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Renting a Business Property

When renting a property for your business, you have some responsibilities by law - but most will depend on what it says in the lease. Find out which apply to you or your landlord and what happens if you move out.


Working from home
 

Working from home might seem like the dream.  No traffic to battle through, no set hours in the office, no structure of when to take your break and for how long.  But it isn’t always the dream it is made out to be.  It requires serious consideration before committing to working from home.

When you are planning your business it is worth deciding if working from home will be effective for your business type and structure.  It can be more cost effective to work from home and with modern technology it is easier than ever to work from home.  Meaning that you no longer have to have a specific type of business to work from home … but there are still a few businesses that it will suit better than others.

With all that said it is worth looking at the implications working from home can have.  Both on you, your family, your customers and your supplier, you need to decide if your new business can be run from your home or if you need to look at other options.

Face to face meetings become tricky – if your business requires you to meet face to face with others, inviting them into your home isn’t always the most professional or practical option.  This means you could start racking high mileage on your car or catching more public transport to meet customers.

  • You’re always at work – because you live where you work, it can be easy to lose the clear divide between work and home life.  It can be too easy to check your emails late in the evening and you soon find yourself working more hours than you would do working in an office.
  • Friends and Family can be distracting – being at home means people assume you’ve got a flexible working pattern.  They will sometimes see it as an invitation to distract you from your work, maybe they’ve taken the day off their job and want you to go out for lunch with them.  This can be damaging to your workflow and your business, as most people who don’t work from home (your suppliers and customers) will be out of contact after the normal work hours … and if you’ve filled your time with non-business related tasks you miss the opportunity to do business.
  • It takes will power –  it can be hard striking the right balance when working from home.  Battling the natural distractions and working to your optimum proficiency is not a walk in the park.  It might take a while to get the balance right but if you manage it, it can be very rewarding and work in your favour.  Sometimes, to sit in the garden with a cuppa for 10 minutes can help clear your head and provide clarity on something.
  • Planning permission – some types of business run from your home will need planning permission. Read our article on planning permission to find out more.

When deciding if working from home is right for your new business it is advised that you speak to others that you know work from home.  Ask them what advice they would give or if you don’t know anyone, speak to a business mentor or advisor to get an understanding of how effective working from home with your business idea will be.

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Considering business premises
 

Commitment to take on business premises (bought or rented) is a very big decision for a business but especially a start-up.  The considerations required if you decide that business premises are needed are some which should involve thorough research to establish a number of things.

