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Posted on: February, 2021
What is it? Citizens Advice Exeter have been providing Advice For Life sessions in Businesses and Communities for the past few years. These sessions cover advice on such subjects as Budgeting, Dealing with Debt, Credit, where to get trusted help, Prioritising Debt and many other areas. The main goal of these...
Posted on: February, 2021
A fantastic new project has launched on Sidwell Street, and it needs our support! Photographer Brendan Barry (who you might have seen about town with his giant walk-in cameras) is attempting to turn one of the long-empty buildings on Sidwell Street into a community arts space. Funding is needed to create...
Posted on: January, 2021
Running a business is stressful at the best of times. Running a business during a pandemic is even harder. Listening Ear is a new service for Devon businesses that offers people a safe space to chat about those challenges on the telephone. We’re not here to offer business advice; we’re here...
Posted on: January, 2021
Businesses starting up in Exeter have an advantage over those in much of the rest of the UK, according to recent research. The nationwide study placed Plymouth in 15th place nationwide, beating cities many times the size. Cities trailing behind Exeter included London, Glasgow and Cardiff. Experts from online magazine Startups Geek found...
Posted on: December, 2020
Each quarter Exeter Chamber invites a group of business leaders to meet with the Bank of England to talk about the trading environment and economic trends. Coupled with our regular financial survey this creates a picture of the national and local financial landscape. Here are some key nuggets which might...
Posted on: December, 2020
Well, what a year 2020 has been!  While we know it's been tough we thought we'd reflect on our positives for the year here.  We'd love to hear yours too - tweet your stories, tag us in and we will share them. We’ve welcomed 33 new members since lockdown, and are...
Posted on: December, 2020
Treat your office to a new printer or copier this Christmas.  Now people are returning to work what better time to update your Printer/Copier? Speak to AIS - your national Toshiba Authorised Business Partner - about the latest award-winning innovations from Toshiba:  Free no-obligation print review and cost comparison  New or refurbished devices...
Posted on: December, 2020
1,400 Tickets Available - Tickets are sold by car, which could equate to an audience of 7,000 people. 6 Immersive Zones - Lighting, sound, bespoke sets & different themes to create a full event experience Live Characters - Elves, Father Christmas and the elusive Snow Queen will be on set all day. Supercars...
Posted on: October, 2020
The end of summer doesn’t have to mean the end of cycling. Cycling through winter can mean continuing to be active, leaving the car at home and continuing to play your part in creating a cleaner and healthier Exeter. Plus, it’s a handy way to social distance during the Covid...
It is with regret that due to the tightening of restrictions as a result of the Covid-19 pandemic the Devon County Agricultural Association (DCAA) and Agrifest South West Committee has today, Thursday 24th September, confirmed the cancellation of the 2020 Agrifest South West Event. The popular primestock and agricultural trade show,...
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