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  • BT turns to Shropshire for crime-fighting support - Shropshire Business Today
    Openreach said Ensuring that our customers do not suffer the loss of service is of paramount importance to us and SEAL is another tool to help us achieve this A key benefit of SEAL for Openreach is the rapid deployment capability We provide it at key points in our infrastructure where we have an emerging or potential threat Our aim is to significantly reduce the likelihood of a criminal attack and SEAL will help us until a longer term security solution can be actioned Phil Cleary Chief Executive and co inventor of SmartWater said The development of SEAL underlines our commitment to innovative thinking and our determination to help our clients overcome the crime related challenges they face We believe SEAL has global application and is already attracting attention in a number of overseas territories Should a manhole cover be removed illegally SEAL will protect the site from opportunistic thieves looking to target underground cabling and infrastructure It can also act as a temporary health and safety measure to reduce risk of injury to the public whilst a replacement manhole cover is sourced In the event of a criminal attack on SEAL the mouldable bag will rupture covering tools clothes and hands in uniquely coded patented SmartGel Any traces of the gel will glow brightly under UV light providing a unique forensic link between the criminal and the crime scene The gel will remain on skin and hair for many weeks and is virtually impossible to remove from clothing footwear and tools Having aided hundreds of criminal convictions whilst maintaining a 100 conviction rate in Court SmartWater has been proven to be one of the most powerful crime deterrent in the UK SmartWater deploys its forensic products tactically within a wider crime fighting strategy in order to maximise the risk

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  • Business duo spurred on by life-changing experiences - Shropshire Business Today
    found help in the Grief Recovery Method following her traumatic experience five years ago she trained as a specialist in the method and now wants to help others She said The positive action steps helped me find peace with my emotions and move forward in life I now help adults and children who have experienced significant change including bereavement relationship breakdown and pet loss to find a place of peace and a platform from which to move forward The next step for me was to launch my own company and I am very excited about it We specialise in grief support programmes for parents and professionals to help children deal with loss as well as career and personal development courses Meanwhile Sandra has created the Gifted Life Creative Personal Development course a seven week course to help people explore their thoughts and emotions in a fun engaging and enjoyable way She is an experienced musician teacher and mentor She said When my father died immersing myself in creativity was how I coped with emotions I did not have the ability to express in words at such a young age Emotional and mental wellbeing is vitally important and the Gifted Life Creative Personal Development course covers all five recommended steps to mental wellbeing physical activity connection with others mindfulness learning new skills and giving These help restore positive balance If you would like to find out how these women can help you to recover from the emotional turmoil brought on by unforeseen change visit the business launch event for free at The Telford Whitehouse Hotel Wellington tomorrow June 2 Both women will be available to explain more about the businesses and what is on offer from 7pm to 8 30pm SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article New look sales team at

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  • Shropshire Business Today News
    6 2015 0 New boss named at Shropshire based charity Carl Jones Aug 21 2014 0 Switched on Shropshire SBT Aug 4 2012 0 Shropshire manufacturer launches new product at CV Show Carl Jones Apr 14 2015 0 Tonight s the night meet the runners and riders Carl Jones Jun 26 2015 0 Award winning clinic reopens after major facelift Carl Jones Apr 30 2015 0 Expanding care company marks

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  • Shropshire Business Today News
    Shropshire Business Today news and information for the business and corporate sector in and around Shropshire Editor Carl Jones 400 000 hotel and spa revamp is unveiled Carl Jones Jan 21 2016 0 Transport boost for Community First Responders Carl Jones Jan 26 2016 0 Starring role for accountants in new corporate video Carl Jones Feb 6 2016 0 Still time to enter Excellence In Business Awards as deadline is Carl Jones Jan 25 2016 0 Care company says it with flowers on Blue Monday Carl Jones Jan 18 2016 0 Severn Trent puts former reservoir plot up for sale Carl Jones Feb 5 2016 0 Shropshire buying consortium supports women in business events Carl Jones Feb 1 2016 0 Redrawing the map to give Shrewsbury a business boost Carl Jones Feb 13 2016 0 Care company leaves its franchise group to go it alone Carl Jones Feb 10 2016 0 1 59 60 61 Page 60 of 61 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

