Good Breakfast network meeting hosted by the Globe Business Centre Accrington.
Brainwave is a charity that exists to help children with disabilities and Developmental Delay achieve their full potential. That potential may be anything from helping a child walk or ride a bike to recognising colours or writing their name. The children we work with have a range of conditions including Autism, brain injuries such as Cerebral Palsy and genetic conditions such as Down’s Syndrome.
The Breakfast Sandwich was followed by presentations by our ‘Newest Members’.
Bruce MacLean Raecan Marketing.
Ræcan comes from the Old English: to reach, to attain – æ is pronounced like the ‘a’ in ‘cat’ or ‘bat’. Bruce gave a brief and entertaining overview of his companies services which include: Telemarketing, Virtual Assistant. Inbound calls, Bulk e-mail, Text marketing, Surveys, Data Entry and Disaster Recovery.
Raecan are also members of the East Lancashire Chamber of Commerce and sponsors of Bacup and Rossendale Borough FC.
Luke Hamilton Desired Fabrications As you would expect, from a good marketing company, Luke presented lots of examples of past and current commissioned work.
Desired fabrications is a UK based company which specialise in the field of marketing and branding. They work alongside clients as their external marketing department to ensure continuity within all aspects of their marketing and to create and/or develop an organisations brand identity. DF has created many business identities within different sectors and of different sizes.
Thanks Emma Mycock (Manageress, The Globe Centre), for your hospitality.
The Globe Centre is a major business centre and conference facility in Accrington, Lancashire. The Globe Centre is already host to businesses that occupy everything from “hot-desking” and four-man offices to complete floors of over 10,000 square feet. It is 20 miles from Manchester and an hour from Leeds via the nearby train station, which also connects The Globe Centre to Preston, Blackburn, Blackpool and York.