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  • Blogs - Oldham Business Network
    19 Students 1 Reply Started by Matt Corbett in The OBN Last reply by Matt Corbett Jan 18 old business s still advertised Started by elly tot in General Business Forum Dec 17 2015 Website Research 1 Reply Started by Charlotte Preston in General Business Forum Last reply by Andy Powell Dec 9 2015 Social Media Management Started by Pete Brierley in General Business Forum Oct 27 2015 Add a

    Original URL path: http://www.oldhambusinessnetwork.co.uk/profiles/blog/list?month=05&year=2010 (2016-02-17)
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  • Lisa Gee (Moderator)'s Page - Oldham Business Network
    a business A space to share tips support each other and make new friends See More Feb 28 2014 70 Comments Lisa Gee Moderator might attend Vickie Varley s event Oldham Jelly at Oldham Library February 12 2014 from 10am to 4pm Jelly is an informal co working event where freelancers home workers and small micro business owners bring their laptop or other work and work chat and collaborate with other small business owners Call the information library on 0161 7708035 or email victoria varley oldham gov uk for more information No need to book just drop in See More Feb 5 2014 3 Comments Chris Doyle left a comment for Lisa Gee Moderator Hiya It s good to be here It looks like a great site Feb 3 2014 Lisa Gee Moderator left a comment for Chris Doyle Hi matey Good to see you on here Feb 3 2014 Lisa Gee Moderator and Chris Doyle are now friends Feb 3 2014 Lisa Gee Moderator commented on Liz Lancashire s group Looking for I used to have a Corsa and I loved it but after years of struggling getting two children in and out of my car I don t really want another three door car unless it was too good a deal to turn down Nov 29 2013 Lisa Gee Moderator commented on Liz Lancashire s group Looking for Thanks Gary I don t really have a budget I m robbing Santa to pay Paul It needs to be cheap as chips I ve been looking at cars around the 500 mark to tide me over until I can afford something better Nov 29 2013 More RSS Profile Information Company Name Pamper and Pose Current Position Owner Website http www pamperandpose com Industry Beauty Photography Pamper Parties Describe your business I am a qualified make up artist and photographer I find the two strings fit together quite nicely and have allowed me to launch Pamper and Pose parties various themed parties to suit any occasion centred around a makeover and professional photoshoot for each guest I am a location photographer specialising in a relaxed informal style of portrait photographer I love to get outdoors whenever possible to photograph children and families in natural settings I find it puts my clients much more at ease than they would be under studio lights Lisa Gee Moderator s Blog How not to use LinkedIn for business Posted on September 11 2013 at 16 15 4 Comments 4 Likes In the past week I have had two major raised eyebrow moments on LinkedIn I thought I would share them as examples of how not to use LinkedIn for business It is advice that applies equally to Oldham Business Network or any other social media platform where you want to make a positive and professional impression Last week I declined the kind offer to connect with someone on LinkedIn whose profile picture was of himself sunbathing shades on and displaying his chest and Continue

    Original URL path: http://www.oldhambusinessnetwork.co.uk/profile/LisaGee (2016-02-17)
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  • A buyer's market? - Oldham Business Network
    seem customers are getting pushier and cheekier Carl blames Martin Lewis What does everyone else think Are you having similar issues Tags Gee Lisa austerity blinds business curtains customers prices Share Tweet Facebook Views 148 Reply to This Replies to This Discussion Permalink Reply by Deborah Wroe on March 4 2013 at 11 07 A haggle culture is seeping into the UK for sure The key for business owners is knowing when to say no saying no is empowering so well done Carl At the end of the day a favour is a favour and business is business Slashing your prices too low can bring your reputation down with it and the industry in which you operate Not sure who said this but If you think hiring a professional is expensive wait until you hire an amateur Reply Permalink Reply by Lisa Gee Moderator on March 4 2013 at 11 23 That s a great saying Deborah I ll remember that one Reply Permalink Reply by Peter Lockwood on March 4 2013 at 21 03 I have put my prices up not cut them and to be honest I am doing ok On the other side I am only converting 8 of my enquirers another saying is not every customer is your customer Reply Permalink Reply by Julie Crowley on March 22 2013 at 13 42 I agree Deborah it is about setting your boundaries Flexibility in austere times is all well and good or at any time but then people do push for more It is happening more and more and with cuts organisations too expect things for nothing or very little often forgetting business people don t get a salary but earn every penny they get Difficult time but boundaries help It isn t easy to turn away business which is what people think nowvery cheeky wanting his keys back and all done with the potential then to delay payment or am I being too cynical perhaps Reply Permalink Reply by Chris Doyle on April 2 2014 at 16 36 As a new start up I find it hard to say no I have found myself working for way less than my usual rate purely because I want some income The trouble is as you say people expect miracles for peanuts I blame Martin Lewis too It is almost like people are expecting to be ripped off these days Reply Permalink Reply by Julie Crowley on April 7 2014 at 10 13 You get to learn about this and develop your own value in time not too long either Then you can keep checking other motivational and marketing tips that tell you not to reduce prices sell yourself short and other ideas you still panic but it get s easier to bear I learn too People will really pay for what they want more than need it seems You have to place yourself right too but in these difficult economies I think people are getting used to freebies

