NABO Networking Croydon – who will be the 30th member?

Quite quickly, the group has grown to twenty-three 
members, and now people ask, when will we
get to 30?

Our present members, who are investing time on their business by learning together, include:

Andrew Adams – Adams Knowledge Network
Andrew Eade – Barclays Bank
Bill Smith – Reaching New Heights
Claire Scaramanga – Scaramanga Marketing Ltd
Dayo Badejo – AOB Estate Agents
Dee Bell – The Bell Group
Don Hooper – Butlers Wharf
Eddie Mir – ZBM Aviation Consultancy
Helen Ascott – Fly Design
Ian Marvin – Amalux
Ian Miller – Allen Barfields Solicitors
Jude Germain – Dynamic Transitions Ltd
Laurence Lowne – Combyne Group
Maria Mina – Albion HR
Mark Marcano – Alfa Communications
Martin Briggs – Hands on IT Services
Michael Omolegan – Pro Touch Group
Peter Burke – Cruse & Burke Accountants
Peter Hunter – Website Division
Steve Pinto – Access Self Storage
Tony Darlington – Innovative Web Media
Yinka Conde – Conde Consulting

The group are particularly looking for the following to join, add value and gain business for themselves:

Printer – Osteopath or Chiropractor – Florist – Events Organiser – Executive Car Hire – Insurance Broker – Stationery Supplier – Hairdresser – Copy Writer – Business Centre – Removals & Storage – Domestic Appliance Repairs – Electrician – Motor Mechanics – Translater – Van & Car Hire – Photographer.

Who do you who could be seeking additional business, and would like to visit our thriving group? Please ask them to visit this website and register to attend:

http://nabo-networking-croydon.eventbrite.com/

Updated May 2012

After a very enjoyable 12 months of success, NABO itself withdrew support from this venture, and therefore the group closed.

There is a replacement meeting at the same venue, and details can be found here:

CRX Croydon blog/website at croydonrx.co.uk/

Over 50s jobless rate soars to a 16 year record

The future is tied up with the youth, however, what Record number over 50 out of work
happens to those of a certain age, who have been made
redundant in the last few years?

Here, I am talking about the over 50s, which has soared in recent years. Many have found the doors are closed to full time work, thus taking just part time positions, well below their skill level, simply to have some income.

Whilst others have gone the whole hog and invested a lump sum in a franchise, using a system to create replacement income. However, anyone who has been in business for a number of years knows breaking into a market and creating a ready stream of new business in a competitive environment, needs deep pockets and a 100% positive belief.

For many this is simply too daunting, and with Business Link closing its support network, that becomes ever more difficult.

Thankfully for some, they become aware there is another way, and over the last three years there has been a massive surge in interest in alternative means of creating new income. One of the major success stories has been Utility Warehouse, which offers the only complete multi service solution for both home owners and business users in the UK.

Business presentations are packed out at venues up and down the country as more and more people realise this is the best way forward with full training, ongoing support and award winning services on offer, and a rather attractive compensation plan to boot and low start up investment.

To find out more, please visit: http://www.future-biz.co.uk/ watch the video and request the information pack by filling in your details.

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