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Politics and prosperity
Today on bdaily, Tory heavyweight Ken Clarke visits the region as the pre-election tussle begins. Also, a huge military contract comes to South Tyneside and there’s news of a fast-growing tech firm’s latest boost.
Meanwhile, find out about a new initiative which aims to stop the region’s top creative talent heading south.
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The News
Big gun rolls into town
 
 
9.Apr.10 | Posted in News
Tory big-hitter Ken Clarke brought the pre-election turf war to the North East yesterday as he warned that the regional economy had lost ground on the South East during Labour’s reign.
The Shadow Secretary of State for Business, Innovation and Skills spoke to bdaily during a visit to the Cobalt Business Park on Tyneside – an enterprise zone which started life during the last Tory leadership and has since been built up to support 10,000 jobs.
He said the North East businesses he had spoken to on his visit were concerned about how the national economy will be stabilised and the lack of available credit.  
“The economy of the North East has been slipping further away from the rich London and the South East economies ever since Labour took power at the slightly accelerated rate. Good things are happening here but more has to happen,” he said.
Meanwhile, Labour yesterday mounted a fightback over criticism of its plans to put up national insurance by claiming Tory plans to curb the rise are based a fantasy written on the “back of an envelope”.
Labour said Tory plans were “not credible” and cited the support of three government efficiency experts to back their case.
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Record contract win for Tyneside firm
9.Apr.10 | Posted in News
A Tyneside factory is gearing up for expansion after landing a £50m contract for work on two aircraft carriers.
C&D Industrial Services Ltd, at Viking Industrial Park in Jarrow has won the biggest deal in its history to fabricate, supply and install heating ventilation and air conditioning systems for the Royal Navy carriers.
The contract is likely to spark job creation at the site which currently employs 30 people.
Company spokesperson Bill Blakey said: “We are delighted to be involved on this prestigious project, which represents the largest single order ever to have been awarded to the C&D Group of companies.
“Our success is clearly a testament to the skills and expertise of our employees.
“This represents a significant step forward in the development of our UK business, and the contract award will enable the company to invest in both equipment and jobs.
“This is great news for the North East and our wider UK business operations.”
The Jarrow plant will carry out the work for the IMTECH Marine Group, a leading contractor working for the Aircraft Carrier Alliance (ACA) on the Royal Navy’s Queen Elizabeth Class aircraft carrier programme.
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Turning the talent tide
9.Apr.10 | Posted in News and Arts and Culture
A team of frustrated actors are set to unveil a new drop in centre for the region’s budding creatives in attempt to stem the steady flow of talent leaving the North East.
Launching in September, Floor Four, based in Newcastle, will open its doors for the first time and is hoping to galvanise the creative arts sector by giving out of work artists, actors and musicians the chance to network and showcase their work.
Sam Neale, founder of Floor Four, said: “The centre will be a new creative hub where people of the artistic field can come together to perform and create new projects.
“The organisation was set up by three actors who were fed up of having to keep forking out on expensive trips to London for auditions. Although there is an amazing amount of talent in the region, the facilities aren’t always there, so we thought we’d take matters into our own hands.”
Situated on the site of a former art gallery in Newcastle, organisers of Floor Four are hoping to encourage the artistic community of the region to come along to a series of events penned for September and will visit schools and colleges over the coming weeks to encourage would be actors and musicians to follow their dreams.
Ms Neale added: “I think it’s too easy for lots of people to leave the region. More needs to be done to keep creative people here. 
“We’re a centre for arts and culture but I find myself sick from travelling to London once a month trying and find work. If Newcastle or anywhere else we’re ever going make another culture bid, it would be nice to have something to show for it.” 
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News
 