Main areas would be –

  • What are your specific requirements?  Do you need industrial, retail, office or a mix of these?  This helps to immediately narrow your search criteria and saves time looking for, or viewing things that are totally inappropriate.
  • How much space do I need? All aspects of your operation need to be considered from floor space footprints on machinery/equipment to storage areas.  Laying out an ideal floor plan for your business (even office based) will give you a good understanding of the requirements but also the logistics of how your business will work – production flow for example.  Although floor space can be costly, it’s always worth trying to stretch to as much as you can afford.  You may need room for expansion as you become successful and having to relocate later may be prohibitive for various reasons e.g. tied into a long lease or high cost of relocation.
  • Do you have specific Health and Safety needs to consider?  This could revolve around the specific nature of your business but this is something which should never be overlooked and you need to ensure any premises can cater for your needs.
  • Are aesthetics of your business premises important?  Will the appearance of your premises be relevant to the specific venture you are looking to undertake?  Your premises might be the first thing potential customers see and their perception will be influenced by that initial view.  This is more important if clients visit your site but irrespective of this, having a business that projects an outward appearance that inspires confidence is always a good idea.  Equally, keeping the internal appearance clean, tidy and well maintained is important for the well being of staff as well as any customers who might visit.  It’s always nice to show off your business activity in its best light.
  • What will the premises cost?  What is my budget?  Buying and leasing/renting, (unless you can afford to buy outright), immediately add monthly costs to the business, for rent or a commercial mortgage.  In addition to these you need to factor in anything which relates to service charges or utility bills for the premises and either option will invariably incur professional fees for conveyance or lease set up.  Other big considerations on cost are business rates, (check with your local council as these are often subsidised for the first 12 months of occupation and there is also small business rates relief available) and building insurance which can be significant in relation to the overheads your business will have to sustain.
  • Will the business buy or lease?  Buying is sometimes difficult to achieve for a new business unless there is a substantial amount of cash available to allow this.  Typically commercial mortgages will be around 65% loan to value which means a hefty chunk of money is required for the deposit.  Leasing is the most common option and being aware of the terms of the lease is the most important thing.  How many years?  Are you responsible for the maintenance of the property?  Does it include a service charge?  What notice period is required should you decide to relocate?  There are other questions but the main thing is you fully understand your liabilities and obligations around the lease (and your rights) and never sign anything until it has been looked at by your legal professional.  Anything unfairly biased should be walked away from or negotiated out, and you may also be able to agree caveats within the lease that make it more workable e.g. early release from the lease.
  • Do I need planning permission?  Interior work more often than not doesn’t require any planning permission but exterior work often does (depending on size and scale).  Either way it is always wise to check with the local council to ensure you conform to any requirements.  If you are working from home you also need to inform your mortgage provider as well as the local council regulations in regard to planning permission.  In all cases you have a legal responsibility to ensure all work is carried out to conform to building legislation.  In addition, you are also obliged to make reasonable adjustments to the business premises to cater for the safety of staff, customers and visitors.
  • Where do I locate?  Very careful consideration is needed on this point and it very much depends on your specific business and often related to the accessibility required by staff and customers.  Do you need good footfall?  Is it advantageous to be near good road links?  Is it useful to be near my key suppliers?  Will it be accessible for my workforce?  Locations or features normally come at a price and can be commercially advantageous but, alternatively, being more remote may be cheaper and not matter as much as a factor that will drive your success.
  • Does the premises have security or do you need improving?  Security of any property is important and none more so than businesses premises.  Many insurance companies will require a minimum level of security to cover you but it is in your interest to project your property and any valuable business assets you may have.

Once you’ve narrowed down the criteria, you can now consider searching for something that will fit your requirements.  Before you start looking, draw up a list of requirements based on the thoughts above (and anything else you feel is relevant) and, like buying a house, look for something that fits the bill.  It will all help you avoid wasting time spent looking at unsuitable premises.

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Planning permission
 

If you have decided or are seriously considering working from home it is worth noting that some businesses run from home will require you to get planning permission from your local council. There are several reasons as to why your business will need planning permission.

  • No longer prominently a private home – if your home will be used as a workplace for staff, like an events management company where your sales team are based at your home, you will need to check with your local council to see if planning permission is required
  • Traffic or people visiting increase – if running your business from home will increase the level of traffic on your street or the number of people visiting your home, maybe you’re holding meetings with multiple people on a regular basis, then you will need to check with your local council to see if planning permission is required
  • Unusual for your street – if your business an is unusual activity for your street, hair salon for example on a private residential street would be unusual, then you will need to check with your local council to see if planning permission is required
  • Disturbing the neighbourhood – if your business will create disturbances at unreasonable times or create nuisance noises or smells like a building yard or animal farm, you will need to check with your local council to see if planning permission is required

 When it comes to planning advice it is always worth speaking to an expert because you will need to get it right the first time. Don’t let the thought of planning permission put you off investigating your options, in some cases they might advise that planning is not required or alternatively if you don’t think you need planning permission it is still worth asking an expert to have the reassurances.

Content kindly provided by www.yorkshirepowerhouse.com visit them for free business templates & much more. 

Health and safety
 

You must carry out a health and safety risk assessment in the workplace and take action to remove any hazards.

You’ll normally be responsible for:

  • fire safety
  • safety of electrical equipment
  • gas safety - you must maintain equipment according to the manufacturer’s instructions, which could mean an annual inspection by a registered gas safety engineer to make sure appliances and pipework are safe
  • managing asbestos
You’re also responsible for providing:

  • a reasonable temperature
  • enough space, ventilation and lighting
  • toilets and washing facilities
  • drinking water
  • safe equipment
The Health and Safety Executive’s ‘Workplace health, safety and welfare: a short guide’ has more details.

Download ‘Workplace health, safety and welfare: a short guide’ (PDF, 110KB)

Your landlord is responsible for any aspects of health and safety written in the lease (eg in communal areas). You must take reasonable steps to make sure your landlord fulfils these responsibilities.

