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in pole position
More than 150 people attended the
relaunch of Surrey Chambers of Commerce’s
Business Women in Surrey Community on
International Women’s Day.
the event took place at Mercedes-Benz
World at Brooklands and guests listened to
inspirational stories from entrepreneurs, sen-
ior executives and international journalists.
travel company Beachcomber generously
offered a seven night holiday at the luxurious
Paradis hotel & Golf Club in Mauritius to be won
in a draw taking place later in the year. For your
chance to win this visit the website.
the aim of the community is to bring
together like-minded local businesswomen to
share ideas, knowledge and skills via work-
shops, mentoring programmes, seminars and
our annual flagship event celebrating all that
is great about businesswomen in Surrey.
Join us for our next Business Women in
Surrey event on Wednesday, May 4, a net-
working breakfast at the Lightbox in Woking.
the breakfast is taking place during the exhi-
bition Essential Accessories: Handbags and Chambers CEO Louise Punter (centre) with some of the businesswomen who attended
the launch of Business Women in Surrey Community.
Heels which delves into the history of these
wardrobe items. Guest speaker for this event
is BBC presenter Juliette Foster. WWW. businesswomeninsurrey.co.uk
Minister launches our new services Newslink hits
eMPLoyMent MInISter Chris Grayling helped potential to do so, to enable them to start building a century
Surrey Chambers of Commerce kick off its two a business of their own,” said Mr Grayling. “I hope
April sees the 100th issue of
latest services for local businesses with a launch this scheme will see the creation of some 40,000
NewsLink, Surrey Chambers
breakfast at epsom Golf Club. the new services businesses across the next two years.”
of Commerce’s e-newsletter
are Chambers Business Clinics and an ask the Introducing the new Chambers services in the
which has showcased mem-
experts business roadshow, which will visit several British Chambers 2011 year for Growth, Surrey
bers’ news and views and
towns in the county in the coming year. Chambers Ceo Louise Punter said: “to have the
put topical business issues
Speaking at the launch, Mr Grayling, the MP chance to launch these two new services at such a
in the spotlight since 2003.
for epsom and ewell, also set out plans for a new high-profile event is great, and being able to have
NewsLink is a valuable
national scheme to help unemployed people set up the ear of those in the corridors of power truly
forum for members, many
their own businesses. Under the proposal, entitled demonstrates the influence the Chambers has at
of whom regularly submit
the new enterprise allowance, would-be business this level.
material, which we always
people will receive some of their benefit money for “Surrey Chambers is proud to provide the
welcome. The word count
six months, as well as a start-up loan and experi- business community with two brand-new services
on submitted items should
enced mentoring support. the scheme is due to to support their growth and development. after the
not exceed 300 and photos,
be available nationwide during the course of the last couple of challenging years we are keen to be
which need to be at least
year, with potential entrepreneurs in Surrey able to doing all we can to help businesses through the
300 dpi, should be sent as
benefit by the autumn. recovery. ”
separate files, not embed-
“It’s really important that we create the right l For more on Chambers Business Clinics
ded. News items and photos
opportunities for people who are unemployed not and Ask The Experts and a photograph from
should carry the same name.
just to get a job but also, where they have the the launch, see page 2.
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New Chambers services
will help boost business
•NewsLink is written and tWo BranD new Surrey
published on behalf of Chambers of Commerce serv-
ices underline our place at the
the Surrey Chambers of
heart of business growth and
Commerce and distributed
development in the county.
to members free of charge. Chambers Business Clin-
EdITOrIAL ics provide a face-to-face
impartial overview of your
Editor: Jacky Byrne
business to help you map the
73 Busbridge Lane, best ways to achieve your
Surrey GU7 1QQ the framework of the review
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ed harvard Balanced Business
firstname.lastname@example.org Scorecard. these clinics are
Telephone available at a time and location
01483 418527 to suit you. our knowledge-
able and experienced business
advisor will listen to your ideas From left: Surrey Chambers CEO Louise Punter, Jill Govier from
AdVErTISING and offer bespoke solutions the department of Business Innovation & Skills and
Sarah Edwards and an individual business Employment Minister Chris Greyling at the launch of the new
Surrey Chambers plan. The service is signifi- Chambers services.