    Original URL path: http://www.oldhambusinessnetwork.co.uk/forum/topics/a-buyer-s-market (2016-02-17)
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  • tony lea's Page - Oldham Business Network
    what it is you do and what the fees are for Nicky Sep 17 2013 Steve Fone and tony lea are now friends Sep 9 2013 tony lea commented on sam riley s group ADVERTISE YOUR SERVICES OUR 45 MINUTE ROUTINES ARE DESIGNED TO HELP IMPROVE YOUR FITNESS LEVELS WITH A VARIETY OF INTENSE CARDIOVASCULAR AND MUSCLE BUILDING EXERCISES WHETHER YOU ARE LOOKING TO LOSE WEIGHT TONE UP OR JUST IMPROVE YOUR HEALTH AND FITNESS WE CAN HELP Sep 9 2013 tony lea and Emily Edwards are now friends Sep 9 2013 Julie Crowley replied to tony lea s discussion council fees There is a voluntary and business free networking meeting tomorrow I believe through Voluntary Action Oldham Simon Cook on here but unsure of venue so must check the events page but you may find some good contacts there to help or even get the Mar 19 2013 A discussion started by tony lea was featured council fees At 16 28 on February 20 2013 tony lea said Can any one help I am new business and having to pay council fees for using public parks to operate in but yet the income for business at the moment does even cover this I am exploring new avenues constantly to advertise and improve sales Can anyone give me any advice it would be much appreciated See More Feb 22 2013 5 Comments More RSS Profile Information Company Name FORCES BASIC FITNESS Current Position OWNER Website http www forcesbasicfitness co uk Industry fitness Describe your business Our 45 minute routines are designed to help improve fitness levels with a variety of intense cardiovascular and muscle building exercises Whether your are looking to lose weight tone up or just improve your health and fitness we can help Every week our professional team of instructors will go the extra mile with you to push your personal limits and to help you achieve top level fitness Tony lea s Blog Personal training Posted on January 4 2014 at 20 32 0 Comments 0 Likes 5 personal training sessions 125 Membership deals Posted on January 4 2014 at 20 30 0 Comments 1 Like Buy 2 months at 55 and get 1 free 1 years membership 200 These offers end January 2014 visit www forcesbasicfitness co uk for more info fitness training Posted on November 26 2012 at 12 09 0 Comments 0 Likes why not try out our fitness sessions at Clayton Playing Fields tonight a 7 pm http www forcesbasicfitness co uk who s up for it Add a Blog Post View All Comment Wall 7 comments You need to be a member of Oldham Business Network to add comments Join Oldham Business Network At 9 20 on February 21 2013 Thomas Yates OBN Co Founder said Hi Tony If you post this in to the forums or maybe even the looking for group then you may find somebody that can help you out At 16 28 on February 20 2013 tony lea

    Original URL path: http://www.oldhambusinessnetwork.co.uk/profile/tonylea (2016-02-17)
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  • council fees - Oldham Business Network
    by Thomas Yates OBN Co Founder on February 22 2013 at 12 33 Featured for you Tony Hope somebody can help Reply Permalink Reply by Julie Crowley on March 19 2013 at 21 45 There is a voluntary and business free networking meeting tomorrow I believe through Voluntary Action Oldham Simon Cook on here but unsure of venue so must check the events page but you may find some good contacts there to help or even get the council to be more supportive I am going I hope if I can make it back from MCR and find out where it is Networking is a key point to help find alternatives and collaborations perhaps Reply Permalink Reply by Nicola Pocklington on September 17 2013 at 13 11 Hi I may be able to offer some advice but I would need to no what it is you do and what the fees are for Nicky Reply Permalink Reply by tony lea on September 17 2013 at 13 21 Hi nicky Thanks for your reply I use the parks for outdoor fitness I have managed to get the fees reduced considerably since feb Reply Permalink Reply by Nicola Pocklington on September 17 2013 at 13 33 Haha I realized after I had posted how long ago it was doh Glad you have it sorted Reply Reply to Discussion RSS Welcome to Oldham Business Network Sign Up or Sign In Or sign in with Badge Loading Get Badge Forum Work Experience Oppotrunities for ESOL learners Started by Matt Corbett in General Business Forum Jan 18 Work Experience Opportunities for ESOL 16 19 Students 1 Reply Started by Matt Corbett in The OBN Last reply by Matt Corbett Jan 18 old business s still advertised Started by elly tot in General Business Forum Dec

