Peter is pictured above with Fife Council Senior Manager, Business and Employability, Gordon Mole.
Peter Grant, MP for Glenrothes and Central Fife, has met with Enterprise Hub Fife following a series of visits to local businesses to mark Fife Business Week. Peter has been out and about in his constituency over the past few weeks finding out more about local traders and offering his support.
Enterprise Hub Fife is part of Economic Development Services at Fife Council and offers office space to small businesses. Fife Business Week this year focused on topics affecting entrepreneurs, start-ups and employers across Fife.
Commenting, Peter said:
“Fife Business Week was the perfect time for me to recognise the valuable contribution made by local enterprises to the Central Fife economy. I was particularly keen to find out more about what support is available for start-ups and entrepreneurs in my constituency, so Enterprise Hub Fife was my first port of call.
“I was very impressed with the range of facilities on offer at Enterprise Hub Fife, including workspace, internet access and conferencing facilities at reasonable rates. Having these kinds of flexible workspace solutions available in the heart of Fife is just what we need to encourage creative thinkers to take that first step into starting up a business, or expanding an existing one.
“Thanks to Gordon and the team for showing me around.”
Gordon Mole, Senior Manager, Business and Employability, Fife Council added:
“Enterprise Hub Fife, funded by the Scottish Government’s Fife Taskforce and supported by Royal Bank of Scotland and Fife Council, represents a new generation of enterprise space where entrepreneurs can access touchdown workspaces and conference facilities on site, and businesses located here are already seeing the benefits of working collaboratively with access to flexible contracts. Enterprise Hub Fife hosted a range of successful Fife Business Week events and is the ideal location for conferences and business events."