Yesterday we achieved our crowd funding target for Forest School’s 3D Printer… let me tell you a story… The invitation was despatched, “You are cordially invited to a presentation at the House of Commons on the afternoon of Thursday 4th December hosted by Barry Sheerman … Continue reading 3D Printers for YOUR School
Just over a year ago I wrote a piece about the start of a new venture into curing meat. It was doing really well, so much so that I was making food all the time and making any progress on the … Continue reading Smoke gets in you pies…
HOW SECURE IS YOUR BUSINESS? A ‘free to attend’ event addressing major issues affecting the security of your business Friday 31st Oct 2014, 09:00 – 13:00 at Bracknell & Wokingham College, Church Road, Bracknell. RG12 1DJ The threat of crime … Continue reading Thames Valley Crime Seminar
I’ve just been putting a few words together for my speaking slot at The Business Show 2014 on 27th & 28th November at Olympia, London and I could do with a little help from my friends… Figured I’d talk about … Continue reading Can you help me with my presentation please?
Are you into Android devices? Or are you more of a Mac dude(tte)? Which gets your vote this week? If you are into Android then you need to tune into Dale’s new world… a professional photographer, who is looking for … Continue reading Android or Mac : which one will WIN the day?
I was invited to Pinner Hill Golf Club last night to present my ONE BOAT Project to Pinner Rotary Club. It felt like a posh St Leonards Hill, Windsor except where my mate Jeff has 20 acres at the top, … Continue reading Do you spontaneously combust when…
Over the last few weeks I have had little time to blog. My business has been under threat of disruption due to personal circumstances. My wife and I have chosen to move our home and one should not underestimate the … Continue reading Resilience during change affects small businesses too
For the first 20 years of my career I worked in Financial Services, first as an accountant, then in customer services for a major insurance company. During that career I always struggled to find business clothes that fit properly. Women … Continue reading Making my clothing battle into a business
The name of the ONE BOAT project came about while discussing the needs of the people of the Philippines with Jesse Tanchanco & Allan Limas, local Rotarians. I’ve just received an email from Jess Tanchanco from the Rotary Club of … Continue reading The ONE BOAT Project gets underway with TWO BOATS!
James Freeman, CEO of Reading Buses, explains how Winning Tenders has helped his company Our proven track record in Winning Tenders Over the past few years, we have helped many of our clients win tenders with both public sector and … Continue reading Tender Winning Testimonial
I asked Gareth Davies from KDG to offer his insight into yesterday’s Budget announcement by The Chancellor… As a small business owner and an Accountant with many small business clients my overall assessment of yesterday’s Budget is that whilst there … Continue reading Not much in The Budget for Smaller businesses
I am a lucky Marketing Manager, I have worked all over Europe have been fortunate enough to have worked for a number of manufacturers in the Thames Valley. I love the manufacturing environment, it’s great to see a raw material … Continue reading Can you host a Factory tour in Berkshire?
Come and join us for a short workshop to focus upon operational risks and business continuity in a growth environment. With it being Business Continuity Awareness week 2014 we thought we’d best host an event… Date: Friday 21st March 10am … Continue reading With Business Growth Comes Risk
A Few years back I was asked to assist a company with identification of its risks. The company employed nearly 400 loyal workers. The Managing Director was respected by all. His Grandfather founded the company over a hundred years ago. … Continue reading Faulty equipment can really take the biscuit