By Jon Ellard | Tuesday, January 07, 2014
It was back into the old routine at the Juice Meeting at Witney Lakes this morning. Everyone was suitably refreshed from the Christmas and New Year break and ready to get down to business. There was a pep talk, reminding everyone about their duties and responsibilities to the group, and how to use the group to its full advantage to get the best out of it. With new members attending this was a good opportunity to show our professionalism. ..
By Jon Ellard | Thursday, October 31, 2013
Fancy driving around Brands Hatch and Le Mans? Rattle your way from Oxfordshire to France via three race circuits! ..
By Jon Ellard | Wednesday, July 24, 2013
Dave Shorten's company Monarch Fire (UK) Ltd is a family run business, in operation for over 10 years. It's main areas of expertise are fire alarm testing and maintenance, fire extinguishers and fire risk assessments. It is built on quality, service, value for money and recommendations ..
By Jon Ellard | Friday, July 12, 2013
The Isis Security Canute Flood Monitoring System... Allan from Isis Security gave us a talk about the system they pioneered to give individuals and business
owners a fighting chance in the battle against floods. ..
By Jon Ellard | Friday, June 21, 2013
Jon Ellard from Urban Element gave a 10 minute talk outlining key steps to creating a website that could get you a return on investment. Although an appealing website will depend on good content, design and positioning, there is also much strategic work to be done. ..
By Jon Ellard | Friday, May 24, 2013
Mark Cadbury, Action Coach, gave an insightful and challenging talk to members of Witney Juice about the reason why people do the jobs they do. When starting
a company people usually consider the what, how and lastly, why they will do things. Mark maintains that it should be the other way round and that
it is good to establish what motivates you and your colleagues to make sure you are not at cross purposes. ..
By Jon Ellard | Thursday, May 16, 2013
Games at breakfast. How do you make your audience sit up and take notice? This was Bernadette Disborough's challenge when giving a 10 minute talk about health and safety. She solved it easily by getting her audience involved. Pairing people up, handing out workplace pictures and playing spot the hazard soon had everyone enjoying themselves and a lively discussion followed. ..
By Jon Ellard | Wednesday, May 01, 2013
An interesting way to talk about insurance, no really!. This is Michelle Jennion from A-Plan Insurance in mid flow on her excellent presentation on the History of Insurance. ..
By Jon Ellard | Tuesday, April 23, 2013
Lucy Lavers from Urban Elephant (the small business arm of Urban Element) gave an enlightening 10 minute talk this morning about modern SEO in the light of changing search engine techniques used by Google. ..
By Jon Ellard | Monday, April 15, 2013
The 10-minute talk at the Witney Juice breakfast meeting on Tues 16th April 2013 is to be given by Kevin Ackland from Systems and Solutions. ..