of Commerce cantly subsidised for Chamber november 22. Cost is £17.50
The first Ask the Expert event
Members at £125; the non- for members and £25 for non-
e-mail will take place at Shepperton
member rate is £200. members. all prices are subject
marketing@ Studios on thursday, May 5
Ask the Experts events pro- to Vat.
surrey-chambers.co.uk and there will be further ses-
vide businesses with access For full details on Business
sions at the talbot Inn, ripley
Telephone to confidential, professional Clinics and ask the experts
on october 4 and the South
01483 735545 one-to-one advice from a panel see our website.
hatch restaurant, epsom on
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OF COMMErCE Views sought on latest Meet the members...
Unit 14a, Monument Way
Healthy means wealthy
east, Woking GU21 5Ly street parking plans A healthy workforce can be three times as
e-mail SUrrey ChaMBerS of Commerce is seeking productive as an unhealthy one, says Mark
email@example.com the views of businesses on the potential econom- Mathews, registered osteopath and founder of
Telephone ic effects of proposed additional on-street parking the reve Pavilion Natural Health Clinic.
in Surrey. Workers today take less time off for sickness
01483 735540 because of worries about job security.
as the largest business support organisation
Fax in Surrey, Surrey Chambers of Commerce has Absence rates are at their lowest for 20 years,
01483 756754 been working to collect feedback on the potential and the cynical view is that business owners
•The views expressed impact that the introduction of more designated need to worry less about staff health and
on-street parking will have on local businesses. focus more on margins, turnover and survival.
in NewsLink are not nec-
“We are keen to hear specific examples of wheth- But success depends on your team being
essarily those of Surrey
er the plans will have a positive or a negative healthier than rivals, says Mark.
Chambers of Commerce. effect on economic activity,” said Chambers Ceo He believes the most successful organisa-
•If you would like other col- Louise Punter. tions are those that embed health and wellbe-
leagues in your business a series of meetings to discuss the issue is ing into their culture. “There are a number of
to receive their own copy, being planned throughout the county, ahead of a core indicators you should monitor to under-
please send their name, job full council meeting in May, where representatives stand the health profile of your employees and
title and from Surrey County Council will answer questions. judge your wellbeing issues, using screening
Surrey Chambers has been sending out links tools such as employee health risk appraisals
e-mail address to:
to specific area consultations on the new parking and health assessments. This might mean
firstname.lastname@example.org. simply being more proactive about people
spaces and believes it is vital that businesses
•If you do not want to familiarise themselves with the details. Feedback calling in sick or taking a more case manage-
receive copies in future, from Chambers members will be put forward at ment-led approach to rehabilitation, perhaps
please reply to our e-mail the meeting. through the use of a specialist occupational
with “Unsubscribe” in the For more information about the meetings or health provider.
subject line. to submit feedback, email marketing@surrey- WWW. surrey-health.co.uk
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Egham firm shortlisted for two awards in one week
marketing agency 3sixteen has
been shortlisted for two high
profile industry awards in one
week: the Institute of Promo-
tional Marketing (IPM) awards
and the British Sandwich In-
dustry awards (the SaMMIeS
3sixteen’s launch of the Levi
roots’ Chilled Caribbean Meal
range, on behalf of Kerry
Foods made it one of only More tea, ma’am? The quintessentially British theme of
seven finalists in the Brand 3sixteen’s campaign for Breadbox included hiring a Queen
experience category for the Elizabeth II lookalike.
