well established Glenrothes based law firm, Brady Legal, are delighted to announce their amalgamation with effect from 1st November 2017. Combining highly skilled resources, the merged practice, trading as Rollos, will offer a comprehensive legal service for private and business clients.
Transport operator Stagecoach is in the running for a host of top honours at the 2017 UK Bus Awards.
Britain's biggest bus operator has 12 finalists, including three employees nominated in each the unsung heroes, young manager of the year and London bus driver of the year categories.
Winners will be announced at a London awards ceremony to be held in November.
In partnership with Fife Business Week 2017, Interface and the University of St Andrews are pleased to invite you to their event ‘Saving Time and Money through Collaboration’.
Three of Fife’s business centres are celebrating a rebrand and are now under new management as part of a UK-wide merger.
Stagecoach East Scotland have launched a brand new ticket to encourage people to travel across the region for less in the evenings.
The company have launched 'nightrider', a new ticket valid for travel after 7pm, for unlimited travel until the last journey of the evening, to an end time of 4am the following morning.
Skills Development Scotland (SDS) today said that a reduction in immigrant workers due to Brexit, the rise in the number of older staff hitting retirement, and poor transport links are all factors that could stall economic growth in Edinburgh and South East Scotland.
To celebrate 30 years of helping families Fife Gingerbread are holding their very first Glitz Night to raise much needed funds to continue their valuable services for the many people in Fife that continue to need their help. Last year they engaged with over 1600 families, and by joining them on the 24th November you can help to continue this support for another year.
A business meeting has heard how the new Queensferry Crossing is starting to deliver benefits for the economy.
Addressing Fife Chamber of Commerce today, Economy Secretary Keith Brown visited the newly renovated North Queensferry Hotel which overlooks the spectacular bridge and is in the process of hiring 150 new staff.