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BUSINESS REPORT


ACCREDITATION IS FAIR PLAY


One of the UK’s newest and most cost-effective umbrella companies for contractors and agencies has received a national accreditation. Fair Pay Services helps hundreds


of contractors to make the most of their income by delivering a traditional umbrella employment solution for contractors and an outsourced employment management service for their agencies and companies. The firm is proud to have been


awarded Approved Provider status by Professional Passport, which is the only organisation in the UK that independently assesses the compliance of outsourced payroll providers. Fair Pay Services director Adam


Holby said: “I’m absolutely delighted to announce that following an extremely rigorous and in depth audit of our processes and systems we have been awarded Approved Provider status with Professional Passport. “By using a Professional Passport


approved provider you can have absolute peace of mind in your supply chain, including a £5m insurance policy covering potential debt transfer.”


Visit: www.fairpayservices.co.uk


The design and print management company behind video in print product, vue tv, has unveiled its latest creation. Vue tv powered by PDS offers an extensive choice of


video in print items including video brochures, boxes, point of sale, direct mail and bespoke products. Their latest creation is a simple yet flexible plug and play for instant display unit. The A4 unit is available in Portrait with a 7” screen or Landscape with a 10” screen. Designed for counter displays, reception and operational areas, the units can be fully branded and are powered via the supplied AC adaptor.


Client services director Scott Rendall said: “From a


retail perspective we can add motion sensors to the unit so the video media plays as you approach the screen or the product it’s promoting. “In a reception area it may be a simple welcome


message. In a high-risk area such as a warehouse it can be safety message. The product is so diverse because the video content is so easy to change. Multiple videos can be uploaded and the content will loop for as long as it’s plugged into power.”


Visit: www.vuetv.co.uk


A NEW WAY TO VUE YOUR MESSAGE


8 inbusiness AUGUST/SEPTEMBER 2019


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