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  • Analysis Archives - Shropshire Business Today
    posts Most popular 7 days popular By review score Random Analysis Home Analysis No posts to display Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line for a facelift https t co gRQ9DMX23A Latest Skoda UK boss in the driving seat care firm quits its franchise to fly solo new motoring website launched https t co gRQ9DMX23A Revealed The secrets of writing a winning business awards entry

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  • Analysis Archives - Shropshire Business Today
    0 Expanding to meet the needs of farmers and landowners Brick maker continues to build a bright future New jobs on offer at Shropshire taxi firm s open day Question Are you Telford s brainiest business Analysis Home Analysis Mrs Miller good news killer SBT Apr 11 2014 0 Deadline looms for countryside business support Carl Jones Sep 9 2015 0 Search is on for child friendly Shropshire businesses Carl Jones Aug 13 2014 1 Rural office building goes onto the market Carl Jones Mar 31 2015 0 Hiring a bouncy castle This news might make you jump Carl Jones Sep 26 2015 0 Oswestry and Church Stretton industrial units are on the market Carl Jones Aug 24 2015 0 Law firm s festive film is a merry thought Carl Jones Dec 9 2014 0 Emergency first aid courses for Shropshire businesses Carl Jones Apr 8 2015 0 Optimising business broadband get connected Carl Jones Oct 27 2014 0 1 2 3 53 Page 1 of 53 Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line for a facelift https t co gRQ9DMX23A Latest Skoda UK boss in the driving seat care firm quits its franchise to

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  • It'll be a Black Friday for retailers who won't do a cut-price deal - Shropshire Business Today
    gone to the wall with figures expected to rise Instead of constant discount sales the customer experience across a range of channels is the key to better engagement The growth of mobile devices has meant that customers are able to research the cheapest option at the touch of a button regardless of where they are This in turn has meant that increasingly the mobile customer experience is becoming the critical factor in attracting high customer numbers With mCommerce now accounting for 40 per cent of all online sales the mobile is the second shop front requiring retailers to focus on providing a unique customer experience to build customer loyalty Dan Wagner veteran eCommerce expert and CEO and Founder of Powa Technologies says It is staggering that the vast majority of customers who walk into high street shops are still anonymous to businesses Retailers have no idea who they are what they need and how to appeal to them as individuals An aggressive discounting strategy is not going to cut it it s not a path to survival and growth but to destruction The future of the Midlands retail industry depends on forming a much deeper engagement with customers and this can only be done though data Forward thinking retailers are already relying on a wealth of in depth customer information with every transaction including age gender and location of purchase providing real time geo located insight into consumer behaviour The ones that aren t are simply being left behind The rise in smartphone usage means that almost every customer on the high street today can comparison shop in seconds so price wars are a strategic dead end However smart retailers regard the ability to connect to customers through smart devices as an incredible opportunity to actively connect with them on

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  • Another big exhibition on its way to Telford - Shropshire Business Today
    and it will be the first time the town has hosted the event Chief Operating Officer Geoff Naldrett said We are delighted to be bringing our exhibition and conference to Telford and we were very impressed with the venue and its facilities during our site tour A venue is one thing though but it s the people who work in it that make all the difference and we received a fantastically warm welcome from the team on site so we re looking forward to introducing our members to everyone at The International Centre The B APCO show is now in its 18 th year and has earned its place as Europe s leading free to attend multi agency public communications forum The event brings together industry buyers and suppliers and reflects the latest developments among the APCO Global Alliance members Britain USA Canada and Australasia It provides a forum for professionals in the public safety and civil contingencies communications industries to exchange information ideas and experiences Focused extensively on technologies and services for the public safety sector the event will also include a wide ranging programme of seminars and workshops Alison Griffin Sales Director at The International Centre said This is a new event for The International Centre confirmed as a result of a recent hospitality initiative and subsequent site tour It s clear that encouraging event organisers to visit and experience our venue service and facilities is paying off and we are delighted that Telford has been confirmed as the 2016 home of the British APCO event SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Independent traders unite to lay on a festive feast in Albrighton Next article Social enterprise award for Shropshire s police commissioner Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour

