Business Opportunities in South Wiltshire & North Dorset

Basic Blackjack Strategy (feature)

(These views are the view of the Author and not necessarily the view of Valley News)  Though you can learn how to play blackjack in just a couple of minutes, you shouldn’t really sit down and play for money until you’ve mastered basic strategy. But what exactly is...

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Revised planning application for Maltings

A revised planning application for a new hotel, interim library, gym and café on the site of the former British Heart Foundation store at 30-36 Fisherton Street, Salisbury has been received by Wiltshire Council. This proposed phase one of the wider vision for the...

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Watch: Van man branches out

By Martha Humphreys Expanding van sales and hire business, We Do Vans has moved into a new prominent premises in central Gillingham to cope with demand and continue its growth. They now have space to...

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48 Easy Ways To Make Money Quickly

(These views are the view of the Author and not necessarily the view of Valley News)  Making money and how it can benefit your life The chances are that you need to make money. Unless you won the lottery, discovered a hidden treasure or were born with a proverbial...

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Best Techniques for a Successful Job Interview

(These views are the view of the Author and not necessarily the view of Valley News)  Finding a new job can be stressful. From polishing up your CV to nailing your perfect interview look, there’s so much to think about. If you’re based in London and getting ready to...

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Why Golf is Good for Business Team Building

(These views are the view of the Author and not necessarily the view of Valley News ) Trying to foster a sense of team spirit within your business is challenging. Teams need conflicting personalities in order to succeed, but teaching these personalities to get along...

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Full fibre trial changes proposed

Changes for the early stages of Openreach’s planned full-fibre migration trial in Salisbury have been put forward by Openreach. The company  wants  to transfer all customers in the city to full fibre, and then withdraw copper services from the area, by the end of...

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5 Reasons Why Team Building is Important for Your Business

(These views are the view of the Author and not necessarily the view of Valley News) If you run your own business, then you know how important it is for all your members of staff to be working as productively as possible. There are so many different aspects to running...

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What do we mean by an online tutor?

(These views are the view of the Author and not necessarily the view of Valley News)  Nowadays, it is of great importance that students stay focused on studying and do not waste their time playing all day long. When they are at their schools, being in a classroom,...

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Planners put Maltings on hold

The controversial first phase of the Salisbury’s Maltings redevelopment was narrowly rejected today, June 19, by Tory controlled Wiltshire Council’s Strategic Planning Committee - by four votes to three, with one abstention because of the building’s design. The...

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Shopper Pocket guide launched

Independent businesses in the city centre could get a boost from 50,000 copies of the Salisbury Indies Pocket Guide. It’s the first promotional project of Salisbury Indies, following the group’s relaunch earlier this year. More than 150 businesses in the city centre...

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Dorset to be Careers Hub

Dorset is one of 20 new ‘Careers Hubs’ to support young people to achieve excellence in careers. Dorset Careers Hub was awarded £150,000 a year plus training bursaries and 40 local schools and colleges will be part of it. Dorset is one of 20 additional Careers Hubs...

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Could Using Customer Credit Benefit Your Business?

Customer credit for a business is a difficult decision as it may not cater to every business model. However, when you sit and consider the use of customer credit in the current landscape, the number of benefits often out way the limitations. Here, we are going to show...

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World’s largest history festival returns

The Chalke Valley History Festival from June 24 to June 30 is on a 70-acre site at Broad Chalke, near Salisbury. Last year, about 150 speakers were featured, and more than 40,000 tickets sold. The week of talks, discussions and debates, also displays extensive and...

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5 Things to Consider When Visiting a Trade Show

Displaying your business at a trade show can be a stressful and pressurized environment. It can be challenging to plan your booth and present successfully under such conditions. However, with the right planning and foresight, you should be able to develop a successful...

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Top Programs To Help You Manage Your Finances

Maintaining healthy finances is never easy, and with a number of obstacles thrown in the way as well, such as unexpected bills, a payday loan for people with bad credit may seem tempting just to make ends meet. However, this form of payment is for financial...

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Web of intrigue – that’s social media

By Katrina ffiske There is so much more involved in running a business these days. It is no longer acceptable to print a leaflet and have a website; it is now crucial for businesses to be part of the social media world: Instagram, Twitter, Linkedin and Facebook. If...

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Fibre promises healthy future

Businesses that largely operate online or are frequently required to send large files digitally should no longer have to think twice before they consider opening shop in Salisbury. The city could attract new companies as Openreach could make full fibre broadband...

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BID invites Salisbury businesses to Easter trail

Salisbury businesses are urged to take part in an eggcellent idea for Easter. To encourage footfall and spend in the city, Salisbury BID is running an Easter trail during the school holidays, April 6 to 22. But only 12 BID members can be a part of the trail on a first...

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Plans for huge new industrial park in Amesbury

Plans for a new Grade A industrial park in Amesbury (highlighted in red in above picture), have been submitted to Wiltshire Council by property consultancy JLL. The detailed planning application for Helix, a development of 11 new high-quality industrial units, totals...

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Professional investors are always learning new things

There are many ways a person can develop a career in Forex. The most common techniques are to learn the concept, develop an idea and stick to the formula. However, the trends are changing and volatilities make it a challenge to become successful. The brokers and the...

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Top Tips to Improve Your Online Sales in 2019

Did your online retail business enjoy a profitable 2018 or were you less than satisfied with the results?  Regardless of whether you are new to this industry or a seasoned player, the fact of the matter is that there is always room for growth.  Those who are able to...

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