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Lightfoot, the first connected car technology company to reward better drivers, has been given another reason to celebrate in a month of good news for the Chudleigh-based business. Fresh off the back of their Made in the South West Awards win and the announcement of a £3.2m investment deal from BGF that has also seen ex-CEO of Dyson, Martin McCourt, join the board, Lightfoot has been awarded the title of Best Workspace in the Greater Exeter area
Local businesses and racing enthusiasts invited to support Devon Air Ambulance by enjoying a premier race day experience. On Sunday 25th November, The Jockey Club is hosting a Race Day fundraiser, the Clydesdale Devon Day Race, in support of Devon Air Ambulance.
Lightfoot, the first connected car technology company to reward its community of better drivers, has been shortlisted for two prestigious national awards that celebrate the positive impact of technology in the fleet sector.
With less than a year to go until HM Revenue and Customs’ flagship ‘Making Tax Digital’ project becomes mandatory for businesses, new research from the British Chambers of Commerce has highlighted that almost a quarter of UK businesses have never heard of it. Worryingly, two thirds of the respondents claim that although they know Making Tax Digital by name, they are only aware of some details.
Does your business have Spare Capacity? If you have products you would like to sell more of, or time in your business to look after new customers, you have spare capacity.
Communications agency, Absolute PR & Marketing, has been shortlisted for Outstanding Small Public Relations Consultancy at the 2018 Chartered Institute of Public Relations (CIPR) PRide Awards. Absolute is the only Exeter-based firm to be shortlisted in any category at the awards.
Air Marketing Group are delighted to launch their new sister company, Roots to Market.
Summer is here, that time of year when we all gain magical powers. Make it rain simply by pulling the BBQ out of the shed! Spooky. Still, while the weather is up and down like a teenagers mood, BBX is up and up!

There is a popular movement to encourage us to shop locally - but is this really the best way to support our community? At first sight it seems obvious that shopping locally will support local businesses and stores. It means that John buys from Sarah, Sarah buys from Bill, and Bill buys from John again - so the money flows in a virtuous circle.
The South West BBX community is expanding all the time, and helping businesses connect, grow and become more resilient.
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