If you get into a dispute with your landlord, you need to keep paying rent - otherwise you may be evicted.

Repairs and maintenance
 

Your lease should say who is responsible for repairs and maintenance of the property.

Moving out
 

When you move out, you may have to pay for certain repairs, or return the property to the state it was in when you first rented it. The repairs you’ll need to make are called ‘dilapidations’ and should be written in the lease.

Any responsibility not mentioned in the lease will usually be yours as the tenant.

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Inspiration for Greenhead College business class from ex student entrepreneur

Tuesday 28 November 2017

Business students at Greenhead College were handed some sound advice from two local entrepreneurs. Harley Cooper and Ellie Gilbert showed the A-level students what can be achieved with a bit of self-belief, resilience and risk taking. The duo set up Avalon Mae Social Media Marketing, which has found a gap in the market for providing social media marketing services to small firms and self employed individuals such as hairdressers who want to maximise their online presence. Ellie, an ex-Greenhead student who took part in the Real World Economics event and the annual New York trip, spoke to more than 80 students and explained that young people had a lot to offer in their line of marketing as they have grown up with social media. Mark Mitchell, head of business and economics at Greenhead College, said: “Having young entrepreneurs from our alumni visiting like this is highly inspirational and helps show students that there is an alternative to the traditional educational route after Greenhead. “If you have a great business idea – just go for it!”
Posted by Avalon Mae Social Media Marketing
Around Town In the Huddersfield Live Hygge Tipi

Wednesday 15 November 2017

What better time to get together than Christmas? Around Town believe that connecting the business community of Huddersfield in its iconic locations and organisations is a brilliant way to share ideas, hear inspirational stories and have some FUN. Organised by Oli Smith, Michelle Crowther and Chris Buckley Around Town create memorable events every 3 months. 2018 plans are already underway; “as well as meeting at some amazing businesses we are walking Around Town in Spring - a fantastic way to get to know each other whilst experiencing some award winning locations and scenery in Huddersfield “ says Michelle And with Huddersfield Live December promises to be a memorable Around Town event. Hosted in the Hygge Tipi in St Georges Square, hear Sam Watt and Poppy Stahelin tell of the fabulous work the team at Huddersfield Live are doing and some of the stunning events planned for next year. Laura Drury sets the backdrop of how she formed the The Hygge Tipi and how it creates a convivial atmosphere for Huddersfield folk to mingle, drink mulled wine, and keep the winter night out in front of the log fire. All In the heart of Huddersfield. Tickets are limited and can be reserved FREE here. Chamber members old and new are very welcome. Around Town Events for 2018 confirmed. March 1st - Valli Opticians May 17th - Owen Scott Tailors May 25th - (Walk) Around Town - 15miles (approx) Breakfast Sarnies, The Kirklees Way, Finish in a Brewery!
Posted by The Alternative Board
Social Progress at 2017 Chamber Business Awards

