Contact details for the Fife branch of the FSB.
Scottish Government statistics show that small and medium-sized enterprises account for 99% of all Scottish businesses and over half of all private sector employment.
There are a number of places to find business support in Fife:
Fife offers a supply of employment land, both developed and ready for development and also mixed-use sites. There is also a variety of office and commercial spaces available and commercial rents compare favourably with those of Edinburgh, the Lothians and the Central Belt.
Located north of Edinburgh and south of Dundee, Fife is a peninsula stretching to the North Sea to the east of Scotland. Easily accessible by road, rail, air and sea,
Fife is connected to the main motorway network in Scotland by the M90 and the A92 connects all the major towns in Fife. The train stations are on the local and national network. Edinburgh and Dundee have airports with national and international routes and the Port of Rosyth is Scotland’s largest freight port.
Fife has a range of business networking events on offer.
Support and advice
Scotland's Business Gateway provides practical information for your business, including the latest on regulation and tax. Other useful sites include: Business Gateway Fife, Scottish Enterprise, Fife Chamber of Commerce and Invest in Fife.
Funding and finance
Find information about sourcing funding and finance for your business with Business Gateway.
Growing your business
Business Gateway have a number of resources to help you grow your business.
There is information available at the The Federation of Small Businesses website.