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New Bay Tree VA tech collaboration 

By Jane Cattermole, Bay Tree VA
The team at Bay Tree VA is used to introducing cloud-based software to clients and one growing business area is supporting membership associations, often run by over-stretched volunteer directors.

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Quickfire with Andy Skinner

Managing Director, AMS Business Consultants
After making a lifestyle decision, I left corporate life in 2019 and launched AMS Business Consultants in April 2020 – at the start of the pandemic – to make Lean and Six Sigma skills and services accessible and affordable to SMEs.

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Supporting the wellbeing of business leaders

By Kate Pigeon-Owen, Wellbeing International
Current research indicates that as many as 20% of employees are off work at any given time due to burnout. Right now, it feels vital that we help retain our employees by making them feel supported both holistically, and as valued colleagues.
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R&D tax reform

By Sasha Talbot, Ensors
It was announced in the Autumn Statement that whilst increasing the relief to the larger Research and Development Expenditure Credit (RDEC) claimants, there will be a significant reduction in the amount of Research & Development (R&D) relief available to SME claimants.

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Tech Trends and What They Mean

By Kevin Linsell, IJYI

One of the best parts of working in the tech sector is that it is an incredibly fast-moving subject area with plenty of bleeding-edge technologies making their way to the forefront.

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New offices open in Manchester and Glasgow

By Mike Bowden, Cory Brothers
As part of our strategic development plan under the ownership of our parent company VertomCory, Cory Brothers has opened two new logistics offices in Manchester and Glasgow.

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How risk-focused tech drives better fleet futures

By Rob Thacker, Pozitive Insurance
Within the world of fleet transport, insurance is now not just a means through which to cover losses incurred through accidents and incidents, but also a way to keep drivers and the public safer and simultaneously reduce emissions.
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New tech? Don’t forget the human element

By Graeme Derby, WLP
I started working life as a salesman, and we had a simple rule for dividing our workload; a third of the time was spent travelling, a third on completing administration and a third in front of customers.
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Tech helped us grow, it can help you grow too

By Alex Pattenden, Unity Online
The power of technology has enabled businesses of all sizes to trade on the global stage. Unity Online has grown exponentially thanks to technology, and now my job is to ensure other businesses have the chance to do the same.
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A year to transform to a wellness destination

By David Courteen, Riverhills Health Club and Spa
A lot has changed in the last 30 years. Not least is people’s attitudes to health and wellness. With more time now dedicated to self-care, there is increasing demand for high-quality facilities, as well as the need to be part of a like-minded community.
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How to use technical advances effectively

By Kevin Ward, Conatus Financing Solutions
On balance, I’m a fan of using the latest tech. It can make life easier for us all and improve efficiency and communication. In the bookkeeping and accounting world, Cloud-based software dramatically changes how we do the financial side of business management. Integrating with other apps to link different business areas can be transformational.
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Helpful apps you might not know about

By Owen Williams, West View IT
In this day and age, many things are available at your fingertips. The same goes for technology, especially apps, whether boredom busters, online shops or something that helps your day-to-day life.

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Making digital marketing work in logistics

By Olly Magnus, Magnus Group
You might think that logistics is an old-school business. Certainly, transport, warehousing and freight forwarding companies have hardly been at the forefront of the digital marketing revolution.

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The personal approach comes first

By Rebecca Thurlow, Compass Point Recruitment
We use plenty of technology to help match ideal candidates to positions with our clients; job boards, social media and our website amplify roles in a way we could never have imagined in days gone by.

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Golfing Tech

By Stuart Robertson, the Doctorgolf Academy
I‘m sure many of us have seen the accelerated use of modern tech in whichever industry we are in. In golf, video has moved on so quickly, it is now possible to have enhanced slow-motion film on a smartphone producing blur-free, still images at impact; something that was only available on commercial cameras just a few years ago.
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LEAD INTERVIEW: CHRIS PONT

Founder and Chair, IJYI

Our lead interview in the TECH issue of Suffolk Director business magazine is Chris Pont, Founder and Chair at IJYI.

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