This is something new. We have been heartened by the number of independent businesses choosing to make Kirkcaldy their home. In the last 18 months, more than 20 have either arrived in town – or expanded – all investing in Kirkcaldy’s future. It is their free spirit that is helping to shape our approach to reposition the town as a place ‘to do business’. It is their thinking that led to us developing the Citizens’ Lab – to better engage with all those who have a stake in the town. So we want to celebrate them. And what better way to do so that to provide a trail that takes you around the businesses … from boutiques to bistros, arts & crafts to sportswear, health & beauty to bridalwear, hairdressers to collectables … and includes a unique exhibition at The Kirkcaldy Centre, all leading up to Adam Smith’s birthday.
Earth Hour 2019
On Saturday 30th March 2019, PeachyKeen joined millions of people around the globe for Earth Hour. The international event, which is organised by conservation charity WWF, urges individuals, communities and businesses to come together and take action to save the planet.
The 2019 Adam Smith Food & Drink Fair has been hailed a “huge success” after more than 3,000 foodies visited the event on the weekend of Kirkcaldy’s Festival of Ideas (Saturday 16th March).
Our TV screens are awash with property programmes telling us how we can make more of our homes. If you’re like us, you’ll probably watch them – discuss how you could shift this, change that – and then run out of steam! Unless you’re a DIY fanatic, the challenge seems too big. What we all need is a specialist company that can take a dispassionate look and advise us all. As luck would have it, just such a specialist is right here on our doorstep. Our latest business profile catches up with Komandor Storage Solutions …
The UK’s only Highland Games to be held on a beach will be back in Kirkcaldy this summer and we’re hoping it will be the biggest and best yet! The event brings thousands of spectators to the town’s Waterfront to enjoy a unique combination of culture, sport and social entertainment from Heavy athletics to Highland dancing. Read on for more …
The High Street is changing and will continue to evolve. It has changed because of the way we – as customers – shop. Fact. That seems to be the price of progress in terms of technology – the internet, smart phones and social media – all playing their part in what we see and what we buy. We’ve changed our habits so much that it means the traditional High Street is under threat … or is it?
Two Kirkcaldy businesses are celebrating having learnt that they have reached the finals of the Scotlands Business Awards for Fife.