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Business Networking is a great way to make new friends and business contacts

If you are self employed or run a small firm in Glenthroes, we would strongly recommend that you consider adding networking to your marketing strategy. Not only does it widen your circle of business contacts, it can keep you in touch with what is going on in the local business world, and potentially bring in more trade!

You will find a list of business networking clubs in Glenthroes below, but if you want to learn more about networking, please visit our national Business Networking section.

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Glenthroes Networking Groups

Fife Chamber of Commerce
Fife Chamber takes a different approach to networking. We offer members monthly networking events across different locations within Fife. They are free to attend, with no speeches, formal introduction or sales pitches required. Simply meeting up with other companies and their staff and building relationships. Connecting Business We bring Fife businesses together to collaborate, share learning and trade with each other and with organisations outside Fife. Informing Business We tell members what is happening locally, nationally and internationally so they can plan and manage their business. Representing Business We campaign for investment in infrastructure, transport and skills, and promote the valuable work undertaken by DYW, Career Ready and the armed forces. Office 7A, Flexspace, Mitchelson Drive, Kircaldy, Fife, KY1 3NB
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Business Network Scotland
Networking is about meeting people and building long-term relationships. You need a vehicle to meet the right people, those with both a buying and selling power, from the right companies - representing a broad range of services and with a similar attitude towards active networking. However, face-to-face networking is off the cards at the moment so if you want to be here at the end of this you need to keep making connections. Get ahead of your competitors and Zoom into online networking with BNS! Spaces online are limited so book your space before someone else does.
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Scottish Chambers of Commerce
The Scottish Chambers of Commerce is at the heart of Scotland’s largest and most influential business to business network The Scottish Chambers of Commerce Network is a leading, global and entrepreneurial business network, representing more than 12,000 companies and over 50% of Scotland’s private sector workforce. We are made up of our members, who form the network of the 30 Chambers of Commerce across Scotland’s towns, regions and cities. Chamber Network members are the trusted champions of businesses, places, and global trade. Leading and uniting the Chamber Network, the Scottish Chambers of Commerce has built an unrivalled reputation as Scotland’s voice for business at national and international level. Our unparalleled business network is strengthened by our responsive business insight and economic intelligence, and our unrivalled local knowledge and business to business connections, making us Scotland’s most informed and influential business support organisation.
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Women's Enterprise Scotland
Women’s Enterprise Scotland (WES) is a not-for-profit Community Interest Company based in Scotland with a global reach. A catalyst for economic growth and inclusion, WES works to create an environment where women can start up in business and thrive. The simple fact is that more women-owned businesses in Scotland means more money for the economy. Research shows that women-owned businesses already contribute a staggering £8.8bn into the economy every year and have created over 230,000 jobs in local communities across Scotland. Yet women-owned businesses are just 20% of the business base in Scotland. We believe we can encourage more women and girls to try out their business ideas, through the provision of support co-designed by women-owned businesses and experts in gender techniques. Consigning the current gender gap in enterprise to history.
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The Association of Scottish Businesswomen
The Association of Scottish Businesswomen (ASB) aims to be the voice of businesswomen throughout Scotland: linking, inspiring and supporting its members. ASB was founded in 1995 as the umbrella organisation for a number of businesswomen’s clubs. In 2012, the ASB introduced individual direct membership to all business and professional women throughout Scotland. We aim to encourage personal and professional development for business owners and women who work across all sectors and levels of experience and responsibility. We promote business opportunities by way of sharing news, showcasing businesses, exchanging views, networking and recognising achievement.
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Fife Chamber of Commerce
At Fife Chamber we provide a first class service to our members which is regularly evaluated and enables us to develop and sustain relationships with all our stakeholders. Address: Evans Business Centre, 1 Begg Road, John Smith Business Park, Kirkcaldy, Fife, KY2 6HD
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