Day: June 10, 2017

Training provider skyrockets revenue in three months

A NATIONAL training provider for people with diverse learning needs has increased its turnover and customer engagement in under three months thanks to a collaboration with a North East tech firm. e-Quality Learning utilised the expertise of Gosforth-based ION to help deliver a bespoke CRM (customer relationship management) package to record its customer engagement, productivity and transform sales which has resulted in an increase of revenue by 74% since March. Providing specialist training servicing a wide range of sectors including higher education, the NHS and large corporations, technical director for e-Quality Learning Sean Dotchin said the use of the...

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Show your PRIDE

REDCAR & Cleveland Borough Council is asking you who makes you proud? Taken: 21st January 2016 Pride Awards at the Bellamy Pavilion, Kirkleatham. Byline: Dave Charnley Photography info@davecharnleyphotography.com Mobile: 07753 559235 Our annual PRIDE awards celebrate people who make a difference and we’re asking the public to nominate people for two awards. The categories open to public nomination are: The Making a Difference award – for an individual or a team within the council in recognition of their outstanding work in making a difference to people’s lives. The Geoff Waterfield memorial trophy – for an outstanding apprentice who is...

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Daimon Barber a Cut above as high end Male Grooming Range gets Fenwick Window Showcase

A high-end male grooming range with regional roots is set to move into the spotlight in the North East’s most famous shopping window.   The Daimon Barber range of hair styling, skincare, beardcare and shaving products will be on show on Fenwick’s Northumberland Street window in central Newcastle in the lead up to Father’s Day on Sunday 18 June.   Originally founded by Morpeth-born entrepreneur Steve Crosby and business partner Leo Neelands in 2013, The Daimon Barber was established as a prestige independent brand with a strong emphasis on design and functionality, as well as on innovation and the...

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Grab a ‘Killer Cocktail’ with leading crime authors at Murder Mystery event

Four leading crime authors, known as the Killer Women, are heading to Crown Street Art Gallery in Darlington on Saturday 10 June, 7pm – 9pm to host a Murder Mystery and whip up some ‘killer cocktails’ as part of the Crossing the Tees Festival. Authors Laura Wilson, Kate Rhodes, Helen Smith and Melanie McGrath will be speaking about their books and brewing up some refreshing tipples at the Killer Women Murder Mystery event while you try to figure who out committed a heinous crime. This is your chance to play detective as the four authors lead an hour long...

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How much damage does a traditional tenancy deposit really cover?

New research reveals that traditional tenancy deposits barely cover the cost of the most common causes of damage to rented homes. A survey by interior design firm Hillarys suggests the main reasons for landlords or letting agents withholding deposits at the end of a tenancy are: Broken furniture – 29% Marks on the walls – 24% Carpet stains – 21% Need for redecoration – 12% Analysis from deposit-free renting solution Dlighted and sales and North East-based lettings firm KIS shows that a standard tenancy deposit barely covers the costs landlords face when getting a property ready for new tenants....

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