This season’s “Absolutely Awesome August Summer Special” is the opportunity to have half a day’s telemarketing thrown in with The Berkshire Blog VIP Membership… VIP Membership is just £247 per month for which we will promote your organisation through … Continue reading Absolutely Awesome August Summer Special
August is a great time for improving your work environment… David thanks Bob for his 4 new white desks, pedestals & white leather chairs! With so many people on holiday it’s a great time to add a lick of paint … Continue reading August is a great time to make some changes
I’d like this page to be a list of local Berkshire farmer’s markets… so if you run one, have a stall or just attend regularly, share more details below please… Thank you. Jon Continue reading Where is your local Berkshire farmer’s market?
Sometimes in business it can seem like you’re playing tennis, a singles game where you keep hitting the ball back & forth until the other misses and YOU WIN… But that apparent WIN can be short lived as the other … Continue reading Good business is like playing doubles in tennis…
In my virtual wandering, looking for CEOs to inspire local business people & our youth of today, I came across this chap, Dr Trevor Nicholls, CEO of CAB International… what question would you ask him? He’s not committed to respond, … Continue reading Your questions for CEO Dr Trevor Nicholls
According to Frack OFF, Windsor, or more precisely, 100 yards from my house, marks the centre of an area taking in the Mars Factory in Slough, East Berkshire College in Langley, The Queen Mother Reservoir Colnbrook, Wraysbury Reservoir, Runnymede where … Continue reading FRACK OFF, that doesn’t impact on me… or does it?
David Shaw, originally from Ilkley, Yorkshire celebrated his 50th birthday on Saturday at home in Windsor with family & his Windsor Rotarian pals… I went on an interview tour, talking to a number of those celebrating his birthday but unfortunately … Continue reading Windsor’s favourite adopted northern son celebrates 50 years
Over the 15 years I’ve been in business for myself I have heard many a consultant wonder how they can address the eternal problem of feast and famine. Well let me know if my ICE BREAKER “Feast NOT Famine” SUMMER … Continue reading ICE BREAKER “Feast NOT Famine” SUMMER SIZZLIER
Adam Afriyie MP for Windsor makes a genuine invitation to local residents “If you don’t like what I do, don’t vote for me, I can take it, I’m a grown up!” Today, 12th July 2013, at The Castle Hotel in … Continue reading Adam Afriyie MP will get UK business booming, it’s what he does, best listen to his advice…
Thank you for stopping by The Berkshire Blog… our main aim is to help local business do more business locally… and you can help, it would be great if you would! I know, if you search for long enough, … Continue reading Ensuring future jobs for our kids
Is Windsor, Berkshire set to become Europe’s online gaming capital? 1 global gaming platform, 2 global game publishers, 500,000 Youtube viewers, 1 million Twitter followers and 4 million Facebook fans can’t be wrong! Recently Konami, producers of DanceDanceRevoltion, Deca Sports, … Continue reading Windsor set to be Online Gaming capital of Europe
Visit the village post office near the cricket pitch… and tell us who serves you a nice cup of tea? Do make sure you respect the villagers by parking outside the estate, then walk or cycle to the village or … Continue reading Enjoy a nice cup of celebrity tea in Windsor Great Park
Calling all Berkshire women in business – do you have what it takes to win a top new award. The organisers of the inaugural Women in Business Awards 2013 are looking for women across the Thames Valley and Solent regions … Continue reading New award celebrates women in business
Workbooks signs up to support Byte Night Thames Valley Friday 4th October 2013 Time: 6.30pm Where: Forbury Gardens, Abbot’s Walk, Reading, RG1 3HW Workbooks, an award winning British CRM provider, has announced its support for the Byte Night’s annual IT … Continue reading Byte Night the IT industry’s annual sleep out in support of Action for Children
Ping me over a list of the TOP 20 office stationery & printer consumables you purchase and I’ll get Bob in finance to give you our best price on those items and also agree an excellent discount on the rest of the range. If agreeable, we’ll set up an online account to track and manage your orders and pricing. Obviously you can always phone or email your orders through, especially if you need a one off special price on a large quantity! Reid Office Supplies have been working with local businesses for over 30 years… send over your TOP 20 … Continue reading What’s your TOP 20 office supplies?
Are the Supermarkets profiteering from the Foodbanks and simply adding insult to injury under the guise of positive public relations? Or do they discount the products to cost price during the sales process if you say they are for the … Continue reading Foodbanks : Are the Supermarkets profiteering?
Noel Lobo tells how G. K. Chesterton, author of seventy books including Napoleon of Notting Hill, viewed good business practice. The essence was, unless you can physically see how your purchase benefits your service provider then don’t spend the money. … Continue reading G K Chesterton thoughts on keeping business local