Monday 23 October 2017

Social Progress, a Social Media & Digital Marketing Agency from Huddersfield, West Yorkshire, has been crowned one of the winners in the Yorkshire and Humber heats of the Chamber Business Awards 2017. Now in their 14th year, the Awards are a highlight of the business calendar, recognising the key role that local businesses play in driving the UK economy. The Best Use of Social Media award winner, Social Progress will now go forward to represent the Yorkshire and the Humber region in the national finals, which take place in London in November. Janet Bebb, Owner & DM of Social Progress said: “The announcement took us completely by surprise. We entered but never thought we’d be selected as Regional Winners. “The entry showcased the interactive social media software we’ve developed called Big Screen Social that can be used at events. It’s a highly visual Twitter & Instagram Wall which, because of the unique visual presentation, is designed to encourage delegates, sponsors and exhibitors to post throughout the day or evening using the event’s specific hashtag. This gives added media exposure to the event. “Big Screen Social is going down a storm at conferences, award evenings, etc. Mid Yorkshire Chamber have used the software at two of their events this year, the Kirklees Business Conference and the Wakefield Business Conference. Francis Martin, President of the British Chambers of Commerce (BCC) said: “Businesses are the backbone and driving force of the UK economy. Even in the face of uncertain times, they continue to show their resilience and strength – creating opportunities for employment, investment and growth. “Our judges are always impressed by the high standard of submissions, and the calibre of entries this year was no different. The finalists in the Chamber Business Awards represent the best of this country’s entrepreneurial spirit, creativity and hard-work. “The Chamber Business Awards are the perfect opportunity for us to celebrate our business communities’ achievements, to take stock of the outstanding performances of UK businesses over the past year, and to encourage and inspire others to follow in their footsteps.” Social Progress is a Yorkshire based Social Media Agency specialising in social media strategy, social media training and social media content management on behalf of clients. Our client base stretches from micro-businesses to large corporations and all training and services are tailored to suit their requirements. We ensure training is suitable for the individuals involved and tailor the teaching to suit their skill-level and learning pace to ensure they make the most of the training and feel confident enough to go away and have a go themselves. We offer Content Managed Packages for clients who wish to out-source their social media management ranging from low-level to detailed social media strategy and support. All packages can also have additional training bolted onto them to ensure the client is confident to manage their own social media after a time. Social Media Strategy Packages help to focus business owners and marketing department on the what, why, how and when of using social media for business. We help give them a purpose to using social media and help them to use if more efficiently and effectively. We also strive to encourage authenticity and to show their personality through their social media channels/activity. We’ve also developed a highly interactive and visual Twitter & Instagram Wall called Big Screen Social which is designed to enhance any event. Be that conferences, exhibition stands, award evening, charity functions, festivals, music concerts, weddings & parties. Big Screen Social can be purchased to use for a day or on an ongoing basis by event planners, social media agencies, PR agencies, advertising and marketing agencies and AV technicians. The display posts using a given hashtag. It can be moderated and customised to suit the branding of the event.
Posted by Social Progress
A Cure for Cabin Fever!

Monday 02 October 2017

As a Sole Trader, Freelancer, Consultant, Nomadic or Home Worker we all know how challenging it can be to work on your own, by your own. As an answer to the lack of social connection, creative thinking, strategic brainstorming, professional critique or just a chinwag with other professionals, Co Up is launching Sole Trader Social. A quarterly meetup that turns the 'standard networking event' on its head. First and foremost it is a social event that encourages individuals to get out more and meet with other like-minded professionals in a relaxed environment. Danny Bulmer, Founder of Co up says... "We've all been there - either when starting up a new business, being a sole trader or working remotely or in your kitchen. Whilst we have some luxuries to hand, we as human beings lack the social connections and the serendipitous moments of working with others. These moments are often where new discoveries, developments and ideas flourish. Some of the best ideas, business concepts and conversations are often had down the pub, in a cafe or around the kettle. These are places where people can feel more at home and open to new ideas and are possibly more comfortable in expressing themselves. Sole Trader Social is a space where professionals and entrepreneurs will hopefully feel part of a community of like-minded individuals. The social aspect is important but these meetups definitely help to develop oneself, your wider network and your businesses in very a natural, unforced and productive way" The Sole Trader Social kicks off on Thursday 8th October at 5:45pm-7:45pm at Co Up in Slaithwaite and will run quarterly from thereon in. Find out more on their website: www.co-up.co or on the Co Up Facebook page.
Posted by Co Up.
KC Communications Announces Launch of Training Academy

Wednesday 27 September 2017

Huddersfield based marketing agency, KC Communications have announced the launch of their training academy following the relocation to larger premises earlier this year. KC Communications, who primarily work with SME’s and educational organisations to support them with marketing, PR and social media requirements, have launched the academy following the demand for training services that match the standards of professional training institutions but are delivered by individuals who undertake the activity on a daily basis. Identifying a gap in the market for professional training services, the planned workshops delivered will be accessible to SME’s and sole traders to help them on the path to marketing and ultimately, business success. Commenting on the launch of the academy, founder and Managing Director Katrina Cliffe commented: “CPD is one of our core values and from the top down all staff regularly undertake a variety of training activities to ensure we deliver both the highest level of service and results for our clients. Over the years we have received many requests to deliver training but haven’t had the facilities to be able to do so. However, our relocation to Independence House in Lindley has been instrumental in allowing us to build on the opportunity to deliver workshops due to improved facilities and ample free parking. Now our refurbishment is complete; I am delighted to be progressing with the academy”. The agency will deliver workshops on a monthly basis with the first workshops in the pipeline focused on “How to write a marketing plan” and “How GDPR will affect the marketing function”.
Posted by KC Communications
El-fresco dining just got a whole lot more exciting

