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  • 'Three' is the magic number to help bridge the local skills gap - Shropshire Business Today
    Next we need our schools and colleges to talk about manufacturing as a fantastic opportunity and spend time getting to know what 21st century engineering actually looks like Teachers are vital for sowing the early seeds into the minds of pupils looking to set out on their career path Finally the missing link Training Providers Not often discussed but absolutely critical in the winning formula we need to create The latter is an area Salop Design Engineering know well having finally developed a strong relationship with In Comm after years of struggling to find the right organisation to team up with Together the new partnership has invested more than 300 000 into a new apprentice training academy at the firm s base in Brixton Way which features modern lathes milling centres surface grinders welding bays and a 10 seat CAD training room Over 60 apprentices will be taught here every year with the long term plan to increase this to 200 by 2018 As manufacturers we need to push training providers to be fully accountable to their clients and this visible accountability will ensure the Apprenticeship Levy is not just another buzz initiative that lines the pockets of the wrong people whilst failing the companies it has been designed to help added Christopher We ve been one of the fortunate manufacturers that have managed to find a training provider that is right for our business In Comm Training has been working with us for some time now and has become more of a strategic partner so much so that we actually embarked on the new venture last year He added It has been a bold move opening the Academy especially as the resource is there for all firms in Shropshire to take advantage of It s not just going to

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/three-is-the-magic-number-to-help-bridge-the-local-skills-gap/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Redrawing the map to give Shrewsbury a business boost - Shropshire Business Today
    Town Clerk David Gillam Senior Designer City ID The map was designed as part of a wider wayfinding project being led by Shrewsbury BID in partnership Shropshire Council and Shrewsbury Town Council which will provide a new and comprehensive visitor and wayfinding information system for the town centre with new on street signage and mapping products Businesses and local organisations attended a workshop in November which focussed on the identity and design for the map and a new system which the project team plan to unveil later this year Consultants City ID have designed a clear easy to follow map of the area in and around the River Severn loop It features architectural style drawings of key buildings and references to shopping hospitality leisure coach drop off points amenities and other information to help visitors explore Shrewsbury s historic streets Shrewsbury Tourism Association were given first use of the map as part of the introduction on new street products later in the year Kirsten Henly Shrewsbury BID Executive Director said We re proud of Shrewsbury s distinctive character which sets it apart as a special destination We are keen to help visitors navigate the town centre and discover how much it has to offer whether their interests are leisure and culture food and drink or retail therapy Dilwyn Jones Sabrina Boat and STA Director added The Shrewsbury Tourism Association STA have been producing the town map and visitor brochure for a number of years and it has been fantastic to upgrade the existing map this year as part of the wider project for the town We re delighted that the STA and Shrewsbury BID have been working together to help visitors get the most out of their visit to Shrewsbury SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article New management team drafted

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  • Facelift plans for Shrewsbury shopping centre - Shropshire Business Today
    to south Shrewsbury residents said Matthew Pegg asset manager for the property We have units from 700 to 1 300 square feet available The improvement work is going to make a significant difference to the convenience offer and retail experience at this local shopping parade The local convenience shopping sector has become an increasing focus for us and we now own more than 245 retail sites across the UK As a proactive property investment company we are constantly looking at how we can further improve our sites Letting agents for Sutton Farm are Halls Commercial in Shrewsbury whose manager James Evans negotiated the multi million pound purchase of the property on behalf the LCP Group With the significant inward investment in the surrounding area for residential development London and Cambridge Properties Limited believes the centre can only go from strength to strength said Mr Evans This has been confirmed by the placing under offer of a further unit within the centre I anticipate that the addition of car parking at the front of the centre will be of huge appeal to existing and new customers SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Shropshire firm hoping for sweet success on Benelux trade

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/facelift-plans-for-shrewsbury-shopping-centre/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Shropshire firm hoping for sweet success on Benelux trade mission - Shropshire Business Today
    right people in the food sector show off our product and start us on our path to exporting Following this fact finding mission we hope to start exporting seriously in 2017 Leanne and her husband started their business in their Shropshire home in 2009 and within 12 months had moved to a production unit in Gains Park Shrewsbury In 2011 it moved again and now has two units at the Shropshire Food Enterprise Centre where the couple employ 20 staff It s been an exciting few years as we ve begun to build the business selling to shops such as The Co op Ocado and Spar Now with UKTI s help we re hoping to expand our reach further added Leanne A total of 25 food and consumer businesses from across the country will be taking part in the food and consumer goods focused two day programme on February 16 18 which aims to help companies explore the opportunities in the three European markets of Belgium Luxembourg and the Netherlands While there Leanne and fellow entrepreneurs will meet a range of international contacts including the British ambassador to the Netherlands Sir Geoffrey Adams and will be offered guidance on how to approach traders in the region She will also take part in tours of retail stores supermarkets food halls and buying centres in The Hague Christine Hamilton interim UKTI regional director in the West Midlands said EIVs were a superb opportunity for businesses with little or no experience in international sales start the process of exporting She said I m very pleased to see that a local company will be participating in this business programme which will offer a great insight into exporting to three key EU states Leanne will benefit hugely from being out in the field meeting some

