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  • Yoga entrepreneur stretches into Shropshire - Shropshire Business Today
    and fitness classes have been nominated for awards for five out of six years by What s On 4 Juniors including Best National Development Awards for Newborn to two years and two years to five years and won awards from Netmums and Businesses for Children Awards Mrs Burton said the training of other Mitchy Titch teachers is a fundamental part of the business and is accredited by the leading authority Complimentary Therapies Association and Open College Network West Midlands Region which has awarded the training Level 3 status Mrs Burton started the business due to her passion to want to make a difference to parent and carers relationships with their babies and children whilst having physical activity and educational learning preparing them for school and nursery and promoting a physically fit lifestyle whilst teaching parents and children how to interact with each other Her successful business has since attracted partners including leading children s brands including Mothercare Kiddicare Kiddisave and Busy Bees Every single one of the Mitchy Titch classes are lively and fun and include exercises for the adults too and they also get to take their newly learned skills home to show other family members who can then continue it within the home setting she said Mitchy Titch isn t just about the enjoyment of the class time but also the enjoyment of Mitchy Titch at home too the happy healthy and physically fit lifestyle and the chance to relax together at times when bringing up a baby or child can be very stressful My husband and I love Shropshire and have already enjoyed running the new classes and I am confident it won t be long before I am introducing Shropshire s first licensee Anybody who wants more details on the new Shropshire Mitchy Titch classes or

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/yoga-entrepreneur-stretches-into-shropshire/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Chamber patrons team up for anniversary rebrand - Shropshire Business Today
    how to update the new website by Joshua Gidman Yarrington s senior digital designer Chrisbeon say they chose their fellow Chamber patrons in competition with other web providers and were keen to recognise the talent available amongst members Craig Hughes Chrisbeon partner said We thought it appropriate that in our anniversary year we should have a new look which not only includes a fresh website but totally different branding The new branding will continue with the roll out of van livery and signage later in the year Chrisbeon of Telford and Shrewsbury says their re branding will include a green innovation to recognise the Pre loved recycleable office furniture which is integral to part exchange opportunities against new furniture Lesley Allsop director at Yarrington said It is great to be working with a fellow Chamber of Commerce Patron and on a project where the client is so open to progressive and creative new ideas SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Fire service seeks to dispel employment myths Next article It s good to talk Firms sign communication contract Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three is

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/chamber-patrons-team-up-for-anniversary-rebrand/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Howzat for a Shropshire training course? - Shropshire Business Today
    and Rob Bailey A total of 26 top class umpires in England and Wales who drive long distances to umpire cricket matches were at the talk in Marlow Buckinghamshire delivered by the TTC Group a UK leader in road safety education based in Hadley Castle Telford A fast paced session included former Lancashire and Worcestershire cricketer Steven O Shaughnessy walking a line to pick up coins on the floor wearing goggles which split the vision simulating the effects of too much alcohol Former senior police officer Mel Hughes an Associate Director of the TTC Group hit some for six when he spoke about the dangers of driving the morning after a few social drinks Cricket all rounder Rob Bailey who bowled Kevin Pietersen for a duck said the message hit home and reminded everyone about the dangers of being over the limit the next day While former Kent and England fast bowler Martin Saggers said the talk was an eye opener about the strength of alcohol and a good reminder about the dangers of driving long distances while tired The talk was part of a three day pre season training session for umpires The more information everyone has the better decisions they make and that was why we asked the TTC Group along to talk to us about alcohol driving and how to stay safe said Chris Kelly Umpires Manager for the ECB It is all part of our programme to ensure our umpires have all the up to date information to keep them safe so they make the right decision especially when driving home sometimes late at night or in the early morning after a four day match SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Galliers is recognised among the great and the good Next article International investment for region

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/features/howzat-for-a-shropshire-training-course/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Award-winning clinic reopens after major facelift - Shropshire Business Today
    chiropractor Gary Smart They have completely transformed the building and treatment facilities with an extensive programme of redevelopment and unveiled the new look clinic to a gathering of invited guests We invited a combination of patients family local business people local councillors and medical experts and it seemed the perfect choice to ask Brian s wife Anne to perform the official ribbon cutting ceremony said Simon It s been an interesting experience trying to get the refurbishment done and still carry out our day to day treatment services but we re extremely grateful to our entire team and our patients for bearing with us And now the clinic itself is unrecognisable and all the hard work is paying off as the facilities really are second to none Tom said the investment in new treatment rooms a brand new reception area and the very latest equipment was the latest chapter in the clinic s long history We re very proud to have been caring for patients for such a long time and in many cases we have helped several generations of the same family Virtually all our new cases come to us following a personal recommendation from an existing patient and we ve already had a fantastic response to the new facilities so the next chapter is looking extremely bright Chiropractors use their hands to adjust the joints of a patient s spine legs hands feet arms and neck to help improve mobility relieve pain and encourage the body to start healing itself The Centre for Positive Health is renowned for the exceptional service it delivers to its patients and its high standards have been recognised with the Patient Partnership Quality Mark from the Royal College of Chiropractors SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article International investment for region s new TV

