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Focusing on Customers

The most successful businesses understand their customers intimately; the harsh reality is that you can’t target a customer if you don’t know who they are!

Think about it from the other side of the coin … if you offered to help my business and asked who I’d want introducing to?  If my reply is, “I’m easy to refer to, anyone is good for me” then I’ve really not helped you at all.  If, instead, I explain that I can identify customers as “other businesses looking to directly talk to new start businesses, accountants, solicitors, printers, designers – ideally based in Yorkshire”  then I’ve given you some direction.

Your sales and marketing activity should be based on identifying customers and making sure your branding and marketing materials are geared to reflect their needs.

Brilliant questions that you should be able to answer when thinking about identifying customers include:
  • How old are they?
  • What is their gender?
  • What is their income?
  • Where are they located (and where are they when they consider your products or services)?
  • What time of day do they purchase your products or service?
  • Where do they go for information when thinking about purchasing your products or services?
  • What is their level of education?
  • Do they need your product or service or is it a luxury purchase?
  • How will they use your product or service?
  • What do they value the most about your product or service?
  • Do they impulse buy or save for it?

Identifying customers and being able to answer these questions is essential to being able to make your marketing work for you.

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Dealing with customers
 

Getting customers and keeping them is what it’s all about.  It has to be one of the key messages your brand conveys and a critical area of focus to ensure your business can be successful.

The research you have undertaken will give you clear insight into the levels of expectation within your chosen market.  Your business plan should have this as a consistent theme throughout.

Gaining and dealing with customers is always a challenge, particularly for new businesses.  To give yourself the best chance to do this successfully is to delight them!

If you are willing to go the extra mile, and ‘over deliver’ against expectation, that’s even better.  A good experience for a customer will bring repeat sales, loyalty and you can build a long term relationship that will help you grow the business with a solid customer base.

Word of mouth is a powerful thing and it’s a well known fact that poor customer service is ten times more likely to be shared with others and can have disastrous consequences for your fledgling enterprise.

An exercise, similar to the brand development, where you compare and contrast good and bad customer service in the commercial environment is always useful.  You can learn a considerable amount and, importantly, avoid making the same mistakes where you identify short comings.

Someone once said “its not necessity that is the mother of invention, it’s inconvenience”.  Whilst its not expected that you invent something, the message is about ease and convenience being a big driver for customers when they make buying decisions … having ways to do that makes your success much more achievable.

How to take your customer experience to a new level
When looking at dealing with customers and ‘customer service’, always consider how you would like to be served and exceeding against expectations is always a good thing.

Key points to establish and maintain good customer service would be:

  • Honesty – a must when dealing with customers, even if the conversation is difficult or the news isn’t good.
  • Deliver – if you say you will do it, do it!  As stated, if you can over deliver, even better.  An old selling technique is called ‘selling the out’ where you deliberately build in a lower level of expectation in the customers mind.
  • Expectation – you need to build trust and managing customer’s expectations is key to developing that trust.
  • Delight – make it easy for them to deal with you and give them a good customer experience by removing barriers and resolving issues.
  • Appreciate – like anyone else, customers like to be appreciated and it helps to build strong commercial relationships.  When dealing with customers, it’s work formalising a ‘thank you’ but don’t allow it to become stale – it needs sincerity.
  • Communication – make sure your customers are kept informed but always be willing to listen to them in regard to ways you could improve your product or service.  More often than not, your customers will let you know if it’s not going well – but they’re less likely to tell you when it was all ‘fine and acceptable’ … in this case, you need to ask and seek their opinions.
  • Good customer service will lead to long term loyalty and underpin any commercial relationship.  Ensure you talk to customers regularly and ask them about their needs or requirements.  Failure to do could potentially see your customer go somewhere else as a result of lacking loyalty.

Dealing with customer complaints
On a slightly more negative note (and we won’t dwell on it but needs mentioning) you will invariably receive customer complaints at some point.  If you do, the objective should always be to turn a negative into a positive.

The one upside is the complaint allows you to address the customer head on – many don’t complain and just go off and find another supplier – and you’ve just lost an opportunity to put things right.

Even if the customer does eventually decide to take their business elsewhere, you can learn from the experience to improve your overall customer service.

The key thing is to listen to, or look at, the complaint carefully and then address the issue professionally. Respond promptly, politely and amicably to any complaint received to ensure you don’t make a bad situation worse.  Try to reach a solution quickly, which suits both parties and, if necessary, be willing to accept liability if the facts show it to be so.  In which case you need to repair the damage quickly and to a level that satisfies the customer.

In the modern world, a lot of people will use social media to complain now.  Many businesses think that ‘deleting’ these complaints is the best way to handle them but the reality is that this generally makes things worse.  Publicly dealing with customers on social media is part of the ‘deal’ if you are using social media for your marketing and the best examples are when issues are addresses openly, with appropriate levels of apology and recompense being publicly issued.  This then portrays a professional, caring business and instils trust in prospective customers.