IPM awards, which recognise awards ceremony at the Lon- ‘sit down and have a cuppa’
the most creative and effec- don hilton, Park Lane, London. message, with staff dressed
tive promotional marketing Meanwhile, the launch in 1940s outfits and a Queen
campaigns of 2010. campaign 3sixteen undertook elizabeth II look-a-like on hand
3sixteen’s launch of Levi roots’ the overall winners will be for SSP UK’s new retail outlet to add a touch of class to the
Chilled Caribbean Meal range announced on thursday, 16 BreadBox has been recog- event.
has put it in line for an award. June 2011 at a prestigious nised by the SaMMIeS awards alex Butcher, Marketing
in its Sandwich Marketing of Communications Manager
Businesses urged to
the year category. at SSP UK, said: “We were
3sixteen developed a strong really impressed by 3sixteen’s
creative launch campaign for creativity and execution of the
BreadBox (a tea-led brand, BreadBox launch; it’s testa-
attend Surrey’s first with no-nonsense British
nosh). Launch activity was
‘British’ themed, to match the
ment to their fantastic work that
the BreadBox launch has been
shortlisted for this award.”
open energy event irreverent British tone of the
brand; a mock living room was
set up in Manchester Pic-
the winner of the SaMMIeS
will be unveiled at a gala dinner
at the Lancaster London hotel,
WIth enerGy prices predicted to rise by 60% over the next cadilly station to reinforce the London on thursday, 19 May.
decade Surrey’s first Open Energy event for businesses will show
how money can be saved, income generated and environmental
credentials improved by introducing renewable energy measures.
organised by Surrey County Council, the event will support
Surrey’s own ambition to combat climate change by bringing
together sustainable businesses, promoting the responsible use
of resources and encouraging a greener future.
the event includes a half-day conference on May 17 with guest
speakers from the Carbon trust, University of Surrey and social
enterprise Bricks and Bread, with many more to be confirmed.
on May 18 and 19, organisations and businesses in Surrey
that are already involved in energy saving and renewable energy
technologies, are offering site tours to those interested in seeing
the benefits renewable energy can bring, showcasing the many
positive steps already being taken in workplaces across the
county to combat climate change.
Dr Lynne hack, Surrey County Council’s Cabinet Member for
the environment, said: “the effective use of energy is becoming
increasingly important and open energy Surrey will be a chance
for businesses to find out about the Government incentives for
renewable energy and learn how they can cut costs, generate
income and green their business.”
Mark Pearson, Ceo of Surrey economic Partnership, is chair of
the conference. he said: “to ensure that Surrey remains a ‘pow-
erhouse economy’, it’s important that Surrey businesses embrace
the many opportunities available to them. they can make a name
for themselves through developing new low carbon products and
Booking is essential for both the conference and the site tours.
to book a free place or for more details visit the website or con-
tact Bronwen Fisher, open energy Surrey co-ordinator on 020
8541 8538 or email email@example.com
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ticket to the ball
SUrrey ChaMBerS Midsummer night’s Charity
Ball is taking place on Friday, June 10 at Silver-
mere Golf Club in Weybridge. Sponsored by Jelf
and in support of Surrey Chambers Community
Fund, the event will include live entertainment from
Guildford Shakespeare Company.
ticket prices are £575.00 plus Vat
for a table of ten, with individual ticket
prices at £62.50 plus Vat per person.
Surrey Chambers sponsors Trampoline Academy jumps
Guildford business exhibition right into Hersham Place
LonDon’S nUMBer one from where it will manage
trampoline club has selected the administration side of the
hersham Place technology business.
Park (hPtP) as the location With classes already firmly
for its first ever office. established in Kingston and
Due to the runaway suc- Weybridge, the Surrey
cess of its classes, the business park was a perfect
Kingston trampoline acad- location for the young
emy (Kta) has taken a small business to develop and
office at Hersham Place, grow.
Scenes from last year’s Grow Your Business exhibition, which
has been replaced by Guildford Means Business this year.
