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Dunfermline Carnegie Library Hub Dunfermline, United Kingdom

   

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About Dunfermline

Dunfermline is a town in the parish of Fife in Scotland only 5km from the northern shore of the Firth of Forth. Settlement in this area dates back to the Neolithic period with the first recorded mention in the 11th century when Malcolm III, King of Scots married Saint Margaret at the town's church. It's home to the Dunfermline Abbey that is a royal mausoleum for the Scottish Crown and today the site of the Abbey Church. A bustling hub, Dunfermline is the main service centre, cultural heart and entertainment precinct for west Fife. Its main employers are Sky UK, Amazon, FMC Technologies plus other large corporations. Considered to be a dormitory town for Edinburgh, it has a population of around the 50,380 mark making it the 11th most populated city in Scotland. You will find its residents imbibing in the odd whiskey whilst chatting to friends in brogue Scottish accents, not always wearing a kilt but definitely in collaborative mode when meeting up in a coworking venue to get creative.

In a country where "entrepreneurism is seen to be cool", Scotland's eco-system is growing all the time. Scotland offers a highly skilled workforce, easy access to foreign markets and a dynamic startup scene. Its capital city of Edinburgh is considered to be the largest tech hub outside of London with the sector employing about 80,000 people and contributing approximately £4 billion to the country's economy. Unicorn startups to come out of Edinburgh include the likes of Skyscanner and Fanduel. There are about 8 quality universities pushing out tech savvy souls from their computing and digital sector creating a hub of innovation, plus the UKs largest tech incubator, CodeBase sits at the bottom of Edinburgh Castle. Another lure is the fact that its about 40% more cost effective to setup in Scotland than in other parts of the United Kingdom.

Coworking is but one more step in supporting Scottish intrepid brains, where it's possible to mingle and network with likeminded souls before rushing out the door to indulge in some haggis.

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