Isn’t amazing how time seems to just slip by. Wasn’t Christmas only 5 minutes ago and now we’re suddenly into Spring. I must confess, I’m a bit like a perennial plant myself – much happier when the sun comes out.
I’ve also been taking a good deal of inspiration of late, from some fascinating folk I’ve been getting to meet through some workshops I’ve been running on behalf of the Enterprise Alliance who deliver business workshops across Essex as part of the South East Business Boost programme. These workshops are attended by folk looking to start a business or accelerate one that they have recently begun. It’s a joy to spend some time talking about marketing and how to launch a new product or service with folk who have such enthusiasm and drive.
Elsewhere it’s been great to welcome back Julie to the team after a brief sojourn with her own new business adventure. Her return couldn’t be timelier as we get to grips with new website projects for Everyone Entertained, Aylesbury Grammar School and Motivates, the business to business arm of Red Letter Days.
April marks the time of the year when the leisure golfer retrieves their clubs from the loft and dusts them down in anticipation of happy days to come on the fairways. We’re blessed to have worked with World of Golf, Europe’s busiest driving range, for some six years now. Whilst the traditional golf club struggles, in the face of modern life, to maintain participation, World of Golf, just off the A3 in New Malden, continues to outperform the market by listening to customers and developing its proposition accordingly. Why not pop along and see for yourself? Just listen out for the roar of the Dinosaurs and you know you’re in the right area.