GUILDForD MeanS Business takes
over where Grow your Business
left off on Wednesday, May 18 at
Guildford Spectrum Leisure Centre
Sponsored by Surrey Chambers
of Commerce, Guildford Borough
Council, Surrey Advertiser, eagle ra-
dio and the Best of Guildford the event is
supported by the key bodies in Guildford and will focus on promot-
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LEAdErSHIP INSPIrATIONS EXPOrTEr COrNEr
Happiness at work Sanctions against Libya
– self confidence
The department for Business, Export, Innovation and Skills
has issued a notice detailing sanctions introduced in
response to the situation in Libya
By Gordon Bromley, The European Union has imposed an arms embargo and
Chairman of Surrey based ACE issued a new associated Council regulation which details
I turn this month to the first of the five key additional restrictive measures. These European Union
drivers (the “5 C’s”) of employee happiness at sanctions have been imposed following a unanimous
work, namely ConFIDenCe. decision at the United Nations Security Council. details of
henry Ford is famously attributed with the restrictive measures imposed by the UN are published in
saying “If you think you can you can.. or if you think you can’t United Nations resolution 1970 (2011).
you can’t … either way you’re probably right” and never a truer The EU Council decision imposes an arms embargo, a ban
word was said! on internal repression equipment and restrictions on the
The key to self-confidence is undoubtedly self-belief and in a admission and freezing of funds and economic resources of
work context an employee’s self-belief is driven by: certain persons and entities involved in serious human
l Belief in their own ability to do a good job and deliver good rights abuses against persons in Libya. The EU Council
results – we all want to be successful and enjoy our own good regulation provides further details about the scope of the
performance. sanctions imposed. These sanctions came into force as of 3
l Belief in the company’s leadership and collective ability to March 2011 and are directly applicable in UK law.
achieve its goals and objectives and deliver good results – we The sanctions have an impact on issuing of export
all enjoy being part of a winning team. licences to Libya. All export licences are considered on a
l Belief that their job and their company can fulfil their own case-by-case basis in relation to the Consolidated EU and
personal needs i.e. the reason why they go to work in the first National Arms Export Licensing Criteria, in light of EU and
place. Money will certainly be one of those needs but rarely the UN sanctions, the prevailing circumstances at the time of
most important – enjoyment, promotion prospects, personal application and the proposed end-use. For details of the
development, camaraderie and a host of other diverse needs Criteria visit the website.
specific to each individual to a varying degree will also be key. ECO has already revoked several export licences for a
as leaders, through our own behaviours and words, re- range of goods that could be used for internal repression
peated every day, we must instil that self-belief by frequently where the proposed export is not consistent with the
demonstrating to staff, our own self-belief in Consolidated Criteria. It is in the process of reviewing any
l their ability to be successful. Open General Export Licences where Libya is listed as a
l our commitment and belief in the company’s goals and its permitted destination. If you intend to export to Libya, you
ability to achieve them. should keep yourself well informed of the current situation
l Our commitment to understanding and fulfilling their per- through the media and other information channels. The
sonal needs. situation in Libya is constantly changing and these
sanctions are correct at date of publication.
to read the full article click on the link below. Gordon would like to Further details of sanctions are
hear from you on any aspect of leadership. For information about the published on the FCO website and on Sponsored by
work of the academy for Chief executives group in Surrey contact Woking
the Businesslink website.
Gordon Bromley at email@example.com or call him on Borough
07802 461431. WWW. fco.gov.uk Council
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PEOPLE & PLACES
Cutting edge for Brooklands
high style won the day
for Brooklands College
when it took the highest
place in the southern
region of the pres-
onships at Blackpool
the glamorous an-
nual event held by the
cutting edge tech-
niques and attracts From left, Stuart Edwards, deputy director of the Further
more than 600 par- Education directorate - department for Business,
ticipants and more than Innovation and Skills, with College E-Learning
6000 visitors. Technologist Hugh Vaughan and Web Services Manager
Jade Pettengell, Brian Lake
aged 20, from addle-
stone, who is studying
for a Level 3 BteC
It’s Hi5 to Guildford College
Diploma in hairdress- Guildford College has won a top award for its development
ing, took third position of new technologies at a ceremony recognising and cel-
in the avant Garde ebrating the best e-learning practice in the region
Fantasy round. at the JISC rSC South east hi5 Ceremony and Dinner,
Jade said: ‘”I am very the college’s Web Services team won an advanced Innova-
proud to have come tion award for the iGuildford Project: expanding Mobile
so high out of so many Learning in Further/higher education through Mobile app
“It has really given the award rewarded the college’s initiative in developing
me the confidence to the first iPhone Application of any college in the country.
