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TDA Case Study: Massage, Physiotherapy And Wellbeing

The Project Sarah Tompkin, a fully qualified Chartered Physiotherapist with twenty years of experience working in the physiotherapy and massage industry, had a dream of launching her own business focusing on massage, physiotherapy, and wellbeing. After graduating from the University of Worcester with a physiotherapy degree, Sarah worked for the NHS and private practices in …

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QUAY Book Review: Entrepreneur Revolution By Daniel Priestley

Are you ready for a revolution? Not a global revolution, just a small personal revolution. According to Entrepreneur Revolution by Daniel Priestley, the global shift is already happening, and this book sets out to change both you and your mindset – preparing you to take full advantage of a ‘brave new world’ that is taking …

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Bringing Your Business Out Of Lockdown: A Copywriter’s Perspective

So, Lockdown 3 is (hopefully) coming to an end, restrictions are starting to ease, and businesses are considering their plans for the future. For many, the last year has been difficult, with furlough, closures, and significant restrictions to deal with – alongside a whole lot of uncertainty, and the uncertainty at least looks set to …

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Persistence Pays! The Importance Of Having A Consistent Marketing Message

There are some basic essentials when it comes to business-to-business (B2B) marketing, such as targeting the right people and ensuring your message is appropriate for this target audience. Before beginning your marketing campaign, make sure that your website and any marketing literature you plan to use is up-to-date, and gives all the necessary and relevant …

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Why It’s Important For Business Owners To Have A Will

We’re living in scary times. COVID-19 is spreading across the world, with a terrifying number of deaths predicted. Events like this make us all very aware of our own mortality and vulnerability. Despite this, according to thisismoney.co.uk, 70% of adults don’t have a will, which is something we can never get our heads around, as by …

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Meet The…Maker With Kelly Widley Of Artisan Catering

This month, we meet Kelly Widley of Artisan Catering – a small, local business based in Torbay which she launched alongside Executive Chef, Jordan Hatfield. A wedding and event catering company, Artisan Catering specialises in feasts, luxury picnics, grazing tables and boxes, luxe platters, and creative catering. Why and when did Artisan Catering come about? …

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Businesses Encouraged To Use Up To £1 Million Of Tax Relief (Before It Runs Out!)

With many businesses keen to access funding during the Coronavirus crisis, South West-based accountants Milsted Langdon are calling on companies to take advantage of the Annual Investment Allowance (AIA). The AIA for capital allowances was increased to £1,000,000 of expenditure per annum from 1 January 2019. However, from 1 January 2021, this allowance will be …

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HR In 2020: How Can We Respond When The World Of Work Is Moving So Fast?

In my 30 years as an HR professional, I don’t think I’ve ever worked at such a pace, with so many different businesses, in so many different ways; truly, it’s been a steep learning curve for everyone over the last few months. The day we went into lockdown seems like so long ago, yet here …

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