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Selling more to existing customers
 

Every business needs new customers to exist, but don’t underestimate the value of being able to sell more to existing customers.  Your business will be a success when you can make sales and it is a well-known fact that it is cheaper and more effective to sell to your existing customers than it is to market to new customers.  There is often little cost as you already know who they are and what they need.

Existing customers already know who you are and they trust your business  There is no need to put out large advertising campaigns to attract new customers and then run a follow up campaign.  With existing customers, you can easily and simply start a dialog and see if they are in the market for an upgrade of their current product or service, or if they are looking for something your business can help them with.

When you launch your business you might be able to easily stay in contact with your customers on a one to one basis.  But as you start to grow and gain more customers you will need to look at other ways to stay in contact and let them know how you can benefit their business.  Email marketing, social media and running events are good ways to stay in touch with larger customer bases and allow you to sell more to existing customers.

This is not cynical though.  The aim here is not to bleed your customers pockets dry, the aim is to use this as a way of showing your customers you care about their success by offering services or products that are going to benefit them and not just selling for the sake of selling.

Always approach this as a way to boost your reputation with your customers.  In time and with the correct execution you can increase the chances of these existing customers recommending your product or service to their friends and bring in new business for you.

As always, making sure your service is as good as possible, developing your product, listening to your customer, dealing with issues professionally – all this encourages loyalty and repeat business.  

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Attracting new customers
 

Owning and running a business means you should always be attracting new customers.

New customers mean more revenue and more growth and when you are starting a new business there is nothing more important.  Attracting new customers helps to cover your costs and get you on target to reaching profitability.

Here are some key areas to focus on when you are attracting new customers:

  • Plan – When attracting new customers, planning is key.  Knowing your ideal customer where they spend their time and why your product or service is something they need.
  • Identify your ideal customer – be specific here, we’ve talked about this in previous articles.  The more specific you can be about who will buy your product the better you will be able to attract new customers and allow you to be more cost effective with your efforts.  Identify their age, demographic, average income and most importantly where they spend their time so you can reach them at that point.
  • Following up – as a new business owner you might be a little nervous of following up.  You may think you are being a ‘cheesy salesman’ but this isn’t the case.  You need business and if you’ve identified this person as someone who needs your product or service … so you must create a follow up cycle that will keep them engaged enough until they buy from you.
  • Networking – you will have heard many people tell you that word of mouth is the best form of marketing and it is.  If a friend recommends a product or service to you, the chances are you will be more likely to buy it.  Networking can build your word of mouth marketing efforts by giving you the opportunity to meet others who might be in the market for your product or service.  They might have people in their network who might be interested in buying from you.
  • Design – ‘Packaging’ your product or service into an ‘easy to grasp’ solution is an underrated way of attracting new customers.  Above we spoke about identifying your customers, this is also important that your branding, marketing materials, website and point of sale is  designed for your customers and not you.
  • Outsource – if your efforts following the advice above work at attracting new customers you will be busy working and may end up struggling to continue marketing when you’re busy.  That doesn’t mean this should stop.  For the best results it is advised to hire in extra help from marketing agencies and other companies to ensure your customer base is always growing.  You can easily outsource marketing activity such as copy writing, email marketing and social media posting to keep the noise going.

Whatever your marketing efforts, you should remember that ‘marketing’ will only ever get you to 90% of the sale. You still need to pick up the phone, ask for an order, knock on the door!  If you’re attracting new customers then you’re doing it right – just do more of it!

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High-voltage specialist Smith Brothers secures contract with CHP giant

