Fife Business Week aims to give businesses as much assistance and advice as possible to sustain and recover from Covid-19.
Hosted by Fife Council’s Economic Development Team and Business Gateway team, Fife Business Week is designed to support businesses to succeed and flourish whilst making Fife the best place to do business.
Around 30 events will take place online from November 2 to 6 covering topics such as cyber security, resilience, the food and drink supply chain, websites, social media, commercial property and employment law.
Among the sessions, St Andrews Management Centre will assist organisations identify the key actions they should take to meet the current challenges to help businesses transform, evolve and emerge.
Creative Business Solutions will look at strategic changes and challenges and the financial impacts affecting business trying to recover from Covid-19.
Councillor Altany Craik, convenor for Fife Council’s Economy, Tourism, Strategic Planning and Transportation committee, said: “These unprecedented and challenging times have highlighted the need for rapid access to resources, support and advice for businesses as they try to operate in the new normal.
“These Fife Business Week events are essential preparation for our local businesses to rebuild, start or grow so they can build up sustainability and resilience for the future. I would urge every Fife business to get involved.”
The full calendar of events is available here.