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Tell Your Story & Gain Free Publicity August 10, 2007

Posted by liverpoolchamber in Business, News.
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Here’s a chance to get your company some free publicity in the business section of a national newspaper.

Jeff Randall of The Daily Telegraph is on the lookout for businesses to contact him. He is investigating ‘Real Business In Brown’s Britain.’

The aim is to cut through official hype and discover what it’s like trying to make a living as an entrepreneur after 10 years of Labour in power.

He said: “I will be sifting through views on issues such as start-up incentives, tax, health and safety rules, European directives, employment law, skills and recruitment.

This is an opportunity for you not just to right some wrongs, but also to provide positive feedback. If you think the Government or any of its business agencies are doing a good job, then let me know. The series begins on September 19, so there’s still plenty of time to send in your accounts of enterprise in action.”

If you are running a company with fewer than 100 employees, please email your story to: realbusiness@telegraph.co.uk

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1. Philip Berrill MD Philip Berrill International Ltd. Southport - August 14, 2007

When Cancellor Gordon Brown ran the economy like a true Conservative,…despite raidng the pensions and speedily sellig off half our gold reserves at a knock down price when New Labour came into power. I was always taught “Keep your assetts and get rid of your liabilities.” What were peope doing last week ? Selling their shares like mad and buying GOLD!!! However it is possible for Mersey based SME companies to take advantage of the massive global export opportunities especially to China and India as I have done. Gordon Brown does acknowledge this is a target market for exporters. Don’s claw all our rewards back and pour it into the Olympic BLACK HOLE Gordon ! Firmly cap the Olympic costs.


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