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  • Rihanna case highlights intellectual rights dangers - Shropshire Business Today
    passing off which meant the unauthorised image was damaging to the star s brand as people may believe she had endorsed the product Charlotte said the judges ruling in the Rihanna case illustrated the importance of brand protection The judges felt that because of previous links with Topshop and the similarity of the shot to an album cover it was deceiving to the public who may believe it was an official collaboration The appeal judges were keen to stress that this was a stronger case than usual but it is still a salutary warning to anyone working in this field In most cases this type of action occurs because using an image in this way could suggest to the outside world that the brand or celebrity in this case are connected to the businesses products or services using the image or content Last year Charlotte acted on behalf of a Welsh photographer in a case against Next The photographer s image of a stunt rider during the West Mid Show in Shrewsbury was taken from the internet and an altered version appeared on a T shirt from the chain s children s range Charlotte added Businesses out there should take note your intellectual property is a serious and valuable asset You should make sure you get the protection available to you so that should your reputation be taken advantage of in some way you are in the best possible place to act against it Although the points of law involved in the Next and Rihanna cases differ they both serve as a warning to all businesses to ensure that they acquire the correct legal rights and clearances to use any image before committing designs to print she said Otherwise it could end up costing them dearly in both monetary and

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  • Promoting 'BESST' practice for local firms - Shropshire Business Today
    The event which will take place between 8 30am and 11am will use the forthcoming enhancement of ISO 14001 as a focus welcoming Clare Hanns of BSI as the keynote speaker who will provide an overview of the legislation expected changes to the requirements and what businesses will need to do to meet them BESST Members Environmental Services through Partnership ESP will also provide tips on how members can approach the changes and ensure they fulfil the required standards In addition the session will welcome Felicity Wingrove Managing Director of PR agenncy Zen Communications whose presentation will focus on communicating in a crisis looking at what happens if a business is caught in non compliance of legislation or best practice and the potential impact on the firm s reputation Felicity will demonstrate why issues and crisis communications should be at the top of the agenda for all businesses and share some of her top tips to ensure they are always prepared Jaclyn continued With the session focused on compliance of legislation we thought it was only right to welcome along a speaker who could demonstrate just what could happen if businesses don t comply With Felicity s background supporting the likes of BP with some internal communications during the Deepwater Horizon incident as well as BAE Systems during a variety of internal challenges she not only has the expertise but also the experience to talk about environmental crisis communications Spaces are naturally limited so I d urge anyone interested in attending to get in touch to reserve their seat either by calling 01952 567 578 or emailing besst telford gov uk concluded Jaclyn Business Environment Support Scheme Telford BESST works in partnership with private and public sector businesses to help them improve their environmental performance in order to boost competitiveness

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  • Fire service seeks to dispel employment myths - Shropshire Business Today
    attend weekly drill nights and are trained to a high skill level The job description includes being physically fit and reliable but the brigade is keen to dispel the myths that firefighters must be super strong or male Mother of two Ruth Walkerdine who is one of three women based at Hodnet fire station said recruits had to be physically very fit to join Shropshire Fire and Rescue Service Before I joined I had good cardio fitness but I needed to do upper body strength training because I had to use muscles I d never used before Men are stronger than us but we have to be able to lift a certain amount Shropshire has one of the highest proportion of on call firefighters in the UK with 80 per cent of its brigade made up of highly skilled recruits who work a designated number of hours each week They turn out to deal with a wide range of emergencies including car crashes house and business fires water rescues floods building collapses and animal rescues They also work hard to educate the public in fire prevention as part of a community fire safety role We want to dispel the myths that firefighters have to be large burly macho or super strong said organiser Laura Kavanagh Jones Women have been firefighters in Shropshire for many years It s good pay brings lots of public recognition and you work close to home New recruits have to pass job related physical tests proving they can work in confined spaces are confident at heights and strong enough to put a 13 5 metre ladder back onto a fire appliance with other crew members Tests carried out at the brigade s training school at Telford fire station include applicants having to climb a ladder carry

