www.dbworkwear.co.uk are having a sale on apache workwear trousers right now. They also offer dewalt work wear trousers at pretty good prices.
As a local partner of ours we agreed to give them a little advert on our blog. They are a great bunch of people and their service is fantastic so check them out if you are in the market for work wear clothing.
Based in Bishop Auckland they are a fairly small business but rapidly growing and have an excellent online service delivering goods nationwide everyday.
The North East is a hot bed of business these days and always has been of course. This has lead to the growth of many business support sectors like accountancy. Accountants are not rare anymore, they are all over the place. You can’t move for them. The problem is there are no laws on who can be an accountant. It’s always best to look for one that has been chartered and then at least you know they are properly qualified and regulated.
This is one such example of a brand new business that has gone from strength to strength on the back of demand. Looking at the numbers of financial experts now advertising in Darlington you would think the market was over saturated but demand is high. No one is short of work in this sector.
People have realised the importance of expert advice and how they need it if they want to succeed, no matter how clever or experienced they think they are. Everyone can benefit from outside influences and opinions. Ignoring this readily available advice could be the death of a potentially great business.
Financial experts and good ones are a sound investment. It is easy to be safe with your money when starting a new venture and that is prudent but some things are worth investing in. A good accountant will save you money and probably make you money over the long term. The site we linked above is a company we have recently dealt with and found them to be excellent. Of course there are many more excellent companies in the north east area so you will never be short of choice, just be careful to read the reviews and make sure they are chartered so you get the most benefit out of the company you choose.
The recent downturn in the UK economy has seen many people turning to alternate and extra forms of income. One such popular industry is matched betting. Qualifying bets are placed in order to gain free bets which are then placed for a guaranteed profit. Sites like oddsmonkey have profited from this booming industry by teaching people how to be successful at this.
I recently read an oddsmonkey review and decided to give it a go. I signed up for the free trial and made around £45 with considerable ease, so I upgraded to a premium account and have not looked back. I have made around £500 in the last month and the money shows no sign of letting up.
Matched betting has featured in many newspapers and media stories, all positive and glowing reviews. I can see why. This is a no risk and completely legal way to win at the bookies.
A new booming industry in the UK is the spray paint industry. Consumers are moving away from tinned paint towards the more professional finish of spray paint aerosols. This is particularly prevalent in the commercial sector where spraying a building or panel can give a much cleaner finish than the old fashioned tin and brush.
Large panel companies have seen a growth in profits for the year ending 2015/16. Kingspan Panel Repairs has become one of the most sought after services in the UK.
This market growth seems to have come from the ever increasing competition in UK industry where it is now extremely important to have a business premises that looks clean, smart and professional. ral Spray paints and PANTONE Spray Paints have become the must have colour selection. Their long lasting and easily recognizable colours have seen both companies go from strength to strength.
This upturn seems set to last as technology moves forward. Paint finishes can now be so clean and smooth the days of the brush are surely numbered. Once aerosols are developed for the household market people will never use
rollers and brushes again.
What remains to be seen is whether existing paint companies like Dulux are moving with this trend and developing their own range of aerosol paints. Failure to do so could see some of the biggest companies in the UK going under or having severely reduced profits. They will be playing catch up to the new companies that are springing up on a daily basis.
The household decorating market is worth billions of pounds in the UK alone so it is a matter of time before we walk into B&Q to buy sprays instead of tins. It will be fascinating to see what companies catch on to this early and what products hit the market first.
Their are challenges to over come, like breathing protection and protection of surrounding areas but an innovative design could surely solve these issues in the 21st century. Whoever solves these issues and brings the product to the market will be looking at a serious windfall.