Fife Chamber of Commerce is making one of its largest investments ever with a complete overhaul and re-development of its website.

Central to the modern design is vastly improved navigation; a bigger, better, and more accessible members’ area; a slick, user-friendly one-stop-shop to access all member benefits, services, and events; and a straightforward way to join up as a Fife Chamber member online.

Fife Chamber members, current and new, will be able to:

View and book Chamber events and training online and with ease;

Highlight their business to fellow members and the wider business community;

Share their successes and business developments through articles and blogs submitted directly online;

Share exclusive discounts and offers with fellow members;

Advertise job opportunities with the introduction of an online job board;

Book e-shots and supply content for upcoming Fife Chamber eNewsletters;

Draw on the wide range of knowledge, skills, and experience of fellow Chamber members;

Chat with the Chamber team instantly online when only a conversation will do.

Running alongside the new website will be an improved digital communications strategy to make the best use of this new online tool.

The new website also gives a far improved introduction to Fife Chamber membership for the wider business and Third Sector community too: settings out how the Chamber encourages growth and development through

Valuable connections both within Fife and further afield;

Access to well-regarded training for business, both domestic and internationally;

Raising brand awareness and profile in the business community;

Access to benefits, from competitive roadside assistance to foreign currency services;

Networking, at dedicated networking events and at larger prestigious events;

Access to valuable export support with documentation, training and expert knowledge;

Marketing opportunities such as eShots, sponsorship and eNewsletter inclusion;

The opportunity to collectively lobby on behalf of members at local, Scottish and UK level.

The website is scheduled to go live before April 2022.

Alan Mitchell, Fife Chamber CEO, sums up the progress so far: “This is one of the biggest and most transformative projects we have ever undertaken. ‘Face to face,’ and ‘in person’ will always be in our DNA but as more people choose digital communications channels as an option, we must do the same. The new website will not replace the personal contact and commitment of the team, but it will complement it and significantly enhance the Fife Chamber ‘experience’ for all our members and partners.“