Monthly Archives: September 2011

Google Plus (g+). What’s it all about and what does it mean for my business.

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I was chatting to Nick Pigott &  Joze Henderson (Our Exeid.com Leicester Area Management team) on Thursday and Nick mentioned ‘Google Plus’ (G+) and asked me if I was up to speed with the latest developments. Now I don’t know about you, but I like to think that I keep pace with many of the new developments on the web even if I’m not always the earliest of adopters. However, this one had completely passed me by. Amazing when you think that I’m a daily user of the Google search tool. So for those of you who are already familiar with Google + … Read More

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Sea Vista Productions Chooses Exeid Locations for their latest short film/movie

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Crash Taylor’s dreams of reaching the top of his profession were turned from ‘dream’ to a ‘goal’ five years ago when he set his sights on becoming a wedding photographer with an international reputation and client base to match. Having achieved his objectives he has now turned his sights on the next stage of his career, that of film director. Due to his uncompromising work ethic and intuitive grasp of the medium combined with his creative genius he is sure to be a success on a global scale so watch this space. You may be unsettled by his film genre. … Read More

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Enterprise Finance Guarantee – How you can benfit from unsecured finance for your business

A recent announcement has confirmed that the government intends to extend the Enterprise Guarantee Scheme until 2015. This will be a major boost for companies with viable businesses that are also facing funding challenges via traditional routes. The original aim of the scheme was to encourage the banks to boost lending to the SME sector. The Enterprise Finance Guarantee scheme (EFG) would act as guarantor for up to 75% of the loan. Companies with up to £25 million in turnover are eligible to apply for anything between £1,000 and £1 million under the EFG in order to support new loans, … Read More

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