When you think about engaging a 180 year old company to find you the perfect office or warehouse in the Reading area, there is only one name you can turn to. Haslams. Established in 1838 Haslams is one of the oldest independent commercial property agents in the UK and has breadth of knowledge and experience … Read more180 Years Old Still Going Strong Commercial Property Company Haslams
Daniel Carr is a very lucky man. He handles the marketing for Reading’s traditional bakers Warings. It means he gets to promote things like National Doughnut Week…now who wouldn’t want to make doughnuts part of their working week? Warings is a family firm that started in 1932. It still trades from the original residence in … Read moreWarings – Reading’s Traditional Family Bakers Raising Dough For Charity
Top Solicitors Set Out To Prove Berkshire’s Got Legal Talent. Reading’s top legal firms are battling rivals from Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire in the annual Law Society awards taking place on June 15th this year. Jane Whitfield, Vice-President of the Berkshire, Buckinghamshire and Oxfordshire Law Society and solicitor with Barrett and Co LLP in Reading explains … Read moreTop Law Firms in Reading – Get Your Entries In For Berks, Bucks & Oxon Awards
“Video killed the Radio Star” may be a great title for a song, but Video killed SEO is probably what Buggles would have sung, had they released a single in 2018. It seems that everyone and his uncle is trying to market themselves with video. From the YouTube influencers cashing in on their millions of … Read moreWant To Be A Facebook Video Advert Expert? Attend this course Friday 11th May.
“£150 for a video? That’s mental?!” Those are the words of Michael Man of Reading who is hosting his next film company Short Talks video day at The Forbury Hotel in Reading on 25th May. This is another exclusive launch offer of just £150(+VAT). Get 50 minutes of filming whatever you want, talking or displaying what … Read moreGet a video for your company for £150 – Act Fast
The Thames Valley Venus Awards are celebrating the achievements of women in business across Berkshire. The shortlist has been drawn up and Reading Business Forum caught up with semi-finalist Celia Smith of Bluebell Biscuiterie. Celia has been nominated for the Local Buzz Small Business Award. “I’m thrilled to be a Venus Awards 2018 Finalist,” says … Read moreHandmade Bespoke Biscuits Look Set To Be An Award Winner
The Thames Valley Venus Awards are celebrating the achievements of women in business across Berkshire. The shortlist has been drawn up and Reading Business Forum caught up with Cathy Cornish of Wild To Wonderful Garden Design who has been nominated for the IKEA Green Business Award. “We’re really pleased to be nominated for this award,” … Read moreGarden Designers Nominated For Green Business Award
Justin Sadler was once a teacher. Which is just as well, because helping employers understand where they stand legally in terms of employment law, requires all his teaching skills. “Employment law can be an absolute minefield,” Justin told Reading Business Forum. “Statutory legislation and complex regulations often change. Getting it wrong can mean disputes which … Read moreBarrett and Co’s Justin Sadler Hits Top As Employment Solicitor In Reading
It’s sort of crept up on us hasn’t it? I mean, it all started when we had a bit of fun asking Siri silly questions on our phones. And then there was our friendly Cortana, (who always reminded me of a 1970’s Ford motor car…) But suddenly, there’s these machines sitting in our living rooms … Read moreVoice search…will Alexa and co send you clients?