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Redbridge Business Breakfast Skills Summit

Redbridge Local Authority have commissioned a new skills training programme to improve digital literacy and support digital inclusion across the Borough – focusing on employability and work-readiness. This is an outcomes-led programme to support employers in finding and recruiting newly skilled and motivated local residents. The programme identifies and trains Redbridge residents through a series…
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SiLL Christmas Market 2019

The Start-ups in London Libraries (SiLL) programme will be hosting a Christmas Market at the Woolwich Centre in the Library on Wednesday 4 and Thursday 5 December from 10am to 4.30pm. This is a brilliant opportunity to test and showcase your business to the local community, as well as trade and engage new clients. If…
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Brewing up a solution for pumpkin waste

With Halloween fast approaching and the potential for 18,000 kilos of edible pumpkin flesh being discarded to create lanterns, it is great to see our client Toast Ale being profiled in the Guardian with news of their first commercially brewed bear made from pumpkins. As you may recall we featured Toast Ale in our June…
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The Future of Construction Conference

The Future of Construction Conference, taking place on Wednesday 30 October is a full day event of informative sessions, panel talks, and networking opportunities. Gain insight and benefit from practical advice from a range of sector specialists, major construction buyers and industry associations. Topics Skill shortages in the sector Latest innovations in the sector Diversity and Inclusion…
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GREENWICH – LONDON BOROUGH OF CULTURE CALL FOR IDEAS

The Royal Borough of Greenwich is seeking themed ideas from individuals and organisations to support its London Borough of Culture 2021 or 2023 bid. The deadline for submission is Friday 27 September and a copy of the brief can be downloaded here. You are allowed and encouraged to submit more than one idea if you…
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A to Z of Arts, Community and Social Enterprise Funding

Trying to find the right finance option to help bring a project to life and/or grow your artistic, creative, community facing and Social enterprise, is sometimes tricky as you don’t know where to start and may not meet the criteria to apply for traditional sources. With the Building Legacies programme having a significant number of…
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Top 10 Tips to Creating your Business Strapline

A strapline, tagline, slogan or catchphrase is a short statement that communicates a business’s identity and/or offer. Good straplines can help a business stand apart from competitors, and they can express a promise regarding your product or service. It can influence how people view you, building affinity and sales. L’Oreal has “Because you’re worth it.” John…
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Top Tips Guide to Recruiting a Freelancer

Hiring freelancers can be a flexible, cost-effective way to bring new skills and fresh perspectives into your business, whilst freeing you to focus on other areas of development. It can help you to be more competitive and to complete projects faster, without permanently adding to your overheads. Freelancers are self-employed workers who usually work from…
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London STEM & Sports Programme Launch

Our Waltham Forest based client Chigwell Tours, run by Salome Ahenkora, is launching its new innovative STEM and sports programme, this August to bring together and inspire young people aged 13-18 years. Find out more in the e-flyer below. Chigwell Tours is well known for providing London City and Countryside ours, Educational tours, Internships and…
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Planning a well-executed business meeting

I am sure you have all experienced meetings only to walk out wondering what was achieved and what the purpose was. Hopefully, the following steps will help you successfully plan meetings that will invigorate your team and generate specific outcomes to grow the business. Step 1: Consider what the purpose of the meeting is? This is…
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