Free of charge help and support for start-ups and existing businesses in Fraserburgh.
In response to the community’s changes and evolutions, the Fraserburgh Enterprise Hub (FEH) project began in September 2018 to harness innovation and opportunities for the local community.
In partnership with Aberdeenshire Council and partly funded through North Aberdeenshire LEADER, Fraserburgh Enterprise Hub launched to nurture a pipeline of new and early-stage businesses by providing the facilities, advice and support needed.
Ran by Enterprise Manager, Pamela Neri, with support from Enterprise Coordinator, James Adams, the Hub’s doors opened in April 2019. Its main purpose is to support the regeneration of Fraserburgh and its surrounding area (up to 15-mile radius), helping individuals overcome barriers which come with starting or growing a business.
The team offers 1:1 support covering a wide range of enquires, and has the knowledge and expertise to help individuals access help from other organisations and support bodies across the North East's ecosystem.
In addition to a prominent base in the recently refurbished Faithlie Centre, which offers access to desk space and intensive support in a modern office environment, FEH actively collaborates with third parties, including North East Scotland College (NESCoL), to host small- and large-scale events.