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  • Submit Your Story - Shropshire Business Today
    d like us to consider publishing email shropshirebusinesstoday gmail com 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 https t co cfmGp6ttQT Search SBT 2015

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  • Contact Us - Shropshire Business Today
    ou can email us directly shropshirebusinesstoday gmail com 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 https t co cfmGp6ttQT Search SBT 2015 SBT Web

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  • New management team drafted into Shropshire restaurant - Shropshire Business Today
    the menu as they look ahead to the spring and summer The new manager is Bala Chandra who has 10 years experience in the hospitality trade and spent the past five years as restaurant manager at a major hotel in London It s a great time to be here he said Southwater is a fantastic place to be and by introducing new dishes and refreshing the menu we hope to maintain Mimosa s reputation as an exciting place to eat The new menu is entirely Halal friendly and has something for everyone from traditional Indian and Chinese food to our new seafood bar and a chocolate fountain for the kids Our new head chef is Raj Kumar who is a master at creating world food dishes and was recently head chef at a four star hotel in Dubai Excellent customer service is our number one priority and we are building a fantastic new staff team to deliver just that Bal Gill who runs Mimosa with his wife Kuldeep said the heart of the restaurant would remain as a pan Asian buffet but new additions like a fusion carvery would add an extra offering He said The restaurant trade is always fiercely competitive and here in Southwater there is a clutch of food outlets which is going to grow when the next phase of building work is completed It s a good thing as far as we are concerned because it brings more customers into Southwater but the important thing is to continually develop and offer new experiences for your customers That s exactly what we are doing and it feels like a fresh start which is exciting for everyone SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Facelift plans for Shrewsbury shopping centre Next article Redrawing the map to give Shrewsbury a

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  • Familiar face returns to thermal insulation company - Shropshire Business Today
    it creates it always has been And they make their workers feel genuinely valued as if they are part of the family Even while I ve been away from the business I ve been spreading the word about the value of SMI products and sharing their stories on social media SMI s products don t just save companies money on their energy bills but they are helping to protect the environment at the same time I m absolutely thrilled to be back SMI based at Sutton Maddock is a world leader in thermal insulation for protection of food chemicals agricultural and home delivery products serving a diverse range of sectors from supermarkets and pharmaceutical companies to blood banks and the Ministry of Defence The amazing thermal properties of its trademarked lightweight Tempro product have been validated by the Campden Chorleywood Food Research Association and the Building Research Establishment Brian Seymour SMI s founder and managing director said We are delighted to welcome Adrian back into the fold He is a great advocate of our products which have been scientifically proven to cut energy loss by 25 in chillers and an amazing 33 3 in freezers Customers using SMI s new Back Stop family of insulated flexible barriers for chilled or frozen vehicles say they reduce the loss of temperature from the back of vehicles by as much as 60 The Back Stop family has the ability to revolutionise the food haulage industry according to Ruskim Seafoods one of the companies involved in the testing process Adrian s appointment is just one part of a major restructure of sales operations at SMI which is currently looking to further expand its network of overseas distributors in the manufacturing and refrigerated services industries particularly in mainland Europe SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article

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  • Shropshire Council leader joins business-led LEP board - Shropshire Business Today
    was Leader for four years of the former Shropshire County Council before its transformation to a unitary authority Malcolm Pate He has also held a number of senior managerial positions in regionally based manufacturing businesses as well as establishing his own internet based businesses specialising in nautical memorabilia Speaking of his appointment to the board of the Marches LEP Councillor Pate said The local enterprise partnership model whereby businesses take the lead in driving economic vitality and sustainable employment as well as managing 80m worth of government funding for regional growth has proved itself to be an incredibly successful one over the last five years and I am honoured to now have a seat at the table I am joining a diverse team of people all of whom share a common desire to see the Marches region flourish and I hope that my experience of both local political leadership and senior private sector management will prove to be a beneficial addition to the LEP s work Graham Wynn Chairman of the Marches LEP added Whilst the LEP is a business led organisation it simply couldn t work effectively without the support and partnership from the Leaders of the three local authorities Councillor Pate has an unwavering commitment to serve both the people of Albrighton as well as the wider county of Shropshire and I don t doubt that this will now extend to the wider Marches region His background in senior manufacturing roles will further support the LEP s mission to ensure that skills in key industry sectors are further developed as a means of allowing the region to meet its potential for growth SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Starring role for accountants in new corporate video Next article Stadco Schneider and Caterpillar receive national manufacturing recognition Carl Jones

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  • Four fifths of top SME export destinations are in Europe - Shropshire Business Today
    remained out of the top ten in 18 th position exports to China from the UK continued to grow at a steady rate up 21 in the same period John Pitchford Head of Corporate and Business Banking for Barclays in Shropshire said Our Index shows that UK exporting saw a small boost on the previous year with the value of payments up as trading relationships grow globally Long standing relationships remain between UK businesses and European trading hubs such as Germany and France along with the US as the top export destinations Despite the recent slowdown in China s economic growth there are still huge export opportunities for UK producers British products and services are in demand and exploring overseas avenues delivers huge growth potential The first port of call when considering exporting is identifying a target market and researching it thoroughly learning the culture economic and political environment customs market how business is conducted and most importantly the competition Deciphering how a product should be sold direct from the UK or using distributors is also an important first step as well as planning how a product can be promoted overseas The Barclays Business Abroad Index also found growth in exports from the UK s retail and manufacturing businesses in 2015 up by 36 and 10 respectively compared to 2014 despite a difficult year for the manufacturing sector Barclays has joined forces with the UKTI as the bank aspires to helping over 15 000 SMEs to export in the next five years under its Exporting is GREAT campaign As part of this commitment Barclays has also introduced new features to its Business Abroad service driving greater solutions for business wanting to export The service offers free access to expert guidance advice workshops and tools The latest features include discounted shipping

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  • Carl Jones, Author at Shropshire Business Today
    drafted into Shropshire restaurant Carl Jones Feb 12 2016 0 Facelift plans for Shrewsbury shopping centre Carl Jones Feb 12 2016 0 Shropshire firm hoping for sweet success on Benelux trade mission Carl Jones Feb 11 2016 0 Skoda boss in driving seat to unveil new look Shropshire showroom Carl Jones Feb 10 2016 0 Care company leaves its franchise group to go it alone Carl Jones Feb 10 2016

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  • Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails - Shropshire Business Today
    of the European Convention on Human Rights the right to respect for private and family life the home and correspondence by scrutinising his internet use at work He was dismissed for using the internet for personal purposes contrary to internal regulations and took his case to the Romanian County Court He lost and appealed to the European court which recently ruled against him But Amber warned that monitoring must always be proportionate and legitimate or employers could be left without legal grounds to support any investigations In this case the European Court of Human Rights concluded that a fair balance had been struck between the employee s right to respect for his private life and the employer s interests she said But remember that monitoring must always be proportionate and legitimate If this balance is not struck then employers will find themselves in breach of Article 8 as well as being at risk of other employment claims for example for a breach of the implied duty of trust and confidence between employer and employee Employers also need to make sure they have an information technology and communications policy that is clearly communicated to staff Amber added Even where surveillance is proportionate and legitimate the employee must also have been put on notice that their privacy is being restricted in this particular way Monitoring employees email and internet use also raises other issues as it must comply with Data Protection rules Remember when it comes to data protection it is not enough just to inform employees you are processing personal data You also must explain for instance your reasons for doing so how the information will be used and how it will be stored and protected FBC Manby Bowdler has offices in Shrewsbury Telford and Bridgnorth SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous

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