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  • Shropshire Business Today News
    Home News Shropshire Business Today news and information for the business and corporate sector in and around Shropshire Editor Carl Jones New home for long established Shrewsbury architects Carl Jones Jan 23 2016 0 Coach firm is motoring with new publication Carl Jones Jan 2 2016 0 Controversial law changes are condemned by Shropshire experts Carl Jones Jan 4 2016 0 Plant and machinery auctions post a 15 turnover rise Carl Jones Dec 20 2015 0 New higher education courses launched at Southwater Carl Jones Jan 30 2016 0 Shifnal Express rail link is a victory for people power Carl Jones Jan 13 2016 0 Agents v Distributors which is best for your business Carl Jones Jan 28 2016 0 Shrewsbury seminar for start up entrepreneurs Carl Jones Jan 12 2016 0 Skoda boss in driving seat to unveil new look Shropshire showroom Carl Jones Feb 10 2016 0 1 58 59 60 61 Page 59 of 61 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

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/category/news/page/59/?filter_by=popular (2016-02-16)
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  • Law firm wins 'team of the year' title - Shropshire Business Today
    the LawNet awards LawNet which is a nationwide network of independent law firms also recognised young achievers innovative practice and community involvement from across the UK in the awards that were presented at a ceremony at The Belfrey in Sutton Coldfield Chris Marston Chief Executive of LawNet said The aim of our annual awards is to get to the heart of what makes an innovative law firm underpinned by a commitment to excellence and the winners were outstanding examples of that ethos The awards are a great opportunity to recognise the contribution our members are making to the standing of the LawNet network as well as recognising the staff behind these outstanding outcomes We set high quality and management standards for members and that helps to maintain the parity between our firms which in turn leads to a cooperative powerhouse effect where everyone benefits from collaboration and networking and that s evident in this year s award winners The win came on the same day as FBC Manby Bowdler was named Professional Services Firm of the Year in the inaugural Wolverhampton Law Society awards FBC Manby Bowdler Managing partner Kim Carr said It is superb that our compliance team has won this title when they were up against such a strong field from other high achieving law firms The work of the compliance team underpins every department within FBC Manby Bowdler ensuring that we offer a high standard of service to all our clients It is great that the hard work of all the members of the compliance team and the positive contribution they makes to our business as whole has been recognised on a national basis FBC Manby Bowdler has offices in Wolverhampton and Willenhall as well as Shrewsbury Telford and Bridgnorth SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Business

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/law-firm-wins-team-year-title/ (2016-02-16)
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  • Home care industry review is welcomed - Shropshire Business Today
    Partners in Care which lobbies on behalf of more than 200 independent nursing residential and domiciliary care companies in the county said the review highlighted concerns that all domiciliary providers share The findings of the review do not come as a surprise to anyone associated with providing home care she said There are thousands of people in Shropshire who are working extremely hard and with amazing care and dedication but they are battling to do that within a system which does not adequately value their efforts or recognise the genuine needs of the people they care for The report said zero hours contracts and low pay was harming home care delivered to around 500 000 older and disabled people who need help with daily tasks such as washing and dressing It found about 60 of care workers were employed on zero hours contracts while many staff were effectively not being paid the minimum wage because they are not paid while for time spent travelling between clients The industry also has an alarming high turnover of staff with more than a fifth leaving their jobs twice the national average Debbie added You can t employ train and continue building the skills of staff on a shoestring and its very rare that you can provide meaningful care visits in 15 minute time slots which is what is often expected under the current system SPIC is urging all local authorities that commission care to carefully consider the effects on those being cared for at home if cost is put before quality SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Faking it A big issue for insurers Next article Industry award for Shropshire medical firm Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour of bosses monitoring staff emails Three

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/home-care-industry-review-is-welcomed/ (2016-02-16)
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  • New jobs at expanding chemicals firm - Shropshire Business Today
    the potential for candidates to move up to Line Supervisor Another Formulations Chemist has also been recruited to work on site in the newly opened world class development laboratory Geoff Foxon Managing Director of Agropharm said This extensive expansion programme will not only improve our environmental performance but will also enable us to increase our manufacturing capacity by at least 20 per cent and create jobs locally We currently have 27 staff on site and look forward to expanding our team The Telford six acre factory develops and manufactures quality products for both the public health market in the UK and Ireland and agrochemical markets internationally The new bottling line will enable Agropharm to expand its organic product lines which are sold to the horticultural industry producing organic crops Agropharm received a grant from Birmingham City council to help fund the new buildings which house the bottling line and the new water recycling boiler 450 000 was raised in bank loans to finance the expansion SHARE Facebook Twitter tweet Previous article Industry award for Shropshire medical firm Next article SBT latest issue is out now Carl Jones http 4 KA By0blG RELATED ARTICLES MORE FROM AUTHOR Courts rule in favour

    Original URL path: http://www.shropshirebusinesstoday.co.uk/news/new-jobs-at-expanding-chemicals-firm/ (2016-02-16)
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