know that I can achieve the iGuildford app provides a quick way for students, staff
big things. and visitors to contact the college, visit its websites, access
“I’m hoping to go on college maps and get more information. It also showcases
and enter more compe- the college to hundreds of millions of users worldwide in the
titions.” itunes app store.
Brooklands’ yu Ling Judges said: “the app effectively uses Web 2 resources
yang came fourth in already available.” “the future developments outlined are
the same category particularly impressive.” “a good web 2 development. a
with a music inspired worthy winner in this classification.”
design. the evening was particularly successful for the college,
Pictured left is Jade’s as tutor Paul Collingridge was named runner up at beginner
creation on model Cait- level for his video assessment technique on the Countryside
lin Wilson. Management national Diploma.
CvWow takes 2011 Onrec Best Newcomer award
Fixed price recruitment specialist CvWow has won the 2011
onrec award for the Best newcomer after only 10 months of
Managing director russell Crowe said: “I am extremely
proud of my team for all the effort and determination that has
been put into providing a premium quality service to all of the
“I truly believe that we won this award based on our abili-
ties to provide a service which is a cut above our competitors
with a more personable approach.
“CvWow’s unique selling point is that we have account
managers from many different industries servicing each of
our clients, we have amazing talent within the team and are
growing from strength to strength based on our ability to
provide our clients with a unique, more cost effective way of
CvWow provides recruitment advertising to many FtSe
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Crisis? What crisis? By Philippa Varey these give you nightmares?
l Write down the key messages
LarGe orGanISatIonS invest you would need to get across.
heavily to ensure that any com- l Select a company spokesman.
munications crisis is handled remember, you might be at the
professionally, while in SMes centre of the storm, so choose
crisis communications is usu- someone you trust.
ally overlooked. But negative l Make sure your staff members
publicity on a large scale can know what to do if the media
have a catastrophic effect on any contact them. Saying “no com-
business. ment” is not helpful. Put them in
When a major supermarket touch with your media spokes-
has a food scare, their experi- man instead.
enced crisis communications l remember that a crisis can
team swings into a well-re- recur. Do not let your guard
hearsed procedure and the crisis down.
is contained. There is a financial But most importantly, give your
cost, but it does not bring the spokesmen the opportunity to
company down. rehearse. they will be protecting
Compare that with a small food your company’s reputation and
producer. they would certainly livelihood, so give them the tools
attract publicity, could lose key for the job.
retail accounts and damage their oriel Marketing and rough
brand. the company could well house Media have teamed up
go under. to offer Crisis Communications
the difference comes from preparation to smaller organisa-
their inexperience in managing tions. We use trained journalists
the media and lack of prepara- to show you how to put your
tion. Journalists do not go easy messages across to the media,
on small companies. in a real studio, under real pres-
Tips for dealing with a For further information, con-
crisis tact oriel Marketing on 01252
l Identify ten areas where your 727625 or email philippa.varey@
Philippa Varey business is vulnerable. Which of orielmarketing.com
PLAIN SPEAKING LEGAL AdVICE
Business immigration advice from
Herrington & Carmichael – the way forward
Since the new Government started in System (PBS). can create two jobs or more and one of
May 2010, it has promised to cut back Tier 1, which until recently attracted a those jobs can be their own position.
