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Torbay Breakfast Bytes - 12th January

Register now to hear TBF Chair Steve Reynolds and Jim Parker from Torbay Weekly, talking with our guest speakers:
  • Caroline Dimond – Director of Public Health, Torbay Council – COVID update
  • Mitch Tonks – Rockfish – A Seat at the Table
  • Harry Murray, MBE – Chairman Lucknam Park Hotel and Spa – Your Industry Needs you!
With big thanks to event headline sponsors, Wollens and The Hessian Company, and to our “Gotowebinar’ producer, Emily Tucker from South Devon College.

Any questions?
Please send in your questions in advance to angela@imsmarketing.co.uk.

This is a GoToWebinar. For most users, it is really easy just click and go. For some users, you may have to download software first, so please do check.

And if you missed our last webinars, you can view the recordings here.

Torbay Business and Chambers Network

The next open meeting of the TCBN will take place on Tuesday 19th January from 4pm. This is a live panel event with representatives from the three Torbay Chambers and the Torbay Business Forum.

This meeting is open to all. It features discussion of local business topics, plus breakout rooms so you can contribute and network with other members online.

This is a Zoom Meeting, a video conferencing meeting that’s hosted using Zoom. You can join these meetings via a webcam or phone. If this is your first use of Zoom, you may need to download the Zoom client or app.

To register: https://bit.ly/3hUG3Za

Show will go on

Just when we were hoping that we might be allowed a short period of Christmas respite with our nearest and dearest, the Coronavirus has dealt us yet another blow. Christmas bubbles have been burst and the promises of “a merry little Christmas” have been shrunk even further. Not being able to plan when the …

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Covid cost us £200 million

Covid cost us £200 million

My focus is on the English Riviera’s recovery from COVID-19 and looking forwards. The roll-out of the vaccine programme gives us every reason to feel more positive and I believe we will start to see signs of long-term recovery from 2021.

The impact of COVID-19 on our tourism industry has been mammoth. In just nine months …

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ESFA Survey - can you help?

The Devon & Cornwall Training Provider Network is currently supporting the Education & Skills Funding Agency & Devon County Council in gaining information and feedback from a range of stakeholders across the Heart of the South West LEP.

With this in mind the ESFA have created an online survey with a range of questions under several headings: Financial incentives – apprenticeshipsKick start …

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ESFA Survey - can you help?

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Our journey in recent years has been one of expansion and transformation. The latest exciting chapter of which is the creation of our new purpose-built South Devon Hub in Torquay. This development is a significant investment in South Devon, reflecting our desire to create a stronger future for our staff and clients.

We have integrated our Newton Abbot, Dartmouth and Torquay offices into the South Devon Hub, bringing our staff and clients together in one modern, central location. These purpose-built premises provide our clients with enhanced meeting spaces for individual, confidential discussions, group meetings or private functions and seminars. We have created an appealing environment for staff and clients. With room for expansion we can continue to attract the best calibre of staff to ensure we offer the best, most skilful level of professional legal services and grow the business further.

Getting to know our clients is at the heart of our philosophy. Because only by listening and understanding can we be sure to provide you with the best, tailored advice. We always aim to add commercial value for all our clients.

Our Partners, associates and support staff are a diverse team of talented people providing a full spectrum of legal services and specialist expertise across private and commercial matters.

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