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/award-winning-clinic-reopens-after-major-facelift/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Rainproofing your cash flow - Shropshire Business Today
    with a standard invoice financing facility Ultimately the challenge for the credit insurance industry is to highlight to businesses the various ways in which a policy can utilise a working product that is part of the wider function of the company Small businesses that are reliant on one main customer for instance often struggle to gain funding because of the high concentration of risk being placed on that one client This is where a credit insurance policy can provide a solution Using credit insurance a business is able to secure a particular book debt in a way that allows a bank or finance company to provide a funding solution A credit insurance policy can cover both domestic and export sales and be tailored to the needs of each SME which can prove useful when it comes to deciding how they wish to go about sharing the risk on such a policy This is a broker led market so an SME should seek advice from a specialist credit insurance firm which can offer the appropriate advice Whether they wish to take larger proportion of the risk with a higher policy excess and lower premiums or simply cover the whole turnover of the business with all risk transferred to the insurance company and a small policy excess in place options are available A credit insurance policy can free up finance to help a business grow but also provide companies with a key sales aid tool that allows them to identify firms deemed creditworthy Larger customers are vetted with those receiving a bad rating marked accordingly allowing the SME to concentrate its sales efforts on more secure customers Credit insurance allows you to concentrate your business in secure areas on customers and clients who are financially stronger The service is all part of

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/rainproofing-your-cash-flow/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Peggy's into print - Shropshire Business Today
    Gorge Museum as well as other county bookshops and through www ellinghampress co uk Ina Taylor of Ellingham Press said that this was her second collaboration with Graphics and Print who are one of Telford s longest established printers The Ironbridge book is a follow up to our highly popular publication about Peggy the Pig at the Wenlock Olympian Games which sold around 6 000 copies last year said Ina Taylor Graphics and Print did such an excellent job last year that we chose them again for our latest children s book and they have kindly offered to sponsor it she added Dennis Walker of Graphics and Print commented It has been great to work with Ellingham Press again on this exciting project especially as it an entirely Shropshire based production and we all love Peggy here The book which tells the tale of how Peggy attends the official opening of the Iron Bridge in 1781 is priced at 4 99 TAGS books Ironbridge much wenlock publishing Telford SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article A good night from Alan Ward Next article Considering cardio SBT RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/1478/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Splashing the cash on Black Friday & Cyber Monday - Shropshire Business Today
    early Christmas gift And this is why it s more important than ever to be secure and insured in the event of becoming an innocent victim For example when it comes to buying goods online make sure you are using a secure internet connection particularly if you are using your phone You can spot this by looking for https at the beginning of the web address where there should also be a padlock symbol And if you are taking the credit card into town make sure it is covered in the event of someone hacking into your account or cloning your details Retailers including Tesco Marks Spencer John Lewis Amazon Asda Sainsbury s and Currys PC World are all gearing up for Black Friday and Cyber Monday by unleashing a raft of cut price deals Dave said Just because you are shopping with a big name retailer it doesn t mean you are immune It can happen to anyone at any time American retailer Target was hit by one of the most sophisticated cyber attacks yet when a gang collected bank card details from around 40 million customers who swiped their cards at the till According to a Visa estimate spending on Black Friday in the UK will be up 22 per cent on last year with 1 million spent on its cards every three minutes of the day Dave said Don t make this the season of goodwill for criminals Always use a password to stop people accessing anything on your computer or smartphone And if your device has a GPS or in built location service make sure you don t add your home address so thieves with their eyes on your Christmas shopping won t be able to find you SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Five Minutes

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/spashing-cash-black-friday-cyber-monday/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Free advice on pension and estate planning - Shropshire Business Today
    the Budget and how these may affect lifetime planning Daniel will discuss changes to pensions asset preservation trusts using pensions as tax efficient savings and inheritance tax planning She said Planning for your financial future and protecting your assets is a key concern for many people and this seminar will dispel some myths and give some useful guidance With changes in the law surrounding pensions and inheritance tax this is the right time to get some extra advice and find out how best to manage your money and assets The matter of inheritance was a focus in the recent Budget when the Chancellor announced a review into inheritance tax and the use of deeds of variation Beneficiaries of a dead person s estate can choose to direct part or all of their inheritance to another person through a deed of variation Under current legislation such a deed can be made at any time up to two years after death but if the door were to be closed it could result in fairly substantial reworking of sums for the next generation We ll be looking at this issue and a number of other factors as part of an event which aims to give practical advice and guidance on sometimes very complicated regulations and laws Daniel Hetherington said Recent changes to legislation have made pensions far more attractive Being able to use your pension savings for future generations is a significant change in policy We will be helping our clients understand the opportunities this presents There will also be a question and answer session along with drinks and a light buffet To attend the seminar which begins with registration at 6 30pm contact Saira Kosier on 01902 392440 or email marketing fbcmb co uk Places are limited and allocated on a first

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/free-advice-on-pension-and-estate-planning/ (2016-02-16)
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