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Job Role: Face for Business Partner, Chester & North Wales



Alun-at-Free2Network

 

Call answering service in North Wales

Alun Jones has been with Face for Business for more than a year now, and has joined our company as a partner, promoting our telephone answering service to businesses in his local community of North Wales and Chester.   Alun has an excellent working relationship with the team here at Face for Business and is a personable and likeable fellow! He has exactly the right personality to introduce our service to prospects in his area. Since he’s been with us he’s been instrumental in signing up a large (and growing number) of clients.  We’ve been marketing in the North Wales area recently, and if you’re a business you may have received a letter, and leaflet, (image below) from us introducing our services.

Face for Business wins two awards at West Lancashire Borough Council's Let's Talk Apprenticeship Awards!



Apprentice-Awards
Roisin Sweeney and Andy MacGregor, Face for Business

 

On Thursday 10th March, Face for Business attended an awards ceremony at the West Tower Hotel in Aughton, as part of the Let's Talk Apprenticeship Awards.  We submitted applications for 'Advanced Apprentice of the Year' and 'SME Apprentice Employer of the Year' - we were successful in both categories! 




Hercules-Port-MerionHercules, Port Merion
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We have a bit of an affinity with Wales, North Wales in particular, as one of our business partners lives there! He is a delightful man, and always talks so fondly of his hometown. We also have links with the North Wales branch of the FSB, and interviewed their membership adviser last year. In this interview with Selwyn Williams we discovered that the founder of the FSB, Captain Norman Small, laid his foundations down in Anglesey! Did you know this fact?  If you would like to read the interview and discover more about one of your Welsh inhabitants, please do so here.

 

Face for Business pledges another year of support for local charity Twinkle House

 Twinkle-House-Photo

 

An employee of local telephone answering company, Face for Business, has been instrumental leading a fundraising campaign for Skelmersdale based charity Twinkle House. At the beginning of 2015, the company decided that they wanted to pledge support for a local charity, and Susan Holme suggested the children’s charity. To date the company has raised almost £300.00, from cake sales, fun runs and Christmas Jumper Day donations, as well as recently donating a number of colourful bean bags to complement the centre’s surroundings. The money was presented to CEO Jill Boardman, by Susan and Andy MacGregor (Director of FFB).