News - April, 2017

Posted on: April, 2017
Section: Member news
Are you an SME looking for new ways to grow your business? There is a whole world out there, so seize the opportunity today to learn how to access new markets and create an action plan to start selling overseas.   Attend this interactive workshop to hear from our expert facilitators about...
Posted on: April, 2017
Section: Member news
Ladies’ Night at Exeter Racecourse on Tuesday, May 9 is when the glitz and glamour of racing descend on Haldon Hill. Young and old, male and female can enjoy a fantastic night out, with children aged 17 and under racing free, and fabulous prizes on offer for the best dressed ladies...
Posted on: April, 2017
Section: Member news
INVITATION TO WALES & WEST UTILTIES’ ANNUAL STAKEHOLDER WORKSHOPS, WITH LUNCH: MAY 2017 HAVE YOUR SAY ON YOUR GAS NETWORK’S BUSINESS PRIORITIES AND BUSINESS PLAN Wales & West Utilities – your gas distribution network – is holding a series of workshops where we will be asking our key stakeholders to give their...
Posted on: April, 2017
Section: Member news
Exeter chartered accountancy firm Simpkins Edwards is inviting businesses across Exeter to take part in its 14th annual Really Big Quiz. Last year the quiz raised more than £6,000 for the Lord Mayor’s charity and plans are well underway to make this year’s event bigger and better, all in the...
Posted on: April, 2017
Section: Member news
At Ashley House, we recognise the importance of environmental protection and the issues surrounding climate change. We do everything we can to reduce our carbon footprint and encourage our partners, customers and staff to do the same. We are committed to producing sustainable and eco-friendly print products, and strive to source products for our customers...
Posted on: April, 2017
Section: Member news
Exeter City and its Supporters Trust will be remembering two members of the Football Club who were killed on active service during the Exeter Blitz 75 years ago.  On 4 May 1942 a German Air Raid dropped 30 tonnes of high explosives, 10,000 incendiary bombs and three landmines on the city....
Posted on: April, 2017
Section: Member news
Exeter-based Lightfoot has been awarded a £1.8 million Government funded project to help cut harmful air pollution through “Connected Car” technology that rewards better drivers.  The project will use Lightfoot’s trail-blazing in-car device to aid and reward smoother driving styles, cutting fuel bills and pollutants on the UK’s roads.    The project...
Posted on: April, 2017
Section: Member news
South West Communications Group has become a Microsoft Authorised Education Partner (AEP), demonstrating its ability to meet education customers’ ever-evolving needs. To earn a Microsoft AEP authorisation, partners must complete a test to prove their level of education licensing and market expertise. The AEP programme is designed to train participating resellers on...
Posted on: April, 2017
Section: Member news
An overnight lane closure and temporary traffic signals will be in place on Bridge Road in Exeter tonight (Wednesday 26 April) and tomorrow evening (Thursday 27 April). On both evenings, the signals will be in use from 8.30pm and up to 5.30am the following morning. The lane closure is needed to...
Posted on: April, 2017
Section: Member news
It may only be April, but over 100 exhibitors are already booked in for next year’s Giving & Living trade show in January!  It would also appear that it’s not only exhibitors that love the show.  According to the post-show visitor survey that Hale Events, the show’s organisers, carried out,...
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