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  • Stately home, new age - Shropshire Business Today
    farmers in sourcing quality artisan ingredients for the kitchens Over the last 25 years the foundation has made huge investments in the fabric of the estate including rewiring replumbing and reroofing the house restoring the outbuildings and follies and breathing new life into the 1767 Granary building an ambitious project which has seen a farm shop art gallery and grill restaurant make their home in Sir Henry Bridgeman s Great Barn Weston welcomes more than 250 000 visitors a year conference delegates wedding parties festival goers families enjoying a day out and people attending park events We do share similarities with other stately home operations in holding events such as horse trials plays in the park and Christmas celebrations However what makes Weston distinct is the way in which we use the house Available only on an exclusive use basis and with 28 bedrooms the house is used year round by individuals whether it be for a long weekend celebrating a special occasion or business events With a team of talented chefs butlers and housekeepers Weston delivers a stately experience without the stately price tag Guests enjoy all the comforts of a country house hotel but with the uniqueness of being surrounded by the priceless collection coupled with the professionalism and discretion that you would expect of a venue that has hosted high profile events such as the G8 Summit and Northern Ireland peace talks We want our visitors to enjoy every aspect of the estate from shopping to eating partying to business meetings or simply enjoying a day out We strive to deliver an experience that is professional but not stuffy Innovate Like any business we need to constantly innovate and invest in our products which are so broad and diverse It s fantastic that we are now at

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/features/stately-home-new-age/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Staff to steer clear of . . . - Shropshire Business Today
    their solicitors Telephone No thanks I ll stick with tried and trusted technology Don t tolerate The NON BELIEVER whose usual moan is Why should we all work so hard Even if we come up with a good idea the boss will kill it if not the market won t take it Tried it before and failed Good leaders understand the powerful link between believing and succeeding they also understand the cancerous effect non believers can have on a team Just as bad are THE KNOW IT ALLS none of us knows everything we need to fail fearlessly then learn from our mistakes Know it alls who didn t The telephone has too many shortcomings to be seriously considered as a means of communication The device is inherently of no value to us Western Union internal memo The wireless music box has no imaginable commercial value Who would pay for a message to be sent to nobody in particular David Sarnoff s associates in response to urgings for investment in radio in the 1920s Do you have any memorable business quotes you can share Email to sj shropshirebusinesstoday co uk TAGS Employment SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Sharing a

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  • Home - Shropshire Business Today
    SBT Jul 4 2012 0 Inflation The pressure is rising SBT Jul 3 2012 0 All praise partnership SBT May 18 2012 0 Bank volts SBT May 18 2012 0 Feet firmly planted SBT May 18 2012 0 1 84 85 86 88 Page 85 of 88 Recent tweets Follow us ShropsBizToday Latest The Shropshire shopping centre in line for a facelift https t co gRQ9DMX23A Latest Skoda UK boss

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/page/85/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Love bikes, love business expansion - Shropshire Business Today
    new centre at Bennetts Business Centre Pontesbury Managing director Rob Henshaw said As part of company expansion we have now opened an all ability cycle hub in the village of Pontesbury near Shrewsbury The location is ideal because we not only have a disused railway line nearby and the new cycle lane alongside the road to Minsterley but Route 44 of the Sustrans National Cycle Network passes close by as well We are having an official opening on 29 th October but in the meantime people are welcome to come along and view our demonstration range of Fast Forward A2B and Roodog cycles as well as our adaptive cycles The new centre will showcase the very latest range of electric bicycles also known as e bikes which are proving to be very popular with riders young and old with people with limited movement as they provide a potential range of 40 to 50 miles when pedal assisted This is not cheating says Rob but will help club and social riders who still wish to travel the distances that they have in the past but possibly need a little assistance to enable them to carry on with their hobby and the e bikes are also ideal for commuters who want to arrive at work feeling less sticky than on a regular bike Based in Bennetts Business Centre the shop will benefit from an association with Cycling Guru Steve Holloway of Cycle Smart Telford who will offer expert advice and guidance for people wishing to try out the range of specialist and e bikes whether they are beginners or experienced cyclists using his vast knowledge for correct fitting and safe riding of bicycles and recumbent machines SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Five Minutes With Helen Culshaw Next article Steve prepares to

