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Tri-Marketing trio up early for breakfast

Country for a business breakfast held at the Ramada Hotel in Cannock. Guest speakers at the breakfast were the three


owners of Tri-Marketing Solutions, which specialises in digital marketing, copywriting and ‘21st century communication skills’. The Tri-Marketing trio were Phil Shanahan, Nigel Heald and Mike Mott. The former explained that customers often made a decision about buying from a particular company on the strength of the words and pictures used in its publicity blurb, including its web site. He also identified the key elements that make up an effective publicity campaign.

embers of Chase Chamber of Commerce met up with their counterparts from the Black

Marketing tips: Nigel Heald (centre), Phil Shanahan (right) and Mike Mott (left) of Tri-Marketing Solutions Security firm pursues contracts

A specialist security firm is on the expansion trail, after launching a number of tenders for public sector contracts. Uttoxeter-based JCB Security Ltd (Joint Contract Bodyguards), which provides a wide range of security services in the UK and around the world, is currently tendering for a variety of contracts for local authorities and universities. If successful, the company would find itself providing a wide range of services, from event security to looking after a variety of properties, from shopping malls to crematoriums. The company is an expert in the field of equestrian events, including the Royal International Horse

Show and the NEC’s Horse of the Year Show. Roger Hazlewood, JCB’s operations manager, said: “Some horses need security – theft and other

threats are a danger. But that’s not all we do – there is also stable management.” The firm also provides event security and close protection work for guarding celebrities. JCB’s 80 strong security staff are fully licensed by the Security Industry Authority. “Our staff are usually ex-military and ex-police, because of quality, reliability, experience and trustworthiness,” said Roger.

‘Our staff are usually ex-military and ex- police, because of quality, reliability, experience and trustworthiness’

Thumbs up for speed

networking event Chase Chamber hosted another successful speed networking event at the Roman Way Hotel. Participants had two minutes to promote their

business and exchange information with the person sitting opposite them, before moving along to the next contact. The feedback from delegates has given the speedy session the thumbs up. Ralph Weaver of Arrelle Ltd said: “Although I’m not a serial networker, I am no stranger to networking events – usually attending a breakfast meeting every couple of months. “However, I had never been to a speed

networking event before and so I was interested in experiencing this format. I thoroughly enjoyed the event and would recommend it to other businesses keen to promote their services.”


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