Nationwide jobs under threat
The jobs of 35 workers on Tyneside are under threat after building society Nationwide announced that it is considering closing its mortgage service centre in…
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Tech firm targets expansion
A North East telecoms firm is on target to double its turnover in the next three years after being awarded a prestigious award from a…
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Interest rates stay low
The Bank of England kept interest rates at their record low level yesterday. Borrowing costs have been held at 0.5% for more than a year as…
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Quote of the week
“ Too many important infrastructure decisions are getting bogged down in a bureaucratic quagmire. Businesses want a streamlined and effective process to make sure our energy, digital, and transport networks are up to the job. ”
Ross Smith, head of policy at the NECC
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The Weekly Poll
Turf war heats up
The electioneering is now well and truly underway, the major parties have wheeled out their big guns and they are on their way to a town near you. Ahead of the General Election we want to know where your loyalties lie - all voting remains anonymous of course.
I’m voting Labour

I’m voting Conservative

I’m voting Liberal Democrats

I’m voting for another party

I won’t bother voting

I’m undecided


If the Poll doesn’t work for you, you can vote on the website.
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Business Events
Wasted!
 
 
 
Venue St James’ Park, Newcastle upon Tyne
Date Wed 28 April 2010 09:00 – 11:30
Cost Free to Service Network Members / £30 to Non-Service Network Members
 

Are you blowing valuable sales opportunities and wasting vital marketing spend?
Too often we spend time and money on creating or doing “great marketing” which generates interest and inquiries but stops there – no sale!  Whether networking, mailshots, websites or brochures - the ultimate output or R.O.I is business, either in the short or long term.  Otherwise it is all WASTED!
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Stimulating Software Innovation Workshop
 
 
 
Venue Big Ideas at the North East BIC
Date Fri 23 April 2010 09:00 – 16:00
Cost Free
 

A one day, fully funded programme designed to give an up to the minute view of the software industry and the potential of future developments. This interactive session is ideal for anyone wishing to explore the software world in more detail as it not only looks at current trends but also provides a valuable insight into the constantly developing nature of software.
Date:                         Friday 23rd April 2010 09:00 – 16:00
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Rise & Design - No 7: New Technology for design
 
 
 
Venue Woodhorn, Northumberland Museum and Archives, Queen Elizabeth II Country Park, Ashington, Northumberland, NE63 9YF
Date Fri 16 April 2010 08:30 – 13:30
Cost free
 

Developers of new technologies need the help of design to ensure that the technologies are useful and necessary to succeed commercially. 
The combination of a technologist’s practical and technological skills with a designers’ creative and strategic thinking helps in defining applications and routes to market and in developing useful, appropriate and effective products and services.
Posted in Business Guide Continue reading >>
 
Energy B2B Matchmaking Event
 
 
 
Venue Warsaw, Poland
Date Wed 21 April 2010 at 09:00 – Thu 22 April 2010 at 23:59
Cost -
 

Would you like to find co-operation partners for development and marketing? The Energy B2B Matchmaking Event will take place on 21st – 22nd April 2010 in Warsaw, Poland and will help you find new international business contacts.  B2B matchmaking is a networking and business contact forum covering a specially selected area of business to promote co-operation between companies and other organisations.
The Energy B2B event targets the wind, solar, water and geothermal energy sectors, as well as biomass.  Between 120 and 150 companies from 11 European countries are expected to participate.  The Energy B2B Matchmaking event takes place at the same time as the European Wind Energy Conference & Exhibition  (EWEC) and arrangements will be made for matchmaking participants to attend the exhibition.   For more information visit:  http://www.een-northeast.co.uk/energy-b2b
Posted in Technology Continue reading >>
 
Durham Business School Annual Convention
 
 
 
Venue Durham Business School, Durham
Date Fri 16 April 2010 11:00 – 18:00
Cost free
 

Durham Business School is delighted invite you to the second annual Durham Convention.  The event will welcome a range of inspiring speakers who will engage the audience and impart specialist experience from a variety of fields.
Steve Black has won championships and cups in football and rugby at the highest levels.  He coached with Kevin Keegan at Newcastle United, Rob Andrew at Newcastle Falcons and Peter Reid at Sunderland. The application of these immensely successful techniques into business, everyday life and even academia has consistently lead to great results.  Steve presents keynote speeches, seminars and management conferences all over the world, working with organisations such as Toyota, Siemens and Barclays.
Posted in Business Guide Continue reading >>
 
