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  • Chinese delegation pick up marketing tips on fact-finding mission - Shropshire Business Today
    Bolsover vice general manager Lou Dou and sales director C H Chong from ARV and Zhang yang xun chairman of the board general manager and application researcher at China National Heavy Duty Truck Group We were delighted to welcome the delegation which was looking to develop the market for caravans and motorhomes in China said Salop Leisure s managing director Mark Bebb We spent the afternoon talking about the development of the industry in China and the history of our dealership The company they work for which makes trucks and motorhomes is predominantly government owned and has a turnover of 32 billion They live in what they described as a small coastal town with a population of nine million It s an exciting industry with huge potential in China as there are a lot of people with disposable income who want to escape from the cities and pollution of urban areas to rural destinations It was very interesting to talk to them about an industry at the start of its progression and to discuss marketing something that currently doesn t exist in China SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Shropshire company s Back To The Future video spoof watch it

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/features/chinese-delegation-pick-up-marketing-tips-on-fact-finding-mission/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Employment law updates at county seminars - Shropshire Business Today
    and Work Service which is intended to help employers deal with sickness related absences John Merry There will also be a special feature presentation on restrictive covenants which can be invaluable in protecting employers business interests Lanyon Bowdler which has offices in Shrewsbury Telford Oswestry Ludlow and Hereford helps owner managed businesses and large companies with their employment law needs providing practical support and advice alongside colleagues in fellow commercial services departments who specialise in commercial property dispute resolution and corporate law John Merry head of the Employment Law department at Lanyon Bowdler said the seminars will benefit all types of business in Shropshire and Herefordshire He said Employment law changes so often that it can be difficult for businesses to keep up to date but it is important that they do so in order to avoid exposure to liability This is why we will be holding seminars at multiple locations and condensing the latest changes into half day sessions delivered by our specialist employment solicitors The first session takes place on October 7 at the Telford Campus of the University of Wolverhampton there will be another on October 9 at the Wynnstay Hotel Oswestry and the final session takes place at The Courtyard Hereford on October 17 Registration will be from 9am before mid morning refreshments and the opportunity to network with the seminar expected to be finished by midday To book a place contact Amanda Jones at amanda jones lblaw co uk or fill in the form at http www lblaw co uk press events seminars aspx SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Direct rail link hailed as fantastic news for Shropshire Next article Shropshire law firms announce merger Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Four fifths of top SME export destinations are

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/employment-law-updates-at-county-seminars/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Evidence of genius - Shropshire Business Today
    stolen and recovered the police can use that code to trace the owner and bring to account those responsible for the theft SmartWater has also developed technology that can deploy via a spray system to physically mark intruders and their clothes providing an irrefutable tie back to a particular crime scene that will remain detectable long after the crime has taken place Chief executive Phil Cleary explains SmartWater may appear to be a simple concept but it is underpinned by very robust science and a proven strategy that has produced measurable reductions in crime within a variety of settings Despite all we have achieved we are not complacent and continue to push forward developing answers to problems where no real solution had previously existed This includes providing traceability to items that reach ultra high temperature and integrating our products into manufacturing processes Metal theft has been high on everyone s agenda in recent years as the price paid for recycled metal has gone through the roof This has made a target of everything from garden gates to power cables that run along railway lines and the copper that keeps our phones and internet connections alive The disruption when these items are targeted by thieves is huge and costly which is why utility providers and local authorities have built SmartWater products and strategies into their approach to combating the problem with impressive results Not only has SmartWater aided significant reductions in crime it has also aided the conviction of serious organised criminals recently four men were jailed for 11 years after SmartWater linked them to more than 30 railway cable thefts Honey traps To date SmartWater has been used to aid more than 1 000 criminal convictions and maintains a 100 per cent conviction rate in court It is for this reason that police forces around the UK are equipped to routinely check for the presence of SmartWater on both suspects and property using detection equipment provided to them at no cost by SmartWater itself Some forces even use SmartWater proactively to target persistent criminals for instance by equipping capture cars with spray devices and parking them like honey traps in areas blighted by car crime In the event of the police identifying suspects or property marked with SmartWater samples are sent to the firm s forensic laboratories in Telford where scientist decode the solution to positively identify where it came from These same scientists will then give evidence in criminal courts should it be required to aid any prosecutions Where SmartWater stands apart in the security sector is that there is so much more to it than just its forensic products SmartWater works with its clients as a full partner in their risk management strategies carrying out year round strategies to maximise its impact as a deterrent This includes control room operations to collate and share intelligence about crime patterns and shifting risk profiles as well as days of action when SmartWater investigators will target handlers and receivers of stolen

