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Doing Business in the Beauty Industry: The Basis of Success

Could you imagine modern life without beauty salons, barbershops, boutiques? I think nobody will argue that the beauty industry is one of the most perspective industries because everyone wants to keep himself in shape and look his best. Appearance is the way to success. To look well, it is enough to go to the nearest beauty salon, relax for a moment and get out of there completely new.

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Gloucester 24 Chiefs 17

Authored by Mark Stevens
Posted: Sat, 02/16/2019 - 8:38am

Exeter Chiefs could be forgiven for thinking it was a case of deja vu as for the second successive season they were undone right at the death by rivals Gloucester in the Gallagher Premiership.

Whereas last season it was Jason Woodward who pounced in the dying embers, this time round it was Ben Morgan who inflicted the telling blow on Rob Baxter's side.

Morgan's late touchdown was not without controversy, however. 

Grayling announces new Dawlish sea wall as part of £2 billion investment in SW

Authored by janeabsolutepr
Posted: Fri, 02/15/2019 - 2:39pm

Transport Secretary Chris Grayling has today (15 February 2019) announced further funding of up to £80 million in the south-west to deliver a new sea wall at Dawlish, providing better protection for the railway and homes behind it.

Upgrades to the sea wall will increase its height by 2.5 metres and include wave returns to reduce the impact of waves and the likelihood of the line being closed during adverse weather. This will help ensure the serious damage and disruption seen during storms in 2014 is not repeated.

Main contractor on schedule for initial phase of college masterplan

Authored by Glen King PR
Posted: Fri, 02/15/2019 - 10:16am

Independent Devon Contractors, appointed as the main contractor by Exeter College on its new £2.3m gymnasium and state-of-the-art ‘New York’-style dance studio, are on schedule to complete in spring 2019.  The impressive extension to the Sports Hall in Victoria Yard is part of the initial phase of Exeter College’s proposed £70m masterplan for its city-centre sites

The project was procured through a two-stage tender process and Exeter-based Devon Contractors are working with local architectural practice, Grainge Architects who are located on the Quay.

Plymouth Science Park

PSP firm's expansion plan to continue to help low income residents heat and insulate homes

Authored by Duncan Little
Posted: Thu, 02/14/2019 - 3:14pm

A Plymouth Science Park based company is celebrating winning major contracts with two of the six big energy companies – all for the benefit of people living across the Devon and Cornwall area.

The Carbon Saving Group aims to tap into millions of pounds of government funding to install efficient heating and insulation for tenants, landlords and homeowners. The team’s goal is to help people save cash, improve living conditions and better the environment by reducing energy wastage.

Family law specialists

Family law specialists take leading roles in CILEx Devon

Authored by The Family Law Co.
Posted: Thu, 02/14/2019 - 10:15am

A lawyer and legal secretary from The Family Law Company have taken major roles on the committee of the Devon branch of CILEx – the Chartered Institute for Legal Executives.

Senior Associate Gemma Sparks was voted in as Vice Chair while Becka Coombes became Social Secretary at the CILEx Annual General Meeting on February 6.

Award-winning lawyer Gemma, who qualified in 2004 commented: “I feel I have a lot to give and volunteering is something I’ve always wanted to do.

Montel group of companies reduce accidents by 80% with Lightfoot

Authored by janeabsolutepr
Posted: Wed, 02/13/2019 - 11:32am

The Montel group of companies, comprising Montel Civil Engineering, Enviromontel, and Henwick Mill Groundworks, has recorded a dramatic 80% reduction in at-fault claims following the installation of Lightfoot in their fleet vehicles in early 2018. 

By deploying Lightfoot in its vehicles, the Montel group of companies hoped to reduce fuel and claims costs, while improving corporate social responsibility through reductions in air pollution and harmful emissions.

Eighth annual ‘Breaking into News’ competition launches

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Wed, 02/13/2019 - 9:56am

ITV News and Media Trust have launched 'Breaking Into News', a nationwide initiative, to discover the next up and coming ITV broadcast journalist and promote diversity in broadcast journalism. Now in its eighth year, ‘Breaking into News’ will once again be fronted by ITV’s award-winning news broadcaster Charlene White along with Alex Beresford for ITV West Country.

Benefits of working with a Digital Marketing Agency

Authored by Mike Page
Posted: Wed, 02/13/2019 - 9:48am

Working with the right digital agency is necessary if you want to measure the marketing returns. It helps you evaluate the returns on your digital market investment. Also, it allows you to benefit from the skills and experiences of digital professionals. Here are the benefits of hiring a Digital Agency based in London

1. It helps you tap into the right skill

Plymouth Science Park

High tech e-commerce firm expanding at PSP

Authored by Duncan Little
Posted: Wed, 02/13/2019 - 8:35am

Expansion plans are taking shape at top Plymouth Science Park based IT firm Garsto as demand for its services continues to grow.

Working alongside big brand names, the team of six is able to produce highly bespoke e-commerce packages - specifically tailored to meet the individual needs of the client.

The development and creative agency build applications and websites for clients.

The bespoke finished product ensures its high-tech gadgetry not only provides an outstanding design but also a secure on-line transactional service.

Toby Parkins, chair of Tech South West

Tech firms in South West expect strong 2019

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Wed, 02/13/2019 - 6:34am

Tech firms in the South West are predicting a strong 2019 despite the continuing economic uncertainty around Brexit, according to a new survey.

Carried out by Tech South West, the annual survey revealed that 76% of technology firms in the region are positive about their prospects in 2019.

But, overall confidence has dropped, with the figure falling from 85% for the year before. And, despite most firms remaining positive, when asked to compare this year with last, only 50% believed 2019 would be a better year financially for their business.