The Plan or the Pitch Investment Readiness Workshop
 
 
 
Venue Maersk Training Centre, Newcastle upon Tyne
Date Mon 19 April 2010 13:30 – 17:30
Cost -
 

When looking for private investment which is more important – your business plan or your pitch?  The answer, of course, is both. Being great at the elevator pitch is not much use if you can’t back it up with a real understanding of your business financials; and no weight of business plan ever caught the eye of a busy angel investor.
So how to do both?  The answer is at hand. Investment readiness specialists, Finance
Posted in Business Guide Continue reading >>
 
North East Accountancy Awards
 
 
 
Venue Gosforth Marriott Hotel Newcastle upon Tyne
Date Tue 6 April 2010 at 08:00 – Fri 30 April 2010 at 17:00
Cost -
 

Finance and Accounting professionals from all over the North East will be celebrating their successes for the fourth year running.
Organisers of The Nigel Wright North East Accountancy Awards are calling for nominations from individuals, teams, branches and companies to celebrate their successes. These are the only awards in the region to have the full support of all the accountancy bodies, AAT, ACCA, CIMA, CIOT, CIPFA and ICAEW. Which is valuable recognition of the scale and credibility of the event.
Posted in Finance Continue reading >>
 
A marketer’s guide to winning contracts for the 2012 Olympics and Paralympics
8.Apr.10 | Posted in Business Guide
 
 
With this momentous occasion literally around the corner, marketers need to know how to capitalise on it.Malcolm Gallagher of BizVision is known as the ‘Procurement Coach’ and has sharp end experience of 2012 inspired contracts. In 2009 alone over 7,000 businesses worldwide saw him speak and gained unique insights into how to hone their business and bids into a winning combination.
Find out how to use your marketing skills to greater effect and understand the procurement process to ensure that your organisation is bid ready, competitive and in a position to find public sector contract opportunities for 2012 and beyond.
Malcolm is a Chartered Marketer, Fellow of The Chartered Institute of Marketing, a Freeman of the Worshipful Company of Marketors and a Freeman of the City of London, which all sounds very nice but it means he keeps ahead of the game and is known for delivering fresh thinking for businesses.
There will be a panel discussion after Malcolm’s presentation.
Taking part are: • Paul Taylor, Olympic Project Director, Business & Enterprise North East • Mike Hawkins, Enterprise Senior Specialist, One North East.
For more information and to book online please visit the CIM website by clicking here.
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Senior Research Executive
Dipsticks Research Limited is a north east based market research agency that specialises in media and marketing communications research. The company, set up…
Dipsticks Research | Permanent | Nothumberland | negotiable dependent on experience Continue reading >>
 
 
 
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Press Ahead is an award winning Sunderland based PR and marketing agency and we are looking to recruit an enthusiastic Account Executive to…
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And Finally in association with
 
Police seize four-foot penis
The boss of a furniture store has reacted angrily after a four-foot tall stone penis was seized from his shop in a police raid, the Metro reports.
46-year-old Jason Hadlow’s prized Indonesian penis carving was snatched by police after a member of the public complained about the £200 phallus, which was on display in his window.
He was told to pay an £80 fixed penalty notice, or face prosecution for causing ‘harassment, alarm and distress’ - and was told he can only have his penis back if he promises not to put it on display again.
Hadlow, who runs the Simply Dutch store in Leeming Bar, North Yorkshire, has now started a Facebook campaign for the return of the phallus, which he has naturally called the ‘Free Willy’ campaign. 
And his experiences have not put him off the stone penis trade - he told the Northern Echo that he’s ordered over a hundred more of the phalluses: “I have got a container of them coming in four weeks, which contains a minimum of 150 of the willies.”
 
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