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Welcome to our latest newsletter, the last of this year, which we hope you find of interest.

The festive season is meant to be a time of celebration with your family, close friends and colleagues, so we hope the hints and tips we have included in our Winter Newsletter can help you celebrate the festive season without concern. We are also pleased to offer you yuletide greetings and all the best of luck for a prosperous 2017.

The other articles within this newsletter are a mix of our own news with industry trends that we believe will be valuable to know.

 Thanks for taking the time to read our newsletter.

Howard Lickens, CEO.

12 Useful LinkedIn Tips for Businesses

LinkedIn is the world’s largest professional network, with more than 433 million members worldwide. And with Microsoft acquiring the company this year, business membership looks set to grown even further- with talks of Office integration on the horizon.

LinkedIn can be an exceptionally powerful tool for businesses, but it can also be overwhelming.

So, we have put together our top 12 tips to help you get the most out of LinkedIn and build your personal brand:

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Our Christmas Opening Hours

Christmas is nearly here and as 2016 comes to an end we would like to take a moment to thank you for your valued support. Sending you yuletide greetings and the best of luck for a prosperous 2017!


Here are our Christmas opening hours incase you need to contact us:

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With Sterling in a Tailspin, Should Brokers Be Warning About Sums Insured?

The weak pound may be good news for UK exporters but for firms that use parts, equipment and raw materials from abroad to make their products – business is getting much tougher. What’s more, the government’s caginess about what the terms of ‘Brexit’ will be may cause the value of sterling to sink further in the coming months.

One effect of this downward trend is that firms that bought parts or materials from overseas when the pound was stronger will find it more costly to replace them if, say, they’re damaged or stolen.

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