Monday 25 September 2017

DELIVITA has taken outdoor cooking to the next level with the launch of their new Italian-inspired wood-fired oven. Joe Formisano and Olivia Robinson created the DELIVITA oven to inspire a passion for wood-fired outdoor cooking and to bring families and friends together to share good food. Having Italian heritage they knew exactly what was needed. Launched earlier this year this flagship product, a stlyish hand made table-top wood fired oven is manufactured in Yorkshire, and was initially designed to cook the perfect pizza. However, it’s proved itself a great all rounder and cooks chicken, meat, fish, breads and vegetables perfectly too. Unlike many ovens available on the market today the DELIVITA wood-fired oven is portable, weighing in at just 30kg and measuring 35cm (H), 59cm (W), 59cm (D). Due to the size of oven, it is compact enough to sit within any setting including urban balconies and gardens. The oven itself has also been designed with style in mind. Available in a range of on trend colours including Hale Grey, Vintage Blue, Very Black and Olive Green the oven has clean and simple lines, offering a contemporary addition to any setting. “We wanted a design that would adapt to our own lifestyle: fast, portable, stylish and social. We also wanted it to be hand made in Yorkshire and - most importantly - simple and pleasurable to use.” explained Olivia who has a background in creative design and product design with Liberty of London and Mamas & Papas. “To compliment the DELIVITA wood-fired oven, we have also developed a range of accessories. Again these are hand made in Yorkshire (both the wooden handles and steel additions) and include a portable stand for the oven pizza peel, pizza cutter, dough cutter, wood prodder, oven brush and a newly developed mini axe which was launched at GLEE 2017.” explained Joe, whose experience is in sales at well known brands including Mamas & Papas and Shark Ninja. DELIVITA have recently secured funding from AD-VENTURE, have been nominated for the White Rose Awards 2017 - Yorkshire Producers and Makers, were a winner of the Huddersfield Town Shooting Stars Award and were a runner up for new product at this year's GLEE, NEC Birmingham. All in all not a bad first year .
Posted by Delivita Ltd
Plans revealed for Huddersfield’s first design conference

Monday 04 September 2017

Details have today been announced for a brand new design conference, the first of its kind to be held in Huddersfield. The event – which will take place at Bates Mill on Thursday 5 October – is the conception of Wilson’s Republic, a well-known not-for-profit design network in the town set up by Huddersfield-based designers Darren Evans and Aidan Nolan. It aims to bring creative practitioners, students and enthusiasts together to tell their stories, share their experiences, collaborate, question, learn and create. Among the speakers to have already been announced, is Huddersfield-born John Lee, a celebrated prop and model maker who has spent 34 years in the film industry. Having begun his career working on The Wind in the Willows, he has gone on to be involved in blockbusters including Aliens, Casino Royale and the soon-to-be-released Star Wars: The Last Jedi. He is also a frequent lecturer at The National Film and Television School. He will be joined by Tom Foley, Creative Director of international typography specialist Dalton Maag, who has recently hit the headlines for designing the new BBC Sport ‘Leith’ font. As well as taking to the stage, Tom will also be leading two 2 hour logo refinement workshop throughout the day. There are in fact a number of different workshops on the conference programme, covering topics ranging from intellectual property, accounting for creatives, design career plotting, and the business of design, as well as a full-day portfolio review to offer professional guidance on live projects. The conference is not Wilson’s Republic’s first venture on to the events scene. Founded in 2015, the brand exists to provide a voice for Huddersfield’s design community. And, having run five sell-out social events to date the conference was the next logical step. “From textile design to precision engineering, Huddersfield has a rich history of world class invention and creativity running through it. The conference aims to celebrate these roots by looking to the future,” explains Wilson’s Republic co-founder Darren Evans. “By bringing iconic and inspiring speakers together in a relaxed, collaborative environment, we’re hoping to help further stimulate the profile of design across the town. There’s never been anything like it here.” With an undeniably high density of design talent in Huddersfield, across varied creative disciplines including product, graphic, digital, web, photography, illustration, art and architecture, this creative industry has been named the fastest growing in the Kirklees district. “We’re witnessing something of a movement in the town,” adds Aidan. “We’ve always had a prolific talent hub here, as our line-up of Huddersfield born and raised speakers shows. But Huddersfield’s creative heart is growing bigger and bigger every year, so it was time for our events to reflect this. “Wilson’s Republic has ‘gone large’ – I hope this conference will play a significant part in driving the town’s creative agenda forward!” Confirmed event partners include Kirklees Council, Bates Mill and stamping foil and decorative film specialist Foilco – who will be inviting delegates to create their own foil card throughout the day. The conference will also be preceded by the latest gathering of Design Network North – a membership organisation which aims to increase the contribution that design makes to the economy. But the hunt is still on for other sponsors to get involved, with interested parties encouraged to make contact via the website. The event costs £35 to attend, with discounted entry for students (£25) and groups of 5 or more (£30). Tickets can be purchased at www.wrconf.com and updates can be found on Twitter via @wilsonsrepublic and #WRConf.
Posted by Scriba PR Limited
ABL Business expands into North Yorkshire