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/fire-service-seeks-to-dispel-employment-myths/ (2016-02-16)
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  • International investment for region's new TV channel - Shropshire Business Today
    the demand that exists for a dedicated regional channel and the possibilities for success that it offers The talent and experience of delivering successful television that exists both within Big Centre TV and in the wider West Midlands region is phenomenal and the work that the team have put in to successfully launch a local TV station within three months is testament to their talent and drive Our goal is to not only support Big Centre TV in becoming a well established channel in its own region but to help the team develop and expand the business with the ultimate aim to make the company an international success Britain is famous worldwide for its creativity in television and I believe that Chris Perry Mike Prince and the team at Big Centre TV have the capability to produce programmes which will not only be interesting to the people of the West Midlands but to English speaking countries across the globe Mike Prince founder of Big Centre TV said It is inspiring for Big Centre TV to receive support from international investors and we are delighted to welcome Gord and Maureen Haddock to the Big Centre TV family This investment into the West Midlands economy will be key to our future success and that of the team at our Walsall studios as we continue to develop the station Sajid Javid Secretary of State for Culture Media and Sport welcomed the investment saying Congratulations to Big Centre TV This investment demonstrates not only the important role that local television plays but how far the station has come in just a short period of time The investment is a recognition of the creative talent that exists in the West Midlands It will also support the training and education of the young people who attended

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/international-investment-for-regions-new-tv-channel/ (2016-02-16)
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  • A good night from Alan Ward - Shropshire Business Today
    summer Organised by The Sleep Council the awareness month which was held throughout March aimed to remind people why a sound sleep is good for their health This is an exciting development for all at Alan Ward as the refurbishment programme continues We wanted to make it as easy as possible for people to find their dream bed said department manager Debbie Pitcher On average we spend one third of our lives in bed so it is worth investing time and effort in making the best choice The makeover at the Ennerdale Road store included new carpets throughout a new internal refit the addition of several room size displays and most importantly expansion of the bed range to include more than 60 divan beds and bed frames including leading brands such as Sealy Vi Spring and Tempur We have the largest range of beds in Shropshire as well as five staff members with over 40 years experience in helping people choose their perfect bed so there will always be someone on hand to offer help and advice Mrs Pitcher said The store also offers a bespoke service to help people with specific needs The longest standard size mattress is six feet six inches which isn t long enough for many people We are often asked to supply specially long beds for very tall people We have also produced special size bed bases to fit inside antique bed surrounds We can normally find a solution to most problems people come to us with said Mrs Pitcher Pictured Kathy Lesser marketing manager with Shrewsbury store manager Steve Vernon www alanwardfurniture co uk SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Rainproofing your cash flow Next article Peggy s into print SBT RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff

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  • Shropshire Business Today News
    Apr 10 2015 0 Berrys staff get on their bikes for charity Carl Jones Sep 2 2014 0 Farmers urged to prepare for new reforms Carl Jones Oct 11 2014 0 Federation to the fore SBT Sep 21 2012 0 College unveils new 3 5m engineering academy Carl Jones Sep 4 2014 0 Aardvark s silver service SBT Jul 1 2013 0 Landmark Woolworths decision ends years of uncertainty Carl

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  • Shropshire Business Today News
    By review score Random News Home News Shropshire Business Today news and information for the business and corporate sector in and around Shropshire Editor Carl Jones The hunt is on once again for Telford s Brainiest Business Carl Jones Sep 5 2015 0 Shropshire apprentice scoops top training award Carl Jones Apr 21 2015 0 MP in apprentice call SBT Jul 6 2012 0 Top award for Ludlow manufacturing company Carl Jones Mar 4 2015 0 Shropshire businesses are urged to go back to basics Carl Jones Apr 14 2015 0 Shropshire Business Awards the winners Carl Jones Jul 12 2014 0 Emergency first aid courses for Shropshire businesses Carl Jones Apr 8 2015 0 BT turns to Shropshire for crime fighting support Carl Jones Apr 16 2015 0 Business duo spurred on by life changing experiences Carl Jones Jun 1 2015 0 1 2 3 4 61 Page 3 of 61 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

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  • Shropshire Business Today News
    and around Shropshire Editor Carl Jones 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 1 59 60 61 Page 61 of 61 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

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