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/love-bikes-love-business-expansion/ (2016-02-16)
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  • More for Malawi - Shropshire Business Today
    the small charity with people making donations despite difficult economic conditions Money raised by the organisation which funds a hospital in Mtunthama in a rural area of the African country together with a clinic for feeding the malnourished and an orphanage for 85 children soared from 118 000 in 2011 to 235 000 in 2012 The fundraising efforts were boosted by a Toy Trust donation of 100 000 and new supporters including Shrewsbury School coming on board It has been a sensational year for us I am amazed at how people have taken us into their hearts We have to thank the Toy Trust but there were other factors which helped us exceed our targets including the success of the Big Breakfast three private donations of 10 000 and new supporters joining us What I am very proud of is that all the money donated to the charity goes to help people in Malawi We do not have UK costs or expenses unlike some other charities Mr Drew said The funding has helped us to make big changes and one of the most ambitious was doubling the size of our orphanage in the Mtunthama region of the third world country to cater for 100 children We have also bought an ambulance and three motorbikes with trailers to begin outreach sessions from a malnourishment centre as well as building new staff accommodation and extending a surgery ward Dramatic Even donations of just a few pounds can have a dramatic impact on the lives of the needy in Malawi and we have been touched at how people in Shropshire have continued to think of us when they want to donate money He said The fundraising does not stop and we have more plans for improvements in 2013 We want to become a

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/features/more-for-malawi/ (2016-02-16)
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  • The key to a secure future - Shropshire Business Today
    key person without whom the business is worth nothing and cannot continue A policy may just cost a few pounds a month but would give the business or the deceased s family financial security for the future The policy would ensure that either they had a lump sum payout to replace the income that would have accrued from the business or funds to pay someone to run the business in the same manner as the deceased the independent advisor says Depending on the need of the business owner in some cases the premium can be arranged as an allowable business expense to provide tax benefits for the business as well Mr Roberts says that shareholders agreements often state that on the death of one business partner the surviving partner would buy out the deceased s share but that money is often not available within the business Mr Roberts who is a chartered financial planner and a fellow of The Personal Finance Society explains that sole traders often do not realise they should have such a policy as they do not realise the value of their business The lack of a life insurance policy or key man policy as it is often referred to can be down to trying to save money or the fact that owners don t value their business and do not realise the impact it would have on their family if they were not around to run it any more explains Gavin I have just arranged protection for the business owner of a local limited company and it will cost them just 10 a month but in the event of the death of a director it will ensure that funds can be paid to run the company or to buy the shares from the other director Contact

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/the-key-to-a-secure-future/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Deliverance - Shropshire Business Today
    2 3 metre high owl sculpture packed in Oswestry and delivered to the door of a private collector in Texas But the core of Global Freight s work is dealing with small and medium sized businesses which do not have in house logistics expertise The insurances customs and port documentation as well as the complexity of codes required for shipments are a minefield for the uninitiated and even stop companies which could sell overseas from growing their business across borders Nicole said We don t expect companies to know the ins and outs of everything which is required that s what we are here for Anyone can ship something from A to B but we pride ourselves on having the knowledge and experience to make sure that happens with the least amount of hassle It s about being organised preparing for every eventuality and knowing the paperwork is sorted before the shipment has even left its point of origin It is better for a shipment to sit in a customers warehouse for an extra week to ensure that payment terms documentation and customs clearances are sorted than do it at the destination port or airport where fees can rack up rapidly for consignments which are held up This attention to detail and willingness to work with customers to help them understand freight import and export terminology while assisting them in a practical way with international trade has seen year on year growth for Global Freight Choice Nicole says It s about giving the customer a choice going the extra mile knowing what the dangers are and preparing in advance If my company can make the movement of goods anywhere in the world easier for the customer while achieving our aim of taking the client s fear of the potential pitfalls of shipping out of the equation then I ve succeeded in supplying a professional service which benefits everyone A holder of the Advanced Certificate in Overseas Trade and a Diploma in Export Management working with international trade teams and major banks Nicole is actively opening the doors to encourage people to import export and cross trade without being intimidated Keen motorcyclist Nicole leads the way out on track But are her customers ever intimidated by her After all this is a motorbiking awarding winning managing director who as well as being a mother can also hold her own at the wheels of a fork lift truck or a 7 5 tonne truck I hope not I don t think that knowing my business and my industry thoroughly makes me intimidating but it is precisely this knowledge which has seen Global Freight achieve success and achieve it in what is a male dominated industry Most of all I am passionate about helping other companies to grow through international trade and if that passion means I m tough with shipping lines on the phone that s for the benefit of our customers Businesses know that when they are dealing with Global Freight

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/companies/deliverance/ (2016-02-16)
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  • medical Archives - Shropshire Business Today
    31 2012 0 Action and reaction SBT Jul 6 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/tag/medical/ (2016-02-16)
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