Security Foiling win an award at the recent Suffolk International Trade Group event
12 Dec 2011
The award was granted to Security Foiling for their awareness of the importance of language and culture while doing business outside of the United Kingdom.
The prize is an Overseas Market Information Study report from UK International Trade Group worth almost £1100.00.
We have selected the market of Turkey. Turkey is an important future market at the crossroads of Europe and Asia. Hopefully 2012 will see the successful introduction of our security document solutions to the Turkish market, building on our success in more than 70 other countries.
Through our international network of affiliates Security Foiling’s foil and hologram solutions are already securing documents in over 1200 installations. Applications include:
Please visit our new website www.securityfoiling.co.uk where you can find more details of our products and services
31 Jul 2015
St Elizabeth Hospice today announced Jimmy Doherty as patron of their exciting new project Pigs Gone Wild which is set to raise £100,000 for the local charity. Pigs Gone Wild will see around 40 pig sculptures displayed on an art trail around Ipswich and the Waterfront in summer 2016 in aid of the hospice.
29 Jul 2015
The winners of the inaugural ONE Haverhill Apprenticeship Awards, sponsored by Sanofi, have been announced at an event hosted by The Days Inn Haverhill.
Prizes were awarded in five categories: Apprentice of the Year; Apprenticeship Employer of the Year, sponsored by 1st Stop Recruitment; Overcoming Adversity, sponsored by Cambridge Regional College; Apprentice Champion of the Year, sponsored by West Suffolk College;and the Highly Commended judges’ award, sponsored by St Edmundsbury Borough Council.
28 Jul 2015
Anderson Yates consultants have been asked to rescue three ERP projects in the past two months, all involving companies that employ less than 250 employees - deploying cloud based ERP. What went wrong for them and what lessons can be learned that will ensure your company doesn’t fall into the same traps? (Part 3)