    Original URL path: http://www.oldhambusinessnetwork.co.uk/forum/topics/council-fees (2016-02-17)
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  • Thomas Yates (OBN Co-Founder)'s Page - Oldham Business Network
    2015 Gail Willington joined Thomas Yates OBN Co Founder s group The Book Club A group all about books discuss books recommend books review books share books you name it All contributions welcome so get involved Get involved in the discussions See More Jun 16 2015 8 Comments Thomas Yates OBN Co Founder and Tony Kenny are now friends Oct 30 2014 Thomas Yates OBN Co Founder posted a status To all that have receive a SPAM email from a recent member rest assured that I have suspended and deleted them Apologies from Team OBN Jul 3 2014 1 Comment 1 Like More RSS Comment Wall 225 comments You need to be a member of Oldham Business Network to add comments Join Oldham Business Network At 19 05 on May 25 2013 Christine Marie Slack said Hello Thanks for your comment Look forward to meeting some new colleagues In the Oldham area soon Christine At 11 02 on May 8 2013 Lindsey Whitaker said Thanks Thomas At 15 52 on April 29 2013 Debbie Edwards said How did you get on on Sunday Debs Dr Kershaw s Hospice At 14 04 on April 24 2013 Julie Crowley said Hey Hope things are good with you Long time no see Is there no OBN social this month i e tomorrow evening Are they just morning ones and lunchtime now perhaps Or have I missed something At 10 02 on April 19 2013 Christine Renshaw said How exciting and we could provide a Laughter yoga demo at the party No comments yet View All Comments Thomas Yates OBN Co Founder s Blog Quick OBN Blog Posted on June 1 2012 at 9 37 11 Comments 4 Likes CALLING ALL OBN MEMBERS Posted on September 13 2011 at 10 00 1 Comment 1

    Original URL path: http://www.oldhambusinessnetwork.co.uk/profile/ThomasYates (2016-02-17)
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  • OBN Guide - Getting the most from the OBN - Oldham Business Network
    your help Tom Tags Guide OBN Share Tweet Facebook Views 61 Reply to This Replies to This Discussion Permalink Reply by Michael Whitehead Moderator on February 19 2013 at 9 12 Morning Tom Great idea I think a guide for members existing and new on how to get the most out of OBN is just the ticket A coule of points I would include is get involved obvious I know but sometimes forgotten and overlooked Attending the socials and building relationships on and offline is the core of any business network And the OBN does it for free Make use of the contacts and suppliers on the site Use the search option to define your search and get in touch with other local businesses Offer your expertise and help to others the members on here are your sales force when talking to people and a possible future customer when the need arises for your particular industry I could go on but time is precious today I will put some more up though later Again great idea Tom Reply Permalink Reply by Thomas Yates OBN Co Founder on February 19 2013 at 11 20 Hi Michael Thanks for the feedback I will make sure to touch upon the things you mentioned some great pointers for sure Tom Reply Permalink Reply by Paul Anthony Gardner on July 8 2013 at 23 28 I would like people to interact more on here dont know how u can do that but I feel no one is interested at times Reply Reply to Discussion RSS Welcome to Oldham Business Network Sign Up or Sign In Or sign in with Badge Loading Get Badge Forum Work Experience Oppotrunities for ESOL learners Started by Matt Corbett in General Business Forum Jan 18 Work Experience Opportunities for ESOL

    Original URL path: http://www.oldhambusinessnetwork.co.uk/forum/topics/obn-guide-getting-the-most-from-the-obn (2016-02-17)
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  • Featured Discussions - Oldham Business Network
    anyone know of a php developer wanting to work with us on either a full time basis or freelance basis Here s the detail Started by David Beharall OBN Founder in General Business Forum Latest Reply Breakfast meeting 12 people turned up for our first breakfast meeting at Kitty s in Uppermill with several apologies so we ll do it again in January if yo Started by Kieron Hill in General Business Forum Latest Reply New to OBN Hello I became a member of OBN the other day and I m a bit of a novice at this sort of thing Does anyone have any advice regarding adding Started by Rachael Smith in The OBN Latest Reply Party when we hit 1 000 members good idea So who s up for a party when we hit 1 000 members Started by David Beharall OBN Founder in General Business Forum Latest Reply Kony 2012 Hi Guys If you have not already heard of the Kony 2012 campaign then I suggest you watch the film straight away It is 30 minutes long Started by Tom Kay in Social Latest Reply What the work life balance means for you Work Life Balance does not mean an equal balance Trying to schedule an equal number of hours for each of your various work and persona Started by Milena Rudnicka in Social Latest Reply Mary Portas Competition to Revitalise the High Street Mary Portas and the Local Government Minister have launched a competition to award a share of 1million to help turn around their unloved Started by Ian Dunkerley Moderator in General Business Forum Latest Reply RSS Previous 1 2 Next Page Welcome to Oldham Business Network Sign Up or Sign In Or sign in with Badge Loading Get Badge Forum Work Experience Oppotrunities for

    Original URL path: http://www.oldhambusinessnetwork.co.uk/forum/topic/featured (2016-02-17)
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