Monthly Archives: November 2011
29 Nov 2011
We are so proud of the young entrepreneurs who did so well yesterday when demonstrating their knowledge of business. They presented the fruits of what they had learned to an esteemed group of judges, who included Yorkshire Mafia founder Geoff Shepherd.
For more details take a look at the latest on our news section, and of course please take a look at the STEPteam website itself.…
27 Nov 2011
As a brief prelude to our next post and news feature, we would like to wish everyone involved the best of luck for tomorrow’s STEPteam ‘Dragon’s Den’ style pitch. That goes to Gareth Boot of Boot Personal Development, and Geoff Shepherd of legendary business group The Yorkshire Mafia who will be sitting on the panel, and also to Jamie Tosh of School Speake…
27 Nov 2011
I was just reformatting an external hard drive, going through old files and moving them about. I came across some old stuff in digital deep freeze- I thought I would post them up, as I do from time to time.
Three or four years ago I was brought on as a consultant for a signage manufacturer who needed a creative boost when pitching to M&B Brewery for the Toby chain of carveries. Not sure …
22 Nov 2011
Here's a short but sweet entry- we've been doing a few bits and bobs to help Geoff Major with his fund-raising-tyre-dragging-North-Pole-dancing shenanigans. He has a very interesting and often amusing blog and has been good enough to shamelessly name-drop us in a rather nice way. Thanks Mr.M.
Read all about it here.
P.S. Nice one Alan.…
21 Nov 2011
Just as an addition to our last blog entry- the nice ladies and gentlemen at SMileS have given me a platform to talk all about myself, just as Kathryn did the other week. SMileS have a really nice little website, blog and Facebook presence – please have a look and a ‘like’. You can read my bio piece here.…
07 Nov 2011
Over the last few years we have really reached out as a business and increased our circle of fellow local entrepreneurs and SMEs within Yorkshire. It’s not about B2B buying and selling each other, and neither is it just socialising and chatting over coffee (or something stronger in some cases).
For me, it’s about businesses engaging one and other to create a more empow…