Around 100 marketers have booked on to attend the digital marketing conference, On The Edge, being held in Bristol, 19th March. If you’re coming along, why not introduce yourself to the other attendees by replying to this post. We find this helps to break the ice and means you’ll know more people when you get there! To book your ticket or to find out more information, just click here: http://ontheedgelive.co.uk/bristol
The Government agency chose not to spend £1.7million on dredging parts of the River Tone and the River Parrett before the recent flooding.
The campaign invites potential travellers to put a ‘winter smile on your face’ by making the most of South West Trains’ any Saturday, any Sunday £10 day-return offer. The activity highlights the affordability of off-peak travel across 195 stations within the train operator’s network, and looks to establish rail as the preferred method of travel during the January sales, Valentine’s Day and the up-coming half-term holidays. [more…]
Lyn Palmer, International Trade Manager at Business West gives her top tips for how to get started in export and make your overseas trading a success"
1. Before starting to export, do your homework
Given the number of markets worldwide which have export potential, you need to be prepared and do your research so that you select your market wisely. UK Trade & Investment and your local Chamber of Commerce are a good place to start.
It's official Bath is the best place to be Lucky us :-) pic.twitter.com/ZFz0GvdlCM
— Go Bath (@gobathuk) November 10, 2013