Fife business owners are being urged to speak out about their frustrations and let the Council know what changes need to be made to better support them.
They’re encouraged to take part in an online survey dubbed ‘Business Voice’ as part of Fife Business Week, which runs from November 9-13.
Cllr Lesley Laird, depute leader and executive spokesperson for economy and planning, said: “Business Voice enables the Council to listen to the views of companies and business owners.
“We want to know what’s good and what needs to change. Gathering opinions, experiences and suggestions from business owners and professionals is important to the Council so it can develop its business services.
“We want Fife Business Voice to be representative of the whole business community – from sole traders to multi-national companies – and to hear about your challenges and concerns and what we need to do more of.
“More than 200 businesses have already joined but we want to work more closely with many more as part of our drive to make Fife the best place to do business.”
Fife Council is looking for feedback from local firms on the most pressing issues facing them today – including business rates and relief, planning, access to funding, broadband, exporting advice, parking, business support and recruitment.
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