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ISO9001 verifies JBH’s excellent customer service

Posted on Thursday, May 21st, 2015

JBH Refurbishments is renowned for its quality workmanship and management style when it comes to any commercial fit-out, so it was with no surprise the company received its IS09001 certification, passing the strict criteria with flying colours. The ISO9001 assesses the quality of service and management in companies within various sectors. To become ISO9001 accredited,…

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Pitch Perfect

Posted on Wednesday, May 20th, 2015

Sales and marketing are synonymous with each other. It’s often been said that marketing is starting the conversation and sales is ending it with a positive outcome. Every single person in your company has the potential to be your sales and marketing department but put on the spot could they give a potential client a…

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Pricing – A Website Taboo?

Posted on Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

Just recently, I decided to display my pricing on my website.  It wasn’t a straight forward decision, though.  Whenever I’d thought about it in the past, I’d always backed away from it.  After giving it a lot of thought, over the last few months, I realised that I didn’t have any good reasons to leave…

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JBH urges schools to plan summer building work now

Posted on Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

The majority of schools carry out their building maintenance and repair over the six week summer break, but refurbishment expert JBH is urging schools to start planning now. To ensure the work is carried out in time for the September term JBH Refurbishments is offering schools professional advice to help them get started. Planning of…

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Thanks A Million

Posted on Tuesday, May 19th, 2015

Friday not only marked the start of May, but was also the day that Invest & Fund passed £1million of funding lent to growing UK SMEs through our dynamic exchange. Our CEO David Turner had the following to say: —– “We at Invest & Fund are proud to announce that we have just gone through…

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Since 2003 Microsoft have released 4 versions of Microsoft Office including 2003, 2007, 2010 and 2013 (which also comes as part of Office 365).  They all look slightly different, but many of the essential features remain the same. When they released Office 2007, Microsoft changed the file type.  The new files types take up less…

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What does your image say about you?

Posted on Wednesday, April 22nd, 2015

Did you know that it takes between 7-17 seconds to form a first impression? And that once that opinion has been made, it doesn’t tend to change even when that person has spent longer in their company? First impressions are vital, and that’s true whether it’s a company or an individual. As a business, your brand is…

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Mobile Developments for 2015

Posted on Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

An article on Rising made us sit up and think. An interview with mobile expert Max Pepe, Head of Clickwork7, a Global Performance Marketing company. Specialising in mobile, Max says that delivering content to the mobile user is high on the agenda for 2015. There’s demand for a more sophisticated method of reaching a target…

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Have you heard of Google Chromebooks?

Posted on Wednesday, April 15th, 2015

Google Chromebooks, like Cloud computing, have gone from being something new to seemingly everywhere. Like Cloud computing, they have become the latest buzzword to flood tech blogs, reviews and TV adverts. Like Cloud computing, they offer way more than flashy words and brightly coloured ads.  They offer a lot of value to small businesses and…

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Galvanizing the Team

Posted on Monday, March 30th, 2015

I’ve been thinking about the common goals of the teams we work in lately? In construction projects, teams tend to be temporary affairs, coming together for the duration of a project only. Such teams generally comprise the client, design team and contractor. Traditionally, these teams have tensions around design goals, budgets and aspirations, which can…

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