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  • The real price of capitalism - Shropshire Business Today
    private equity firm Langholm Capital in 2008 for 40m Langholms have spent the last five years driving up revenue as the company pushes into foreign markets Turnover has rocketed past 40m overseas earnings have soared by more than 100 per cent and the company now trades in more than 30 countries All well and good and easy to see why it might now attract considerable interest even at the eye watering price Langholms are asking The talk is that several overseas companies could be interested in the deal keen to cash in one the brand s growing profile in emerging markets such as China And this is where the problems could start While an overseas buyout might be good for the company opening up new markets and bringing with it the potential for cheaper labour it could be far less advantageous for the local community Take the case of the buyout of Cadbury by US giant Kraft as an example Despite pledges by the company that British jobs were safe 200 staff at three plants including the Marlbrook operation just down the road from Tyrrells lost their posts in a global reorganisation This is the harsh truth of the free market in a global economy Workers are not just competing with the next town county or country for their jobs but with the entire globe And we in the West are very quickly pricing ourselves out of that competition This of course is not an argument for protectionism or a Little England mentality We need UK companies to be thriving across the world developing new markets and bringing fresh revenue in the country It is part of the lifeblood of our economy And we need that relationship to be a two way affair with the rest of the world happy

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/sbtblog/the-real-price-of-capitalism/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Time to row our own course? - Shropshire Business Today
    fundamental lesson of personal finance You cannot spend what you do not have A similar day of reckoning is now looming for the Government over our ongoing membership of the EU And though the sums of cash being bandied about are slightly higher than in my love struck case the principle is much the same Can we really afford to stay in the EU during such a savage economic downturn Some economists reckon that Britain has pumped around 228 billion into Europe since 1979 and got just 143 billion back in benefits Supporters say the sums are much more complex than this and that up to three million UK jobs depend on our continuing membership of the Union They say there is no way Britain would be allowed to leave the club amicably and that if we wanted to continue to trade with Europe after pulling out of the EU we would be left following rules we had no say in making More than half of this country s total trade in goods and services some 400billion is with the EU and we would become a political irrelevance once we had quit they claim Those urging a referendum say this is rubbish and that we would simply continue to trade with Europe as an independent partner and be free to forge trade alliances with other parts of the world More importantly still they argue we would regain our sovereignty and establish control over our own borders There is of course merit on all sides of the argument What there is not is the cash in the bank to continue with the status quo while the politicians conduct their own private squabble This is more than a matter to be discussed at the dinner parties of the political elite It is

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/sbtblog/time-to-row-our-own-course/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Analysis Archives - Page 51 of 54 - Shropshire Business Today
    Oct 31 2013 0 Stuck in the sidings SBT Aug 12 2013 0 Pressing the self destruct button SBT Aug 11 2013 0 Brain drain SBT Aug 10 2013 0 Payback time starts here SBT Aug 10 2013 0 The muckspreader s lament SBT Aug 10 2013 0 1 50 51 52 53 Page 51 of 53 Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line for

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/category/sbtblog/page/51/ (2016-02-16)
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  • New Editor for Shropshire Business Today - Shropshire Business Today
    distributed free to the county s 20 000 top corporate decision makers and influencers Carl an award winning writer is the Shropshire Star s longest serving business editor filling the role for nine years until 2002 He is a co founder of the Shropshire Business Awards where he continues to serve as a judge and has been the black tie event s master of ceremonies for the past 13 years He is also a former board member of The Prince s Trust and Young Enterprise Carl is a regular voice on BBC Radio Shropshire through his weekly film reviews and guest presenting shifts which will continue He said I m looking forward to getting back on the county business networking circuit renewing acquaintances with some familiar faces and meeting plenty of new ones In business terms few counties in Britain can be as diverse as Shropshire and that makes the task of editing the magazine an exciting prospect Sarah Jane said I am delighted that Carl has agreed to join Blossom Media Communications and take over as editor of SBT I have thoroughly enjoyed launching and establishing SBT as the county s only dedicated business to business magazine and it is a pleasure to be able hand it over to Carl whose great experience will mean it can be developed further Between us Jon Carl and I have nearly 90 years experience in the media much of which has been spent working together in the county Carl s decision will mean we can combine all of our skills to develop new projects we wish to pursue whilst being able to continue to maintain the high quality editorial in our current two titles Only last month Blossom Media Communications launched its first glossy consumer magazine Shrewsbury Today edited by Jon and

