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Learn2Live visit Exeter College to talk road safety

Exeter College hosted the road safety team Learn2Live to talk with students on the dangers of the road and how the impact of a wrong decision can last a lifetime. 

The sessions run by the Learn2Live organisation provided genuine accounts of those who have been affected by road safety collisions, including police officers, bereaved parents and other emergency service professionals. 

Journalists from the BBC and ITV attended the sessions, aiming to help shine a light on an important issue for many young people who are just starting to learn to drive. 

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Rathbones Exeter appoints new investment director

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Thu, 11/14/2019 - 6:18pm

Paul Lewis has been appointed as an Investment Director for Rathbones in Exeter. Paul joins from Charles Stanley, where for the last 12 years he has been a branch director of the Exeter office. Previous firms include Capel Cure Myers and Gerrard.

The Importance of Beauty for Businesses

Authored by David Banks
Posted: Thu, 11/14/2019 - 10:16am

Have you ever noticed that most of the world’s successful brands and companies have clear, consistent and attractive branding? Often, it’s the smaller, more local and unsure businesses that can’t afford to create a compelling visual identity around their service or product because they have to spend their time, energy and money on perfecting the service or product itself in order to attract attention. Beauty is everywhere and comes in many different forms for different people.

Visit South Devon to drive forward its Group Travel Plan for 2020

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Wed, 11/13/2019 - 12:36pm

Visit South Devon is to build on the region’s recent success at the Group Leisure and Travel Awards, where Devon secured a win for ‘Best UK Destination’. Visit South Devon will implement its brand new Group Travel Plan for 2020 to continue to showcase South Devon as a key destination for groups, tour operators and coach companies. 

Details of employer support service unveiled

Authored by News Desk
Posted: Tue, 11/12/2019 - 5:48pm

Details have been unveiled of the new employer support service which is due to be launched by Devon County Council next year.

Plans for the new “Be Ready” Employer Service Hub have today (Tuesday 12 November) been announced in support of Purple Tuesday, an international call to action aiming to change the customer experience for disabled people.

The County Council is working in collaboration with Jobcentre Plus on this initiative as part of Devon’s commitment to improving employment and customer experience opportunities for disabled people.

MiHi Digital named Best Web Design and SEO Agency in South West England

Authored by MiHi Digital
Posted: Tue, 11/12/2019 - 12:18pm

Growing digital marketing agency MiHi Digital is celebrating after being named the best web design and SEO agency in the region.

Now in its sixth year, MiHi Digital, which works with a number of well-known and award-winning regional businesses, has been awarded the title of Best Web Design and SEO Agency in South West England in the LUXLife Global Excellence Awards.

The awards, run by LUXLife Magazine, recognise some of the world’s most elite businesses and service providers, covering a wide variety of fields from luxury travel to web design.

Calls for more carers in Devon to help fend off winter pressure.

Calls for more carers in Devon to help fend off winter pressure

Authored by Reporters
Posted: Tue, 11/12/2019 - 11:25am

A DEVON care provider says it needs more staff to help look after the county’s elderly and vulnerable during the festive season, which is the most demanding time of year.

Guardian Homecare, which delivers home care in the Exeter area, says the winter months can be the most hectic, as the cold weather can adversely affect service users.

Tim Wadsworth, Director of Space and David Bartram, Director at Exeter City Council at the launch of the Future of the Workplace report.

New research reveals Exeter’s changing world of work

Authored by George Dawson
Posted: Tue, 11/12/2019 - 9:20am

The changing nature of work has been revealed in a study which shows that only a third of employees in and around Exeter are now permanently based in their workplace for their job.

The findings are part of the new Future of the Workplace report, carried out by Exeter’s workspace transformation experts Space. It found that most people now operate from a mix of locations, with over 80% sometimes working from home.

Launched to the business community at Space’s Southernhay offices in Exeter, the report reveals big changes in the world of work.

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Authored by Mike Page
Posted: Tue, 11/12/2019 - 6:52am

Everyone has one goal from their Forex trading account: to get more returns than what they invest. Some play it smart, some go through rigorous strategies, while others merely depend on luck to make money from this industry. Of course, there is no magical formula that can help you make millions every week, but you can at least follow a few strategies from the veteran trading experts of Forex Academy.

The best PR agency in the South and South West of England

Authored by Claire Small
Posted: Mon, 11/11/2019 - 6:22pm

Devon-based public relations agency Briscoe PR has been named the Most Outstanding PR Consultancy for the South of England and Channel Islands by the Chartered Institute of Public Relations.

The firm, which has an office at Plymouth Science Park, picked up the biggest award of the night at the annual CIPR regional PR awards held in Bristol, being chosen ahead of five other shortlisted agencies from across the south and south west.

structureHaus appoints new principal engineer

Authored by Glen King PR
Posted: Mon, 11/11/2019 - 2:30pm

Award-winning consulting, civil and structural engineers, surveyors and designers, structureHaus with offices in Exeter, London and Stuttgart, announces the appointment of Gemma Thornhill as new principal engineer.