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58 . Glasgow Business September/October2013

THE PITCH Three companies explain what makes them special...

If you would like your company featured in this section, and pitch direct to members of Glasgow Chamber and beyond, get in touch with Contact Publicity on 0141 204 2042 or email info@ contactpublicity.

Need staff?

Jobs & Business Glasgow deliver tailored recruitment support services to meet your organisation’s needs. We understand that what makes your business a success is employing people with the right skills and the right attitude. It’s easy to describe the perfect candidate, but finding the perfect match can prove challenging.

Our experienced Job Brokers provide a dedicated account management service, ensuring you are offered the best possible candidates and informed of:

• Bespoke Training and Recruitment Programmes

• Employer Incentive funding for Training, Development and Wage Subsidies.

We plan and facilitate job fairs to meet the recruitment needs of many of the city’s main employers. We liaise directly with employers, providing a free, personalised recruitment service which includes:

• Access to highly motivated and skilled candidates

• Advertising of vacancies including support to create job descriptions, process application forms, pre- selection screening and filtering of the most suitable candidates

• Access to interview facilities (if required) and the arrangement of candidate interviews at your convenience.

No organisation is too big or too small; we work with businesses ranging from two to 20,000 employees. Contact us now to discuss your organisation’s recruitment needs.

Get in touch with us For further information, contact our Employer Engagement Team on 0141 274 3449 or 07880 093982 or visit

Need an accountant to balance your books and give you sound advice?

KPP knows that there isn’t a one- size-fits-all solution when it comes to accountancy services for small and medium-sized companies. That’s why we look at each of our clients as a unique entity with individual business needs.

Our ultimate aim? To make sure that your business is in the most profitable tax position it can be, and at the same time keeping you on the right path to meeting your HMRC obligations.

Not only that, we’re on hand to offer business advice. Whether you’re a contractor starting a new venture; a limited company growing your already established business; or a sole trader looking for an independent viewpoint on your business plan or strategy, we’ve got the expertise and business acumen to help.

So if you want more from your accountant than just a year-end invoice, contact us and we’ll tell you how our accountancy, tax, business advice and contractor services can improve your bottom line and boost your success.

Get in touch with us For more information, call Stephen Usher on 0141 418 6550, email or visit

Look no further for your stylish new linens to put the finishing touches to your big event

Style Linens specialise in the production of high-quality chair covers, table cloths, table skirting, table runners, napkins, chair sashes, chair hoods and seat pad covers for purchase or hire to the hospitality industry.

We design and manufacture traditional Scottish, contemporary, vintage and bespoke table linens.

Choose from either our standard range of fabrics, including polycotton, lycra and linen, or upgrade your venue or event by selecting our luxury range – taffeta, brocade, satin, organza, flock damask, lace, tartan and velvet.

As proud suppliers to many of the UK’s leading venues, wedding and event planners, party specialists and private clients, we will ensure that your design brief is delivered efficiently … and with “Style”.

Get in touch with us For further details, visit our website at or call 01236 424338 or email

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