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  • Investment Archives - Shropshire Business Today
    2012 0 Tourism as a team effort SBT Oct 28 2012 0 All is not lost amid the eurozone storm SBT Aug 6 2012 0 Investments a cut above SBT Jul 6 2012 0 Keep your bottle SBT May 18 2012 0 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/tag/investment/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Wine Archives - Shropshire Business Today
    SBT Oct 28 2012 0 Keep your bottle SBT May 18 2012 0 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

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  • Brewin Dolphin Ltd. Archives - Shropshire Business Today
    Investing for the future SBT May 18 2012 0 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

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  • Financial Planning Archives - Shropshire Business Today
    for the future SBT May 18 2012 0 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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  • Look who's talking now - Shropshire Business Today
    matter how niche your business Consider this you cannot get much more niche than a maker of engraving and marking machines but Warwickshire based Gravograph saw the potential and through a collaboration with experts at the University of Warwick developed a social media strategy that saw enquiries leap by 180 per cent with one in four of them converted to sales That has to grab your attention There are many things to be said about social media and how to use it but when it comes to the potential benefits it is hard to ignore such eye popping stats However before you can even think about diving in there is often a hurdle to be crossed in corporate culture It s called social media for a reason because it is a two way exchange but with different rules to what applied before in customer and media communication This can tend to send legal advisors and HR teams running for their Big Book of Reasons Why Not You have to get past this and learn from the examples of others from multinational behemoths to one man bands who have navigated the waters for you learning from mistakes along the way and found that empowering creative employees or learning the skills for themselves pays dividends Attitude It would be naive not to acknowledge that this concept of open conversation does not fill some bosses with dread given the potential for public complaints about products and services but all of that can be handled gracefully if you approach the arena with the correct attitude and some preparation check out twitter com marksandspencer to see it done well And of course your business is all about providing the best quality of service anyway isn t it The changing landscape means that everyone anyone can be a publisher Printed media and journalist curated online content is still crucial because it is professional and it is trusted the current discomfort of some national newspapers notwithstanding but how much better it is to be able to tell your story in your own words on a company blog links to which can then be shared through the multiple platforms of the social universe Put your pictures on Flickr and Pinterest your videos on YouTube and so on Every organisation now has at its fingertips the tools to self publish and to engage directly with multiple audiences And don t think that it s all just sitting there waiting to be found across fragmented websites Apart from the opportunities for DIY cross pollination the search engines are hoovering up your content creating an extensive archive of your online presence and hundreds of touch points for their searchers to stumble across you rather than your competitor It has to be noted that specialists in search engine visibility will point out that there is much more work needed to achieve the very best results but here we re concerned with understanding the basics There is a health warning for the uninitiated

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/features/look-whos-talking-now/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Lessons to be learned - Shropshire Business Today
    notice how every man with a pound to spend has his coin more closely inspected than ever with digital scrutiny The lesson is sinking in that it is extremely painful to be in the thrall of a bank account that eats its own head off if you step over the credit mark when the computer says no As a result only the strong business models those providing really great services and truly effective and good quality durable products are making headway The current pressures have some value as long as we learn how to convert them to opportunities Many businesses do this successfully because they offer what people need in an accessible and affordable way They also report and pump up their success and build their marketing efforts using social media and digital marketing methods In turn hundreds of new services flood to the fore offering lead generation and search engine optimisation capabilities as part of a suite of services that take bemused prospective punters a while to decipher And so it goes on at an ephemeral seeming level where you can try out an idea before it s vaguely ripened I believe we stand at a juncture as regards the digital age and one in which we need to be careful to lift our heads above the crowd to see what s really happening The internet is an immensely powerful tool but then so is the phone and what can be more real and in your face than a visit from someone who is keen to learn what machinery you might need to run your farm effectively My advice is to look out for the burning magnesium which flares astonishingly and leaves nothing in its wake Do not throw all you ve got into digital marketing if you are making products because making and selling products demands sound long term strategies particularly in agricultural businesses which have literally to be weatherproof On the other hand you can thank your lucky stars that the internet brings global marketplaces to our doorsteps There is a globe out there multicoloured and full of need If just 100 000 small businesses started to realise the value of huge export markets we could wipe out our trade deficit And this could be achieved just by waking up to the opportunities But flexibility and adaptability have to be part of the business skills mix As we make the transition into difficult times many businesses are still living on the fat of past years or watching a meter that approaches a red zone perhaps lacking the energy to retune their business models In the face of cost cutting the general action in many businesses at present seems to be one of four kinds sleepwalking to certain dormancy shipping out to greener looking grass shaping up under pressure or going for the scuttle plug There is not much to say about the banks in all this except that they seem not to need to calculate their own

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  • Global Freight back in the BSB paddock - Shropshire Business Today
    to our team but our other team partners as well We have used Global Freight for all of our major freight transactions over the 2011 season and have received excellent levels of support and service which ultimately benefits the whole of our team efforts from trackside to the huge pressure behind the scenes at our Team HQ in Colchester Essex Connections Global Freight managing director Nicole Howarth said We had a great first year as supporters of MSS Kawasaki last year making new connections and being part of the huge effort that goes into keeping a top flight racing team on the track Last year they had brand new model of the Kawasaki ZX 10R bike With a full season of development and even more winter testing completed everyone has high hopes for the team to be fighting at the front We will be proud to see Global Freight s name on the fairing and hope to be at as many races as we can to cheer them on As well as flying around the UK s circuits on the bikes at speeds reaching 200mph the Global Freight branding will be seen across the team s race trucks website and press releases pit garage hoardings and the hospitality unit Riding alongside Michael Rutter in the senior team this year is Peter Hickman who is stepping up from an impressive 2011 performance in the privateer class Michael Rutter nicknamed The Blade is one of the most experienced riders in the BSB field He is noted as the master of riding in wet conditions and is the record breaking seven times winner and current champion of the prestigious Macau GP road race Based on Halesfield Telford Global Freight is expert in import export and cross trade delivery and contracting by air sea

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/global-freight-back-in-the-bsb-paddock/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Canal trust backed by steel fab specialists - Shropshire Business Today
    explained The canal network is a critical part of not just this county s but this country s industrial heritage and we can trace our work as metal fabricators directly back through that heritage especially based where we are on the doorstep of the home of the Industrial Revolution As a company we are heavily committed to restoring strength in British manufacturing through innovation and staff skills development so the work of the Shrewsbury and Newport Canals Trust chimes very strongly with us Not only would a restored canal be a celebration of this country s industrial past it would be an income generating tourism bonus for Shropshire and a great educational resource John an inland waterways enthusiast himself who has restored his own narrowboat will also be serving as the chairman of the Telford support group of the trust which focuses on the Rodington to Newport section of the canal including the project to restore the former canal company buildings at Wappenshall which will require 1 3m of funding to carry out the work He is also keen on developing relationships between the trust and the area s schools and colleges as well as Wolverhampton University Shrewsbury and Newport Canals Trust chairman Bernie Jones said We are delighted to have Fabweld Steel Products as a corporate member of the trust and we very much welcome John Tudor becoming a trustee and his willingness to be so heavily involved in the trust s work The success of our efforts to restore the canal and its surrounds will greatly depend on such committed local support for a project which has huge potential to benefit the entire county The trust has the support of almost 1 000 members and counts television presenters John Craven and Nick Owen as its patrons TAGS Fabweld

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/canal-trust-backed-by-steel-fab-specialists/ (2016-02-16)
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