PUBLISHED: 11:17 10 June 2019 | UPDATED: 11:17 10 June 2019 Caroline Culot People who have a qualified in the Dog First Aid course together with the dummy dog Cassie. Pic: www.dog-first-aid.com People are needed in East Anglia for a franchise business opportunity to qualify in first aid for 'pawly' canines which may help save your pet's life. The manual on Dog First Aid. Pic: www.dog-first-aid.comEverything is taught from learning how to resuscitate a dog by breathing through its nose, CPR, stop it from choking to what to do if it is drowning, suffering from heat stroke, in a road accident, has an eye injury or involved in a fight with another dog. You receive first aid equipment and even a dummy dog called Cassie to practice the first aid on - but it seems the nationwide business idea Dog First Aid Ltd has yet to catch on in Norfolk and Suffolk.MORE: Tearoom and bistro up for sale for £49,995Jan Whiffen, who is a Dog First Aid business partner in … [Read more...] about Become a doggie first aider in a business franchise opportunity
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Regardless of industry or sector, the success of a business is often determined by one important moment: the first impression. Although it’s not something that we like to admit, it’s human nature to pass judgement on someone during an initial meeting – first impressions can linger for some time afterwards. For this reason, a good quality business card is a necessity for businesses both large and small. The role of the rectangle A business card is not only a physical reminder of a meeting, but also the first step in building an effective client relationship. It’s an active stimulus for forming new client relationships, whether the card is handed over as a result of a one-to-one meeting, a networking event, or a referral. Essentially, it should aid the individual or their business in presenting themselves and what they do. So the card needs to be memorable, professional, appropriate, and reflect what its owner stands for. Get the right design A business card that … [Read more...] about Business cards on the table – what does yours say about you?
Increased visibility, credibility, and profitability are the three factors that most BNI members mention when asked how has BNI positively affected their business. BNI stands for Business Networking International, a global referral organisation, which now has five chapters in Malta. On Wednesday 8th May, Malta BNI's five chapters will be opening their doors for those businesses wanting to develop a network that becomes one of their business's greatest assets. The Joint Chapters event will consist of an early morning meeting starting at 7am at Salini Resort (former Coastline Hotel) on the Coast Road, bringing together representatives of various businesses to network practically with others. Members participate in BNI by bringing bonafide referrals and/or visitors to their BNI chapter. Once one becomes a member, BNI offers a professional structure and process how that member can keep building relationships with other like-minded business persons that can last a … [Read more...] about Malta BNI unlocks your business potential through networking
Staff Reports Pacific Daily News/USA TODAY NETWORK Published 11:29 PM EDT May 1, 2019 First Hawaiian Bank has launched a new credit card for Guam and the Commonwealth of the Mariana Islands. The new United Credit Card will allow cardholders to receive two miles per dollar spent on gas and groceries, in addition to two miles per dollar spent on United Airlines ticket purchases, with no mileage caps, according to a news release from the bank. “We’re excited to introduce this new United Credit Card which makes it easier for customers to turn everyday gas and grocery purchases into double miles on future travel to their dream destinations,” said Ed Untalan, First Hawaiian Bank senior vice president and Guam and CNMI region manager. More: Local entrepreneurs keep the environment in mind, from packaging to products More: New app connects professionals and businesses Card benefits include: free first and second checked bags on United flights; two United … [Read more...] about First Hawaiian Bank launches new credit card
A Derbyshire heating engineer has narrowly avoided jail after falsely advertising that his business was registered with the industry's professional body. Liam Golden, 34, trading as LG Heating, of South Normanton, falsely claimed to customers that he was registered with the Heating Equipment Testing and Approval Scheme (HETAS), using its logo on his website and business cards. Although he had applied to register with HETAS and was initially approved and registered, Golden failed to make any payments after the initial deposit. HETAS contacted Golden via email and telephone and then by letter to tell him his account was suspended until payment was received.Further attempts were made to contact him and remind him his account was suspended, and in July 2017 Golden was told his HETAS membership had been cancelled and he was not to use the logo as he was not registered. In February last year Derbyshire County Council’s trading standards team wrote to Golden to advise him he should … [Read more...] about Derbyshire heating engineer narrowly avoids jail after falsely advertising he was registered with professional body