Fife businesses urged to voice their opinions

Published: 5 May 2015 09:30

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FIFE Council is calling on the local business community to have its say and share its views.

It’s urging businesses which haven’t yet signed up to register for its online survey group, ‘Fife Business Voice’, to share their experiences of Council services and doing business in the region.

Depute council leader councillor Lesley Laird, executive spokesperson for Economy & Planning said: “We are committed to making Fife the best place to do business and to do that we need to hear the views of current Fife based businesses. Gathering opinions, experiences and suggestions from our business people is an important part of the process for the council so it can develop its services for businesses.

“Fife Business Voice will be an important way for us to gather this information.

“We’ve already had interest from the business community and a few have already registered but we’d like as many as possible to take part!

“We want people to register who either own or are involved in running a business in Fife, and who would be happy to complete online surveys on a variety of topics. These surveys will be limited to a handful per year.

“We want Fife Business Voice to be representative of the whole business community – from sole traders to multi-national companies – and we would also like views of people who deal with different aspects of doing business in Fife. For example, HR managers, production managers and directors will probably have differing views and experiences, dependent on the topic.”

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