The Courier & Advertiser (Perth and Perthshire Edition)

Fife hub inspires collaborat­ion

- ROB MCLAREN

Two tenants at Enterprise Hub Fife in Glenrothes have come together to form a new events and marketing company.

Pierre Kruff of Rock Ya Events Group, who has 15 years of experience in events and destinatio­n management, has formed new firm Exsenses with Steven Brown of Digita Comms, who provides digital marketing and online growth strategies for businesses.

The pair often exchanged ideas at the Glenrothes hub’s communal areas before deciding to launch a formal collaborat­ion.

Pamela Stevenson, lead officer with Fife Council, said the move underlined the benefits of the co-working space.

She said: “This encapsulat­es everything the Enterprise Hub Fife was designed to achieve.

“We created it from Taskforce funding as a result of the closure of the Tullis Russell factory with the aim of creating an environmen­t where enterprisi­ng individual­s and start-ups with growth aspiration­s could develop their business, whilst collaborat­ing and networking with the support of partners including Business Gateway Fife and Scottish Enterprise.

“We are delighted to have provided the foundation and mechanism where this collaborat­ion has been made possible and look forward to supporting Exsenses as it starts to grow.”

 ?? Picture: Kris Miller. ?? Pierre Kruff and Steve Brown of Exsenses outside the Enterprise Hub Fife office.
Picture: Kris Miller. Pierre Kruff and Steve Brown of Exsenses outside the Enterprise Hub Fife office.

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