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The First Broward Means Business networking event will be held at the New River Inn Museum of History (231 SW 2[sup.
Design Means Business is supported by the Design Council, and is building on the work of Design Network North's monthly Rise & Design networking events.
Shelagh Barton, business advisor for South Tyneside Means Business, said: "It is great to see Beaumont Upholstery doing so well, particularly during such challenging times.
Looking to establish stronger business ties between Dubai and Singapore, Jafza's Senior Vice President of Sales, Ibrahim Al Janahi and other Jafza representatives attended the Dubai Means Business Commerce Seminar in Singapore recently.
Coventry Means Business was set up by just over a year ago by the Institute of Directors (IoD) for Coventry and Warwickshire and Coventry University to create the first mentoring scheme of its kind in the UK, pairing up business leaders with aspiring young entrepreneurs.
The unraveling of the Argentine economy has produced one of the largest private debt crises ever seen-and that means business.
When it comes to meeting the needs of enterprise, AMD means business.
In a further signal that the authority means business, it has said employers won't be able to avoid the scheme by claming that money given to employees is allowances for housing rather than wages or salary--although again, the onus is on employees to complain.
After ages, we have a government which is working and means business.
We have always known that Karen means business - whether that means getting results for her clients or having a broader impact as a mentor.
Design Network North is organising the Design Means Business event, which will take place at the Sage on March 15 and 16.
The comments were the advice agency South Tyneside Means Business, a joint venture between South Tyneside Council, TEDCO, South Tyneside College and the private sector.