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articles from Norfolk Director magazine Spring / Summer 2022 issue

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A clear view of innovation

By Edward Stobart, ID Systems

When IDSystems (or Innovative Design Systems to give its full name) was founded in 2000, the first series of Grand Designs had just finished on the television, and the market for home renovations and stunning self-build properties was just beginning.
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Growing in size is good for us all

By Alexis Van Costenobel, Cory Brothers Hub Agency

It’s an exciting time at Cory Brothers. As we celebrate our 180th anniversary, our merger with long-standing partner Vertom is complete, meaning we’re now much larger and better positioned to serve our customers, people and the local community.

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a hybrid workforce needs tech solutions

By Kevin Linsell, IJYI

It looks as though hybrid working is set to stay. However, this presents some problems for business owners who need to be able to manage their team, customers, tooling and assets both on-premises and remotely.
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Is it worth paying for professional photos?

By Warren Page, Pagepix

If you have a smartphone, then its camera means you can take a good quality photo. So, why should you spend out on hiring a professional photographer to do what you can do for free?

Published in Norfolk Director magazine, Spring | Summer 2022

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Enabling young people to succeed

By Ashley Ruthven, New Anglia Careers Hub

The Dalai Lama said: “Altruism is the best source of happiness. There is no doubt about that.” Whilst I’m no Dalai Lama, I can tell you about the New Anglia Careers Hub, how happy it’s made our volunteers, and the benefits it’s had for Norfolk and Suffolk.
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Our food makes a difference

By Chris Elliott, The Feed

The Feed is a social enterprise with a mission to motivate change in people to prevent poverty, hunger, and homelessness in Norwich. Everything we do works towards our vision: ‘a community free from poverty’.
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Working for women in a man’s world

By Kelly Cartwright, Jark Norfolk

To be successful in the world of construction, which is still largely male-dominated, you must have a no-nonsense approach and heaps of confidence. And if you are good at what you do, you can build a great business.
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Consider an EOT if selling your business

By David Scrivener, Ensors Chartered Accountants

Many sellers of owner-managed businesses decide to step back as retirement approaches. At this point, some are lucky enough to be comfortable financially. They see the potential sale safeguarding company legacy and employee livelihoods rather than raising cash for themselves.
Published in Norfolk Director magazine, Spring | Summer 2022

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