Wednesday 21 June 2017

Yorkshire-based business support consultancy ABL Business Ltd are expanding their operations into North Yorkshire. The company, which offers commercial finance and marketing support to SMEs, has engaged Fraser Irvine as an Appointed Representative to cover the county. Based in Harrogate, Fraser will be operating across the area, offering a full mix of commercial finance services. He will assist SMEs in raising the funds they need to trade, grow or stabilise their business, using all the funding lines and capabilities of ABL Business. It marks the third recent growth for the Cleckheaton-based company, who recently set up a new office in Scotland with two representatives just over a year ago and expanded into the North East region in March this year. Fraser Irvine is an experienced Independent Commercial Finance Broker and joins the company with an extensive career in financing businesses under his belt. He has spent almost 30 years working with asset and cash flow funders, which gives him a deep understanding of the financial needs of an SME business. Fraser has worked with new start businesses, as well as more established companies, arranging funding facilities to suit individual needs. His interest in business finance has also enabled him to gain extensive experience in the Management Buy-out, Management Buy-in and transactional market as a whole. He said: “I have known ABL Business and its owners, Andy Redman and Alex Beardsley for many years and really like the independent and client-focussed approach they adopt, so I’m very excited that I’m now joining the team. “ABL Business has access to a vast range of funders, which means I will benefit from being able to offer clients financial solutions that are tailored to bespoke needs. I am keen to help clients from new starts to multi-million turnover businesses to grow and achieve their full potential.” ABL Business Ltd and their appointed representatives have access to over 70 funders, enabling them to find an appropriate solution, no matter what a client’s financial requirements may be. ABL Business Director Andy Redman said: “We’re delighted to welcome Fraser to the team. He has a wealth of experience, which he brings with him from the financial sector, and in business too. Fraser, with his connections and knowledge, will be a real asset to ABL Business and to companies across North Yorkshire. His appointment has enabled us to expand our reach into yet another area and help even more businesses find funding packages that suit their specific needs”.
Posted by ABL Business Ltd
Social Progress MD selected for Digital Women Debate Panel

Saturday 03 June 2017

During the Digital Marketing Roadshow - Wigan on Wednesday 7th June at DW Stadium five leading industry experts will be coming together to discuss diversity in Digital and how gender balance is being addressed. The day has a very exciting list of digital related seminars throughout the day including a Google Digital Garage session on 'Reach New Customers Online & Know your Business with Google Analytics.' The Digital Women Debate is being hosted by Naomi Timperley who runs Coo Digital & is a Tech North Advocate. Social Progress, owner and MD Janet Bebb is one of the five panelists discussing gender balance in the digital along with Debbie Edwards, F Disrupters, Wendy Bowers at Role, Melissa Conlon, Commercial Director at Magma and Aaron Crewe from novi.digital. Big Screen Social our highly visual Twitter Wall will also be featuring at the event displaying the photos, branding and messages of delegates, exhibitors and speakers via hashtag #DMRoadshow helping to spread the word about the full day event and reach an online audience. This free to attend event is part of a series of Digital Marketing Roadshows taking place across the North West of England organised by Launch Events. https://www.socialprogress.co.uk/social-progress-selected-for-digital-women-debate-panel/
Posted by Social Progress
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