and reduce the ways in which someone number of high earning, high achievers Tier 2 remains available as a way of
can enter the UK to work. into the UK, is now closed to anyone securing skills which are in demand in
New changes and Immigration rules not already in the UK. the UK, but are in short supply.
being introduced on 6 April limit the There is a new Tier 1 exceptional Employers need to obtain a licence to
ability of non-European citizens to work talent entry category. The exceptional sponsor someone under Tier 2, but will
in the UK. While aimed at reducing UK talent is for those individuals who are no longer have the flexibility to issue a
unemployment – a laudable aim we all recognised as being at the top of their desired recruit with a Tier 2 work visa
support – the new Immigration sector pyramid, for example an (called a Certificate of Sponsorship).
regulations do curtail the ability of internationally recognised research
employers to recruit and hire scientist or principal ballerina. To read the rest of this article, please
international talent. There are also more flexible rules for click on the link below. For more
There are still five different entry entrepreneurs wanting to check out information contact Joy Hankins from
levels, or Tiers, through which a non- funding for a business in the UK (the Herrington and Carmichael on 01276
European national can come to the “prospective entrepreneur”) and also 686222 or email joy.hankins@
UK to work under the Points Based extended rights for entrepreneurs who herrington-carmichael.com
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A smile and silver service
By dawn O’Leary, products or services. this gives you the
davis Burton Sellek platform to respond to customers imme-
diately dealing with negative remarks and
DeLIVerInG oUtStanDInG customer encouraging positive customer feedback
service is the key to long-term customer from your advocates.
relationships and business survival. In professional services such as ac-
today’s customers will no longer put countancy it can be difficult to identify a
up with a raw deal and they don’t care true point of differentiation. Clients have
who they tell. With the huge advances in specific criteria when looking for an ac-
twitter and facebook unhappy customers countant; price is important but equally we
can literally spread discontent around the are finding that being local and offering
globe in express time. Social media has personal attention and hands-on partners
empowered the individual and given them are top of their wish list too.
a far-reaching voice. What we’ve tried to do at Davis Burton
For many, customer service means Sellek is to engage with clients by being
nothing more than answering the phone friendly but professional, listen to their
or doing their job. What it should mean needs (from the type of coffee they like
though is avoiding people saying anything to drink to what they enjoy doing at the
negative about you and proactively finding weekends) and to explain accountancy
those individuals who will say nice things and taxation in plain english.
about you and your brand both on and this has created a rather special client
offline. base who not only think of us as long-
So it pays to have a dedicated person term partners but in many cases regard
within your organisation tuning into social us as firm friends - something which I am
media sites and other media, listening to extremely proud of.
what is being said about you and your Follow our tweets or visit our website.
dawn O’Leary WWW. davisburtonsellek.com
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TUESdAY, 19 APrIL WE LOOK FOrWArd TO THUrSdAY, 5 MAY
East Surrey Business Breakfast Club. SEEING YOU AT SOME Ask The Experts. Shepperton Studios,
the red Lion, Betchworth. Members Shepperton. members £17.50, non-mem-
£11.67, non-members £18.33. OF THE CHAMBErS’ bers £25.
TUESdAY, 19 APrIL TUESdAY, 10 MAY
Chamber Business Clinics. 14a TUESdAY, 3 MAY Networking Purposefully For Profit.
Monument Way east, Woking. Members How To Get The Most Out Of Chamber the County Club, Guildford. Members
£125,non-members £200. Membership. Loseley hall, Guildford. £16.67, non-members £25.
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WEdNESdAY, 20 APrIL THUrSdAY, 12 MAY
Open Golf Competition, followed WEdNESdAY, 4 MAY Speed Networking – The fast, fun way
by dinner & Prizegiving. Camberley Business Women in Surrey Breakfast. to develop your business and your
heath Golf Club, Camberley. Members the Lightbox, Woking. Members £14.58, networking contacts. the Mandolay
£63.34, non-members £71.67. non-members £20.83. hotel, Guildford. Members £20.84, non-
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