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  • Solicitors benefit from fears over 'DIY' will problems - Shropshire Business Today
    a spate of cases recently involving wills drafted by unregulated providers which have caused serious problems For example Barclays has this year been sued by Tinuola Aregbesola who claims that a botched will deprived her of a stake in her late father s London home It was drawn up using the bank s 90 will writing service which is unregulated Latest figures show the use of will writing services provided by banks and other organisations has declined from 8 7 per cent in 2009 to 5 9 per cent in 2015 and is continuing to fall Fiona added It is evident from national research that the public prefer to use a solicitor to write their will wherever possible They are aware that with a solicitor such as Martin Kaye where we have a dedicated probate department you can be assured of a valid will and if anything does go wrong there is proper insurance and redress This may not be the case with an unregulated provider and certainly isn t the case if you take the DIY option and decide to write your own will It may save you money in the short term but with the average estate in the UK now standing at 160 000 it could be hugely costly if you only find out too late that the paperwork is flawed An off the shelf will may seem very attractive but it can be a risky approach if errors are made or if the strict witnessing rules are not followed correctly the document could be invalid And the implications can be serious Not only might you risk leaving your family with a financial and emotional mess but your legacy could be eaten away by legal bills or unnecessary tax SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Butcher bidding

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  • Boiler firm targeting domestic market after export success - Shropshire Business Today
    are commonplace in rural areas which are off gas grid Mistral s managing director Jim Wright said the company had been manufacturing boilers in Shropshire for more than 40 years He said We are very proud of our Shropshire heritage We have spent ten years investing in research development at our Halesfield factory which has resulted in us being able to offer customers not only the widest range of boilers available but also a number of unique products and the highest efficiencies to match Our boilers have been in demand for rural and remote areas all over the globe and we re keen to ensure that customers closer to home have the benefit of our heating technology too The investment in R D and continuous testing has resulted in an innovative central waterway section of the Mistral boiler design which achieves the best heat transfer result Mr Wright said Our jewel in the crown as a boiler manufacturer is our Y section central waterway a heat exchanger used in all products we make It means we can offer boilers which have better outputs smoother running and which offer greater efficiencies What this means for customers is that our condensing and non condensing boilers are top on performance when independently tested This is engineering excellence that gives customers more from their boilers The company is looking to target customers who live in off grid rural homes in the UK and particularly in Shropshire and the Midlands There are hundreds if not thousands of rural Shropshire homes that are heated using oil and we can offer them a home grown boiler system with support and spares available The company is also now looking to introduce more heating engineers and installers to join Mistral Boilers For more information visit www mistralboilers co uk

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  • Another silver lining for International Centre's 'green' credentials - Shropshire Business Today
    Green Tourism award Operations Director Diane Austin said The scheme was updated earlier this year and now has even stricter criteria which venues need to comply with and the auditors looked in much greater detail at all our procedures and systems We achieved a strong silver rating under the 2015 rules with a score of 75 which really is fantastic news particularly given the new tighter guidelines In fact we were only 5 away from achieving the coveted gold standard so it really has been a wonderful performance by all our staff Diane said the auditors had praised the venue s management processes and the investment in low energy technology which had been made since their previous inspection Our aim now is to focus on reaching that gold award at our next assessment in 2017 and we will be working hard to achieve the very highest rating In particular we ll be focussing on reducing our food waste even further and continuing to work with event organisers to help them reach their own sustainability targets offering additional support where it s appropriate The Green Tourism Business Scheme GTBS is an accreditation programme for a wide range of accommodation providers that rates each business on their efforts to reduce their environmental impact Each business is assessed every two years against rigorous criteria covering areas like energy efficiency waste minimisation and recycling use of local produce and support of public transport Pic Operations Director Diane Austin with the award SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Two new trainee financial advisers join Oswestry firm Next article Christmas job is the gift that keeps on giving for Gareth Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three is the magic number to

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  • Broadband pledge is too little too late, say hotel bosses - Shropshire Business Today
    when they book a room don t even ask about internet connections or Wifi because they just assume it is available It is an expectation a given Wifi is currently available in all 44 bedrooms here at the hotel and the connection speed is another aspect of our service that we wish to exceed our customer expectations They want to be able to download or stream videos easily and carry out important work functions Here in Ironbridge we already feel way behind the rest of Shropshire let alone other parts of the country and can t help feeling that things need to move more quickly so rather than waiting for the superfast broadband roll out to reach us we have decided to take action and invest in an alternative solution We are currently exploring all available options but the project is likely to cost us in the region of 10 000 and we are hopeful the new line and equipment will be installed early in the new year We may well be located in rural Shropshire but it s paramount to us that we can provide guests with services that are on a par with any metropolitan hotel and that includes an internet connection which is speedy and fit for the 21st Century David Cameron is right access to the internet is a necessity like gas electricity and water The family run hotel was among one of the first Best Western hotels to offer free Wifi to all guests and has been providing internet access in every bedroom for the past three years Connecting Shropshire a stand alone organisation set up to deliver fast internet says it has connected 40 000 homes and businesses so far and soon hopes to connect a further 20 000 Mr Cameron claims 95 per

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