The newly opened Enterprise Hub Fife today (Tuesday 9th May) welcomed the Royal Bank of Scotland’s Chief Economist, Stephen Boyle, who provided the delegates with his insight on the key issues affecting today’s economy.

Covering topics such as BREXIT, Mr Boyle explained the potential impact which they could have on small and medium sized businesses.

The Economic Briefing from the Royal Bank of Scotland was the first major event for the Enterprise Hub Fife which has been designed to provide enterprising individuals and start-ups with growth aspirations with access to a unique facility which encourages collaboration, entrepreneurial spirit and networking.

As well as providing affordable office facilities for micro and embryonic businesses, Enterprise Hub Fife offers a unique co-working space which encourages collaboration as well as high tech meeting rooms for to allow small businesses to host meetings with clients, suppliers or co-workers in a modern environment.

As well as many local key partners, the Enterprise Hub Fife is already in discussions with Entrepreneurial Scotland and the Global Entrepreneurial Programme to deliver a series of business seminars which it hopes will inspire more local entrepreneurs and businesses to set up and grow their business.

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