Happy Christmas from The Business Exchange

By Anita Jaynes on December 24, 2014

The Business Exchange Swindon & Wiltshire wishes you all a very happy Christmas and a prosperous 2015.

We would like to thank all of our network for their support in 2014 and look forward to working with you in the new year.

2014 has been a landmark year for us, celebrating our first business anniversary in September and merging with our now sister publication Swindon Link magazine- a community magazine for the town. Visit www.swindonlink.com to find out more. We also launched the new Swindon Link Sport website www.swindonlinksport.com and recruited Sam Morshead and Andy Warren as joint heads of sport. The sport website has been visited by nearly 40,000 unique visitors so far and the figures continue to rise each week.

In 2015 we look to further improve our digital offering and use the skills of our new content editor Craig Lyus to develop the user experience for all of our websites and newsletter products. Directors Anita Jaynes and James Phipps will concentrate on business strategy and developing the products for 2015 and beyond. It really is an exciting time for the company, with the merger more than doubling the size of The Business Exchange team.

We produced a special December/January edition of  The Business Exchange at the beginning of December celebrating the business successes of 2014 and revealing what’s new for 2015. Copies have been distributed throughout the County. If you would like a copy please email: press@tbeswindonandwilts.co.uk

We will return with the next edition of The Business Exchange at the beginning of February with a special feature revealing Wiltshire’s top 100 businesses, ranked by turnover. We will also profile the men and women behind these organisations and discover their secrets to success.

On the run up to National Apprenticeship Week, co-ordinated by the National Apprenticeship Service, we will also look at the positive impact local apprenticeships have on individuals, businesses and the wider economy.

In the February edition we will also be putting the spotlight on the region’s construction industry revealing some of the county’s largest projects and uncovering how the market is set to perform in the year ahead. To take part or to find out more email: anita@tbeswindonandwilts.co.uk

We hope that you manage to get a relaxing break over the Christmas period and for those working, especially in the service industries we salute you.

And here is a bit of  Christmas cheer from Anita & James. Merry Christmas. www.elfyourself.com/?mId=63771339.3