Deborah Lester-George invited me over to Newbury News Limited today for the launch of the West Berkshire Business Awards & a bite of lunch, 3rd lunch this week! I arrived a little early as I like to do and met … Continue reading West Berkshire Business Awards Launch @NewburyToday
Are you looking to get more eyeballs on your brand? Well then, have a go at this… You’ve got till Monday to get your entries in… Download pdf >>> WHAT ARE THE WEST BERKSHIRE BUSINESS AWARDS? West Berkshire is home … Continue reading Enter this year’s West Berkshire Business Awards
Graham Jones, Internet Psychologist, award winning marketing blogger & e-commerce expert meets Mark Wallace of FuturePro Logistics, gets all emotional and asks the big question… What do e-commerce websites get wrong? Mark, quite obviously a future award winning logistics expert … Continue reading What do e-commerce websites get wrong?
Verbatim, The Phone Answering Service has thrown a lifeline to Berkshire businesses affected by the flooding with the offer to answer the calls of up to 20 stricken businesses for free until the end of February, by which time the … Continue reading Do you know someone whose home based business is down the drain due to flooding?
Some people you meet in life make you want to talk to them… Graham Hill of Verbatim is one of those very nice young men who just leaves you wanting more… Talking to Sarah on Thursday last week and she … Continue reading What a very nice man…
“Oh yes it does…” “Oh, no it doesn’t…” “Oh yes…” Well it is the Panto season 😉 When Camelot, The National Lottery, was bought out by a Canadian Pension Fund for £389 million in 2010 it pushed a few of … Continue reading Making healthy connections in Berkshire doesn’t have to be a lottery…
When I ask most people “What are your rights as a seller?” most give me a blank expression or grunt something incomprehensible before repeating in a quizzical tone, “What are my rights as a seller? Er, good question! I’ve never … Continue reading Are You Exercising Your Rights as a Seller? If Not, What’s the Price You’re Paying?