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How do we show people our products if we can’t meet them?

By Frank Buckley, IDSystems
For the last 20 years at IDSystems we have relied heavily on exhibitions and events to demonstrate our architectural glazing systems, until COVID-19 struck and forced us to completely rewrite our marketing strategy.
Published in Norfolk Director Magazine Autumn/Winter 2020

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Making an impact online

By Adam Barnes, Platform Ticket
These days many businesses and professionals are reconsidering the impact of their online presence. It’s not just about having a good-looking website; it’s about creating an online personality that invites prospective customers to interact with you.

Published in Norfolk Director Magazine Autumn/Winter 2020

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Big C launches new lottery

By Carole Slaughter, Big C

To attract financial support following the effects of the coronavirus pandemic, we have taken an innovative step and launched a charity lottery.

Published in Norfolk Director Magazine Autumn/Winter 2020

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Innovation guiding architectural design

By Matt Clarke, LSI Architects

As an award-winning architectural practice, a number of technological innovations have had a fundamental impact on the way that we work.

Published in Norfolk Director Magazine Autumn/Winter 2020

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Welcome to The Digital Chamber

By Chris Sargisson, Norfolk Chambers of Commerce
My recruitment to the position of CEO at the Norfolk Chambers, a whopping three years ago now (my goodness, time really does fly when you’re having fun) was because the organisation for all the positive reasons, wanted to understand modernisation and to change.
Published in Norfolk Director Magazine Autumn/Winter 2020

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Retail to e-tail: the legal considerations

By Edward Bouckley, Birketts
The high street is in trouble, it has been for years. It is hard to pin-point exactly when this decline started, but since the late 2000s, one by one, major brands have been disappearing from our high streets.
Published in Norfolk Director Magazine Autumn/Winter 2020

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Tips for a smooth office move

By Paul Dye, The Van About Town

In the times we find ourselves in, there could be several reasons for wanting to move your office and no matter the scale of the move, there will be costs involved.

Norfolk and Suffolk Director Magazines Summer/Autumn 2020

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Taking business development and networking online

By Clare Friel, Friel
Back in March we found ourselves in no man’s land; a time where many industries and businesses were thrown into chaos and the business world stopped and held its breath.
Published in Norfolk and Suffolk Director Magazines Autumn/Winter 2020

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2020: Your most innovative year yet?

By Carole Burman, MAD-HR
If Her Majesty The Queen thought 1992 was an ‘Annus Horribilis’, what on earth will be her defining description of 2020?
Published in Norfolk and Suffolk Director Magazines Autumn/Winter 2020

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