Business Networking in Tunbridge Wells
Investigate Funding Circle. I've just joined as a modest lender. Happy to talk.
Added by john nye on May 12, 2013 at 10:59 — No Comments
EC Safety Solutions have open a new health and safety training centre on Church Road in Tunbridge Wells, we specialise in providing companies large or small with the very best most cost effective advice in health and safety + all training which includes accredited OfQual first aid and fire marshal training.
There is a 15% (More for a full course) reduction in price for all first aid and fire marshal training provided to members of our group
Call me to find out more Eric…Continue
Is everyone aware that Tunbridge Wells FC will be playing at Wembley on Saturday 4th May in the FA Vase final.
This is a national competition that had over 540 entreants and now Tunbridge Wells will play Spennymoor Town at the "home of football".
If you want mre details on how to book tickets either visit http://www.tunbridgewellsfc.co.uk/ or I can forward details.
Enjoy a day out supprting your local team!
Added by Ian Bailey on April 9, 2013 at 23:04 — No Comments
Dear all members
I really need your support please, can you please like KENT PRESTIGE TRAVEL on facebook,http://www.facebook.com/pages/Kent-Prestige-Travel/299907960047002?ref=stream
the more likes I get I will give discounted travel as my appreciation.
Thanks again please like me
Added by PAUL ANTHONY EARWAKER on March 12, 2013 at 23:03 — No Comments
Hello to all and apologies I cannot make this evenings event.
Have pencilled in April's event although ice cream in April might be a bit optimistic looking outside the window now!
I have set up as an independant construction health and safety advisor (and CDM co-ordintaor for those who know a bit about construction) and will be launching website soon.
Now my garden leave has finished from my former employer I can market my services actively.
There was a lady from a solicitors at Pulpito's...didnt take her card - office in TW. Please can she contact me on 01892 862725. Thanks. Jeremy Stirling
Added by jeremy david on February 13, 2013 at 15:13 — No Comments
Any news yet on the next (february) meeting ??
Added by jeremy david on January 30, 2013 at 12:05 — No Comments
Following the success of these workshops last year, I am pleased to announce a new series for 2013
The workshop is a four week programme , although there is no requirement or commitment to attend all four weeks.
They will be held on 31st Jan, 7th, 14th and 21st Feb 9am until 1pm, and places are strictly limited .
The fee is £100 per head per session, and if you are unable to attend, they can be held on-site at your premises at a fee of £150 per head.
Added by Glen on January 24, 2013 at 16:54 — No Comments
I don't know what business you're in; maybe you design websites or create winning ad campaigns, recruit staff, landscape gardens, whatever ....The work probably takes weeks maybe months with real costs; materials, wages, overheads and you send in your invoice. Then you wait, how long? 30 days, 60, 90? Any longer and you're getting seriously worried. And isn't it funny how the client who was calling you all the time while the work was ongoing fails to return your calls now you want…Continue
Added by steve martyn on January 21, 2013 at 19:30 — No Comments
Calling at the Gateway I was told repair of “that clock” is in hand. It has been stopped since well before Christmas. Apparently the contractors responsible are “very busy”. .If they are the same people who sold the council this boondoggle in the first place, haven’t they set themselves up with work forever! What we need in addition to a little initiative from the council, is an entrepreneur to undercut these people with a better service.…Continue
Added by john nye on January 18, 2013 at 16:15 — No Comments
Added by Andy on January 2, 2013 at 14:42 — No Comments
! drove by the old cinema on Friday before seeing the Courier. The weather was particularly depressing, but the thought came to me suddenly, “Aha! Why not refurbish it temporarily, say for 5 years fixed term. The auditorium is a skating rink (popular in TW at this moment). The original 1930s restaurant reopened selling local produce ; the shops reopened to include ones for greengrocer Bishop and the soup kitchen for the homeless,…Continue
Just wondered whether any group members will be attending the Chamber of Commerce metting Wednesday 28th and would like to connect?
Added by Glen on November 27, 2012 at 13:26 — No Comments
I am qualified Domestic Electrical Installer looking for work experience in the electrical industry. If there are any electricians who require help for domestic purposes I would be only to happy to help just to gain some experience. I am not looking to get paid just some hands on experience . To be part of the component persons scheme I need two jobs signed and approved by NICEIC. If anyone is willing to help please send me an email or call me.
Added by PAUL ANTHONY EARWAKER on October 4, 2012 at 17:51 — No Comments
If you need help with your IT systems, let us know. We can help, in particular virtualisation. Talk to us on cost and energy savings, working remotely etc. Do not ignore your IT system, a major crash can have a significant impact on your business. You do not have to put up with sluggish system performance, a simple health check can resolve a number of problems and get you back to speed. Having a good backup system will get you out of trouble waters. Email me with your query.
Added by Betchoo on September 9, 2012 at 16:28 — No Comments
My name is Kit Harding and am I a Chartered Surveyor.
I have very recently taken over the professional and commercial property departments of Howard Cundey, Chartered Surveyor's offices in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge.
Howard Cundey (in Tunbridge Wells and Tonbridge) you may have been more familiar with as Ibbett Mosely.
Howard Cundey is the combination and rebranding of two companies with 11 offices covering Kent, Surrey, Sussex and…Continue
Even a cursory glance at the statistics would suggest that small and medium enterprises hold the key to guiding the UK out of recession. SMEs make up 99.8% of UK business. They employ over 20 million people and generate over $3 billion annual turnover. And, what’s more, many of them are thriving.
Traditionally, small to medium enterprises have been the worst hit by economic downturn. With less capital and restricted…Continue
Some causes of Tesco's success; avoid bureaucracy, talk through problems, everyone is personally responsible plus 10 motherhood and apple pie statements , writes Sir Terry Leahy in his new book
Added by john nye on May 29, 2012 at 15:13 — No Comments
for improved keyboard project
Added by john nye on May 24, 2012 at 16:54 — No Comments
One customer who has a bad experience is likely to tell 10 more potential customers, who will in turn tell 5 more who will each tell 3 more. So potentially 75 customers could be lost.…Continue
Added by Simon Gordon on April 16, 2012 at 17:42 — No Comments