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/shropshire-firm-hopes-for-sweet-success-on-export-trade-mission/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Skoda boss in driving seat to unveil new-look Shropshire showroom - Shropshire Business Today
    huge success and marked an exciting milestone in the history of the Furrows Group It was a great pleasure to welcome so many visitors to our showroom which really does look fantastic and the response we ve had so far to the brand new facilities has been incredible The building has been completely remodelled to match Skoda s latest corporate identity programme and the new exterior and interior signage combined with comfortable customer areas is already proving to be extremely popular It s been a dramatic change and the workshop behind the scenes has been upgraded too with the addition of six new service ramps The unveiling of our new Skoda showroom heralds the beginning of the Furrows Group s centenary celebrations as we ve been in business since 1918 and we couldn t have asked for a more dynamic and exciting start to the anniversary programme As part of the new look facilities customers can use the new computerised car configurator systems which allow them to choose from a range of colour and finish options when ordering their new car They can select from a list of equipment choices and then view their choices before placing their order directly with the Skoda factory Furrows Group Dealer Principal Dave Farthing said The new showroom is a major investment for Furrows but we see it as paying the town of Oswestry back for the loyalty and support our local customers have shown us over the years We ve been in Oswestry for over 50 years and it s a great opportunity to show our dedication and commitment to the town and the county We d like to thank all our customers for their ongoing support and everyone who attended the very special launch event which was a real celebration for our

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/skoda-boss-in-driving-seat-to-unveil-new-look-shropshire-showroom/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Sitting down, or standing up . . . the new desktop dilemma - Shropshire Business Today
    find difficulty straightening up when I first stood Having a stand up desk has enabled me to gradually increase the amount of time I stand during the day and adopt a better body position while working which benefits my back I now have far less back pain and am building up better supporting muscles which is brilliant for my long term health It really is easy to swap from standing up to sitting down if I feel tired but I am able to stand for much longer periods than I ever thought possible She added I also feel more energised which is carrying through into my home life as well I definitely feel I have more energy at the end of the day And I am nowhere near as stiff as I was Lorane Scott a Supply Planner for Dechra Pharmaceuticals Plc also of Shrewsbury has spent a week a month for the last six years at their central distribution hub in Denmark where 100 of office workers compared to one percent of British workers have stand up desks They take office ergonomics very seriously over there Stand up desks are wonderful because they are easy to use you only have to press a button to adjust the desk to the height required It feels so natural to use and stand for four to five hours a day which is good for the posture I am far less listless at the end of the working day I have been saying for years that there is certainly a health benefit to getting up and moving around and it was a good call by this business to start investing in stand up desks Shifnal husband and wife Chris and Sue Blake who have quite different jobs and pastimes that require using a computer on a regular basis visited the Chrisbeon showroom at Stafford Park where they were given a demonstration by partners Richard and Craig Hughes The couple who have been Chrisbeon customers for 20 years purchasing stationery and sometimes office furniture said they had previously heard of the Varidesk but hadn t seen one We took a liking to them and purchased two said Chris a driving instructor As a result the Varidesk has totally revolutionised our work from home We spend many hours at our desks each week and where previously we would frequently stand up to get the circulation back and stop feeling physically irritable we can now work happily for long periods of time confident in the benefits of standing at our desks Said Sue a piano teacher who also edits a local parish magazine on computer at home When faced with a big project to complete we no longer dread the thought of all those hours sitting down but now face it with renewed vigour The Varidesk has the added advantage of being at the right height if for example you just want to check emails If we prefer to sit we can lower the desks and

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/features/sitting-down-or-standing-up-the-new-desktop-dilemma/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Entries open for 2016 Shropshire Business Awards - Shropshire Business Today
    can help make your company more profitable So why not make this the year you enter the Shropshire Business Awards Entry couldn t be simpler all we are looking for at this stage is up to 500 words about your company telling us about your successes and achievements Visit www shropshirebusinessawards co uk to complete the online form Submissions can be made in the following categories Company of the Year Best Small Business Best New Business Customer Service Online Business of the Year Business in the Community Technology Enterprise and Innovation Manufacturing Transport and Logistics International Trade Apprenticeships Travel Tourism and Hospitality The John Clayton Award Enter online now The 2016 Shropshire Business Awards is a great opportunity to join like minded individuals whilst celebrating all that is great about Shropshire business Book for the Awards now and save 15 during February using code earlybird15 Do you want to be associated with the 2016 Shropshire Business Awards There are still a number of sponsorship opportunities available to find out more click here SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Shropshire buying consortium supports women in business events Next article Shropshire firms learn how to energize their workplace Carl Jones http 4

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/features/entries-open-for-2016-shropshire-business-awards/ (2016-02-16)
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  • 2016 Shropshire Business Awards are launched - Shropshire Business Today
    s awards the winner was Online Business of the Year The new award will sit alongside popular returning categories such as Best New Business Customer Service Business In The Community Travel Tourism Hospitality Technology Enterprise Innovation Apprenticeships International Trade Best Small Business Manufacturing and of course the Company of the Year top prize Nominations are also being sought for the John Clayton Award voted on by Shropshire Chamber s board of directors for someone who has made an outstanding contribution to the local business community Entries for the awards open on February 1 and close on May 4 with the black tie awards ceremony being held at The International Centre in Telford on June 24 There s also an early bird price offer for anyone booking tables before the end of February For more details including the last couple of sponsorship opportunities see www shropshirebusinessawards co uk Sponsors already on board this year include Shropshire Council Telford Wrekin Council Barclays Global Freight Telford College of Arts and Technology Good 2 Great Rybrook Shrewsbury University of Wolverhampton Lanyon Bowdler and Nick Jones Wealth Planning SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Bank of England briefing is right on the money Next article

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/features/2016-shropshire-business-awards-are-launched/ (2016-02-16)
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