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/companies/evidence-of-genius/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Features Archives - Page 2 of 21 - Shropshire Business Today
    trio are ready for lift off with new venture Carl Jones May 13 2015 0 Here s something that Facebook fans might not like Carl Jones May 1 2015 0 Investments a cut above SBT Jul 6 2012 0 Waste not want not SBT Jul 4 2012 0 Ice machine maker expands its Telford operation Carl Jones Mar 24 2015 0 1 2 3 21 Page 2 of 21 Recent

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  • Features Archives - Page 3 of 21 - Shropshire Business Today
    28 2012 0 Building for a brave new world Adam Haynes Jul 7 2014 0 Crumbs SBT Jul 6 2012 0 It s good to talk Firms sign communication contract Carl Jones Aug 5 2014 0 Time to show creative credentials SBT Sep 21 2012 0 Inspirational speaker unveiled for Shropshire business awards event Carl Jones Nov 10 2015 0 1 2 3 4 21 Page 3 of 21 Recent

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/category/features/page/3/?filter_by=random_posts (2016-02-16)
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  • Features Archives - Page 21 of 21 - Shropshire Business Today
    your business underestimating power of the grey pound Carl Jones Apr 22 2015 0 Time to reboot SBT Sep 21 2012 0 1 19 20 21 Page 21 of 21 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/category/features/page/21/?filter_by=random_posts (2016-02-16)
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  • Coach firm is motoring with new publication - Shropshire Business Today
    Hall Directors Lakeside Coaches and Neil Bevan Director Hunter Bevan Marketing Design Photo PBArtworks In addition to the printed format On The Road is also being published online with approaching 2 000 people showing interest so far via the company s website Gareth Davies Director says We are really proud of the magazine and all the effort our staff have put in to make the first edition happen We have some fantastic design work created locally by Hunter Bevan and some great images by PB Artworks too We are always trying to push the bar with our operation and following on from the launch of our seat back safety cards the magazine sees us using some of the best of the airline industry ideas This achievement marks a three year period of intense growth for the company which has grown by 50 leading the industry in the area and becoming a major provider of employment in rural North Shropshire SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Happy New Year Why January is a boom time for Shropshire job hunters Next article Controversial law changes are condemned by Shropshire experts Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/coach-firm-is-motoring-with-new-publication/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Engineering firm opens new factory in Telford - Shropshire Business Today
    of bridge components with the benefit of additional space for the research and development of new products The installation of state of the art equipment will also improve efficiency and save energy in line with the company s sustainable technology ethos to do more with less materials and energy Mr Bottomley said With the continued growth and improvement in the UK s manufacturing and construction industries we are delighted to be opening a new factory which will enable the company to expand on its manufacture storage and laboratory testing The new facility features one of the largest test press in the country and state of the art equipment Freyssinet has been at the forefront of bridge bearing design manufacture and installation since 1950 As part of the renowned Soletanche Freyssinet group the company s portfolio of products and services includes specialist repair strengthening and protection of structures in the building civil and marine sectors The launch of its new factory will further cement Freyssinet s standing as the largest structural repair company in the world SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Cast your vote HERE to help shape the 2016 Shropshire Business Awards Next article Telecoms man Rob makes it

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/engineering-firm-opens-new-factory-in-telford/ (2016-02-16)
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