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Business Services News & Updates

The controversy surrounding the ‘Walkie-Talkie’ building in London has highlighted the danger of the sun’s rays reflecting off surfaces and become a potential ignition source. The high-profile skyscraper under construction in Fernchurch Street was blamed for damage caused to parked cars, including a Jaguar, when sunlight reflected from its windows melted parts of the vehicles
Activity surrounding broadband in North Devon is moving at a pace so Paul Coles, responsible for Regional Programmes at BT has provided the following update. Read on for more information.......
Businesses from all over Torridge and North Devon are welcome to attend this FREE event which will include a finger buffet.You must book your place now with now! Help us to Help You in Business Thursday 7th February 2013, 6.00pm - 9.00pm Caddsdown Business Support Centre, Bideford
For those who are self employed there are two good reasons to think about ‘getting the books right’ high on your list of priorities. North Devon's Barbara Harris explains
Networking was a bit of a theme at the Exeter and East Devon Business Club event at the Deer Park Hotel in October. Not only was there the usual networking lunch with local business professionals but there was also a valuable presentation from Michael Mertens of Mertens Consulting on how to procure IT support to keep your critical IT networks running reliably.
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Vacancies from Mango Personnel
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The inaugural Business Expo ‘Business Gives Back’ held at Exeter Racecourse in aid of Devon Air Ambulance Trust (DAAT) during ‘National Air Ambulance Week’ is confirmed as a resounding success by organisers, thebestof Eexeter.
How many times have you heard someone say this about Linkedin ‘I have a profile on LinkedIn and I get email invitations, I just don’t know what to do about it’. The Organic Digital Academy Launches on the 18th October 2012 in Exeter, with its’ first course ‘Growing your Business with LinkedIn’.
Smartphones such as iPhones, BlackBerry and many android-powered devices are no longer subject to tax as a ‘benefit in kind’, following a change in policy by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
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