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/new-editor-for-shropshire-business-today/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Plastics exhibition heading for Telford - Shropshire Business Today
    Plastics Design and Moulding PDM Show and inaugural Plastics Recycling Expo PRE Combined the industry events will see delegates from across the whole of the UK and Europe attend and could bring in over 1 2million to the local economy This is the second year in a row that we have brought PDM to Telford said Crain Communications managing director Steve Crowhurst As a destination it has a special place in our heart as it was the launch venue for the show back in 2005 We were tempted to London for a few years but Telford s enhanced and expanded offer over the last few years plus the fantastic support from the Telford team has made it a must return and we re thrilled now that we made the call SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Time travail Next article New Editor for Shropshire Business Today 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 help bridge the local skills gap Redrawing the map to give Shrewsbury a business boost Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line for

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/plastics-exhibition-heading-for-telford/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Carl Jones, Author at Shropshire Business Today - Page 64 of 66
    Business Awards picture gallery Carl Jones Jul 14 2014 0 Shropshire Business Awards the winners Carl Jones Jul 12 2014 0 Howzat for a corporate cricket day Carl Jones Jul 10 2014 0 And the business oscar goes to Carl Jones Jul 10 2014 0 75m homes and jobs boost Carl Jones Jul 7 2014 0 1 63 64 65 66 Page 64 of 66 Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/author/carljones/page/64/ (2016-02-16)
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  • £400,000 hotel and spa revamp is unveiled - Shropshire Business Today
    hotel s facilities gathered at the hotel along with the Mayor of Shrewsbury Miles Kenny and invited guests for the official opening Bill and Wyllis Turner two of the first people to sign up as members when the leisure club first opened 30 years ago were also on hand to help cut the ribbon with Shrewsbury Town manager Micky Mellon and Councillor Kenny Guests then enjoyed a champagne reception and tour of the new facilities Hotel general manager Jennifer Sibbald Wall said We are so excited about the new look leisure facilities the complex has been completely transformed into a luxury retreat After 30 years many aspects of the leisure club and spa were starting to look a bit tired and were in desperate need of updating We think members and hotel guests alike will be extremely impressed with the facilities and will find it a much more appealing place to come and relax and unwind We are thrilled to have the support of Shrewsbury Town FC and look forward to welcoming members to the club on a regular basis Mr Mellon from Shrewsbury Town FC said Supporting the local community and businesses is important to us and it s great that facilities like these are available for local people to use The leisure club makeover is part of an ongoing 2 million project to breathe new life into the 18th Century hotel which was acquired by Peter Cashman 12 months ago The businessman who is also chief executive of Focus Hotels which manages Madeley Court Hotel in Telford brought the hotel with a vision in mind He said I knew straight away when I saw the hotel that it had great potential It s such a magnificent building and by all accounts a hidden gem in Shropshire From day

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/400000-hotel-and-spa-revamp-is-unveiled/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Busy winter ahead after energy firm earns official certification - Shropshire Business Today
    the relevant building regulations 7 Energy is covered by the accreditation for wet and dry wood burner and biomass boiler installations along with the installation of flues and chimneys Although the firm also designs supplies and installs other renewable energy systems including solar pv panels and solar thermal panels across Shropshire and Mid Wales the advent of winter always sparks a surge in enquiries Managing Director Martin Dowley said Gaining HETAS accreditation was very important as it gives customers peace of mind that we reach the stringent standards set by an independent industry organisation Even though it has been quite mild so far the onset of winter always leads to a spike in enquiries and installations of heating systems as people realise that they want their home to be warm With the Government s Renewable Heating Incentive for domestic and non domestic installations there is a real passion among people for installing renewable energy systems that will also save them money in the long term 7 Energy now features on the HETAS searchable register of approved installers at www hetas co uk SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Controversial law changes are condemned by Shropshire experts Next article Redundant barns

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/busy-winter-ahead-after-energy-firm-earns-official-certification/ (2016-02-16)
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