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1255 - Interviewing job candidates in Melksham
There's building work going on around Melksham, and our smaller conference room at Well House Manor is in regular use by one of the companies that will be moving there as an interview room .... business that we're very happy with, and ideally resourced for. There has been a flow of faxes coming in ....

1254 - Comparing bus stops
Between our home and hotel - in just that short distance of a few hudred yards - there are four bus stops. One doesn't have a shelter, two have shelters enclosed on two sides, and one has a shelter enclosed on three sided. Guess which one has a new sign? Yes - it's the one enclosed on 3 sides that ....

1253 - Key new contacts
Our networking event on Thursday evening was a great success; many new contacts were made and everyone was very busy from just after 6 all the way through to 9 ... spending no more that 5 minutes with each other company present. Each individual contact was an opportunity to explore another local ....

1252 - Westbury Bypass - how it would effect Melksham
There is a proposal (perhaps slightly more than a proposal now!) for a bypass to take traffic on the A350 road that heads North - South through Wiltshire out of the town of Westbury and route it to the east of the town, quite close to the Westbury White Horse. I had a chance to pop in to an exhibit ....

1251 - Substitute operator / modifiers in Perl
Perl's substitute operator lets you replace a Regular Expression with another string within a target string. For example $hello = "Grating"; $hello =~ s/a/ee/; print "$hello\n"; Will turn Grating into Greeting within the $hello variable. You'll note that you can use almost any special character ....

1250 - Business speed networking - a place tonight!
Tonight is our Melksham Speed Networking Evening for local businesses to get together, spend a just a couple of minutes introducing themselves, and then seeing how and if they should be working together. "It's amazing what you can find in Melksham" we always say, and we're also reminded that even lo ....

1249 - Is this how to run a business for businesses?
Last night, I attended as observer a meeting of the regional committee of the Federation of Small Businesses. I have been a member of the FSB for a few years and on the local (branch) committee for a much shorter while; I would not normally wish to go further "up" the organisation, but agreed to an ....

1248 - How NOT to oversell a hotel
[Part of my report into that strange day - 26th June 2007 - index] <rant> It's 4 star, it has a posh Bradford-on-Avon address, and it has "Best" in its chain name. But if this is the best that B-o-A can do, as seen at last night's FSB Regional meeting, then Melksham can do far better. An exce ....

1247 - An afternoon at a public enquiry
[Part of my report into that strange day - 26th June 2007 - index] Enquiry in Public into the Regional Spatial Strategy You'll probably look at that title and say "Eh?" and "WHAT?". The Regional Spatial Strategy has been prepared by the South West Regional Authority as a plan for where the part o ....

1246 - An oddball day. Strange experiences!
Yesterday was the oddest day in a long while ... and probably one of the least productive in an immediate sense. But I'm going to use words like "interesting", "educational" and "thought provoking". Little did I realise when I set out soon after 9 a.m. that it would be nearly 11 p.m. before I got ....

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