St Andrews Business Club is inviting local business people to find out about essential IT security in the latest of its new series of free early evening business issues seminars.
It’s set to host the event, which will see Wynn Jones from Praetorian Security give important information and advice about cybercrime, threats, consequences and countermeasures, at the New St Andrews Golf Club next Wednesday (November 4) from 5.30pm.
The seminar is the second in the series – supported by Business Gateway Fife – and is part of the club’s new drive to increase its membership by allowing business owners, entrepreneurs and managers working in St Andrews to sample the benefits of membership before joining.
Topics of the club’s forthcoming seminars, which will run to next April, include international trade, financial planning and ecommerce.
Non-members are encouraged to attend the seminars but are being asked to join the club, whose annual membership fee is just £30, if they intend to return.
St Andrews Business Club is exactly what the title states. It’s an association of people engaged in business who want to be involved in furthering the interests of St Andrews.
Its strength is the breadth of its membership, who as individuals are involved in a wide range of business interests, local, national and in some instances global.
It sees its goal as complementary to the other business associations in St Andrews – and has the broad objective of helping to stimulate interest in business enterprise for the benefit of the local economy, recognising the strengths and advantages of St Andrews locally and the brand influence of the St Andrews name throughout the world.
St Andrews Business Club began in 1950 and, during its history, has attracted prominent speakers from different walks of life, including names such as Sir Menzies Campbell MP, Andy Irvine, Tom Farmer and AB Paterson.
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