News - June, 2016

Posted on: June, 2016
Section: Member news
Mark Dowse, MD at BUSINESS INTERIORS, recently completed the TREKFEST challenge. This was a trek of 50K over very rough terrain in the Brecon Beacons and included climbing the infamous ‘Pen y fan’ mountain. It was a very tough event with nearly £900 being raised so far for MacMillan Cancer Support. Many...
Posted on: June, 2016
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THURSDAY 21ST JULY, Magdalen Chapter, Exeter EX2 4HY What is the culture that pervades your business? How can you have impact upon your culture? Culture is the dominant force in many modern businesses. It stops progress, prevents leaders from leading and fights change initiatives, if it is allowed to. This session will allow you...
Posted on: June, 2016
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Festival Players to present a unique production of the classic tragedy and raise funds for ABF The Soldiers’ Charity Summer brings the annual Shakespeare in the Garden event at Sand in Sidbury. As usual it will be the Festival Players from Gloucestershire who present their authentic production of Shakespeare in...
Posted on: June, 2016
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Painting a rhino is a big challenge. For some, it’s just too big. Artist Stephen Dooley was approached to paint a full-size rhino for Paignton Zoo’s Great Big Rhino Project by Ronnie Halden of Bigwave Media the marketing agency for Cathedral Financial Management who are sponsoring this rhino called ‘Cath’ The...
Posted on: June, 2016
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Art 4 Macmillan will take place on 11th October 2016 at Bridwell Park, the Devon home of Lord Ivar Mountbatten, in Uffculme. Guests will enjoy a two course supper hosted by Lord Ivar and an auction of exclusive artworks, compered by Judi Spiers and auctioned by Graham Barton. There are...
Posted on: June, 2016
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South West public relations consultancy KOR Communications has won a major contract to deliver strategic communications advice and services to an international project which will see electricity flowing between France, the Channel Islands and the UK. The Exeter-based consultancy is providing communications and engagement support to the FAB Project which aims...
Posted on: June, 2016
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Encounter Theatre & Therapy are currently resident at Exeter CVS Wellbeing Hub and (co)Lab, Wat Tyler House. The exhibition is now fully underway and attracting participants from all walks of life. Through art and conversation we are capturing and recording our city's diversity with many cultural, economic and social backgrounds and...
Posted on: June, 2016
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Exeter College offer a highly interactive CIEH accredited one day training course will give participants a basic understanding of First Aid in the workplace providing them with the knowledge and skills required to become an Emergency First Aider in compliance with the requirements of the ‘First Aid Regulation of 1981. All...
Posted on: June, 2016
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Exeter based companies could be missing online business opportunities and sales because their websites aren’t fully accessible through mobile devices, so Rokk Media have launched a new campaign called ‘Mobilise Exeter!’ to help. In 2015, Google introduced its ‘Mobilegeddon’ update, since then Google has set out to penalise websites that aren’t...
Posted on: June, 2016
Section: Member news
The Right Honourable Anna Soubry, Minister for Small Business, Industry and Enterprise was a recent guest at a breakfast briefing on Friday 27 May at Foot Anstey's Exeter office in Southernhay. Industry is vital for the economy, said Anna, as she gave business leaders and owners from across the city the opportunity to...