It’s not what you know…and sometimes, it’s not even who you know…but who THEY know! Olivia Stefanino of Be Your Own Guru wants to thank two people this month (and the story intriguingly weaves them both together!). The first is Jenny Edge from Edge Transport – who about six
Knew Productions recently produced a promotional video for our homepage on our website. Coincidentally we were talking to a global chemical company in Manchester in a very competitive situation a contract that potentially would equal our or eclipse our largest client. At the final presentation stage we entered their boardroom
I would like to thank Andrew Barton and his team at Brownlow Furniture for another two fantastic jobs that they have completed for me leaving my customers more than happy. I have worked with Brownlow on several projects now and have many currently on the go with them. All my
Julia has received a testimonial from a member who would like to remain anonymous ‘You have challenged my assumptions about my ability, made me sit back and analyse situations much more and given me an enormous boost to my confidence. ‘ The outcome for her was a new job and
Thank you so very much for the donation of £200 to Chester Voluntary Action. We are thrilled, as it has given us the opportunity to purchase training resources which will allow us to deliver a wider variety of training to charities and voluntary groups in the area. CVA regularly delivers
Lisa Barnes of EmmieB Interiors. A huge “THANK YOU” for guiding my wife and me through a significant refurb of our house. It was so reassuring to know that electrician, plumber and cabinet maker were all members of the Business Network Chester!! So big thanks to: Andrew Barton of Brownlow
Simon and Liz O’Rourke send Big thanks to Louise from Oliver and Co solicitors for her kindness in coming out to see us re: wills last week. She explained everything beautifully and made us feel a lot better about writing our wills.
A big “Thankyou” to Joanne Walton of Chester Voluntary Action, who has arranged for a local Marketing agency to do some important pro-bono marketing work on the Bridge Wellness Gardens e-commerce site, where we sell weekly delivered veg boxes and replica street signs.
A sincere “Thank you” to Lisa Green of The County Homesearch Company, and Paul Crudge of Pro-Networks who both sponsored a “Better Lives” veg box last month, which Bridge Wellness Gardens is now delivering to every week to Homeless charities in Chester and Ellesmere Port.
Hillyer McKeown knew that to help live up to their promise of delivering ‘Unrivalled Client Service’, every telephone call made to their four offices needed to be answered within a couple of rings, by a friendly and knowledgeable receptionist. Creating a great first impression was important to the company. We