Monday 30 July 2018

Elland-based high-voltage power contractor Smith Brothers has secured an Independent Connection Provider (ICP) contract with sustainable energy specialist P3P Partners, marking the electrical engineering firm’s first foray into the fast-growing combined heat and power (CHP) market. A leading provider of CHP services, P3P develops energy-efficient centres across the UK and has previously delivered state-of-the-art solutions to such household names as Jaguar Land Rover and Hilton Hotels. Having been appointed by P3P as the ICP for a new CHP facility in North Yorkshire, Smith Brothers will be responsible for delivering an 11kV connection to the local distribution network, handling all contestable elements on behalf of the Distribution Network Operator (DNO), Northern Powergrid (NPg). The scheme of works will comprise the design, installation and commissioning of a 300m 11kV cable route from the Point of Connection (POC) to Point of Supply (POS) and the establishment of a new NPg substation enclosure – including all earthing and civils aspects, plus the development of a Ring Main Unit (RMU) and Metering Unit (MU). Due to landscape constraints, the team will be required to conduct specialist Horizontal Directional Drilling (HDD) for a 120m section of the cable route. Commenting on the partnership, P3P’s project manager Evan Thomson said: “We were introduced to Smith Brothers by a third party and had heard good things about the team’s efficient project management and delivery on similar connection assignments. We’re looking forward to working with the team on this and subsequent schemes.” With construction work on the CHP site due to commence this summer and energisation set for October, plans for future project collaborations between P3P and Smith Brothers are already taking shape. Dave Ogden, commercial director at Smith Brothers, elaborated on the P3P contract: “We’re no strangers to complex renewables assignments, having completed over 50 large-scale connections in the past year alone. But this is our first venture into the CHP arena, so we’re thrilled to be welcoming P3P into our growing client portfolio and working alongside one of the sector’s biggest players.” Headquartered in Elland, West Yorkshire, Smith Brothers is a high-voltage power engineering contractor and accredited ICP, specialising in delivering turnkey network connection packages across an array of sectors – including renewable energy, utilities, industrial and commercial.
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Historic public school revamps digital presence

Friday 27 July 2018

An independent educational establishment based in West Yorkshire has revamped its digital presence as it marks almost 200 years since its construction. Silcoates – situated in Wakefield – provides academic learning to pupils aged between 3 and 18 years of age. But the website required a complete redesign to adequately reflect the forward-thinking approach of the school. Mirfield-based creative agency The Bigger Boat was appointed to provide the digital revamp for the well-established brand. The three-month project involved the design and development of a mobile-optimised Wordpress website – containing stripped back content and eye-catching images of Silcoates’ facilities and pupils – to better appeal to both current and prospective parents of attendees. The structure and accessibility of the site was overhauled, with less hard to find second and third tier navigation removed. Any area of the platform is now visible within 1-2 clicks, further improving the user experience and engagement as a whole. Already, statistics have shown a marked improvement on the previous site’s performance, with engagement quality up by 25% and a significant increase in the number of enquiries. Commenting on the redevelopment, The Bigger Boat’s co-founder and director Andy McCaul said: “The purpose of the new look site was to showcase the amazing facilities at Silcoates, as well as reflect its friendly and inclusive approach. One of the primary objectives of the project was to increase the number of potential customers visiting the school. “To achieve this, we have given the website a clean and contemporary feel, and added clearer calls to action throughout. Silcoates now has a platform which is better positioned to market the school, and is a great basis for further growth and functionality. With complete reporting integration, it will also enable data-driven decision making moving forwards.” Philip Rowe, headmaster at the establishment, added: “We’re thrilled with the new website, which shows Silcoates for the place it is – academic, welcoming, and inclusive.” Founded in 1820, Silcoates is based in Wrenthorpe, Wakefield, and has a wide range of facilities – including an indoor pool and drama studio – to match the variety of the curriculum on offer. In 2017, it was awarded the Yorkshire Society Community Award for raising £58,000 for local charities.
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Businesswoman Completes Trio of 10k Treks for Charity

Monday 23 July 2018

Katrina Cliffe, the Managing Director of Huddersfield-based PR, Marketing and Social Media agency, KC Communications, has successfully completed a trio of 10k runs, and a mini-triathlon to raise money for babyloss charity, Tommy’s. Over the last two months, Katrina has completed three 10k runs in Manchester, Lindley and Leeds, plus a mini triathlon, which has seen Katrina raise over £1,000 in sponsorship for the charity who support research into miscarriage, premature birth and stillbirth. Over the past 14 years, Katrina and her husband John Cliffe, have collectively raised over £10,000 for Tommy’s the baby charity. Katrina commented: "Babyloss is an issue which affects thousands of families every year but is still rarely talked about. Babyloss has a profound physical and mental impact both in the aftermath and many years later which is why I continue to support such a vital organisation. The runs themselves were a huge challenge as I only started training mid-April and the heat during all four events was horrible, but I am proud that with each one my time improved and I finished with a 10k PB”. Even though Katrina has already raised a significant amount for the charity, she has no plans to stop, stepping up her distances to take on the York 10 Mile run in October, and the Leeds half marathon next year. In the meantime, if you would like to add to Katrina’s fundraising efforts, you can do so by texting: KCCC83 AMOUNT to 70070 or visiting www.virginmoneygiving.com/katrinacliffe
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Tech Scale-Up Appoints KC Communications to Support Growth

Monday 16 July 2018

yboo, the mobile app firm, has appointed Huddersfield based agency, KC Communications to handle their PR requirements following a successful pitch to support yboo’s ambitious growth plans. yboo, which stands for ‘you’re better off on’ is a mobile app available on iPhone and Android which monitors consumer mobile phone usage and recommends the best SIM only deals, based on price and signal strength. It also allows users to gain access to exclusive discounts, offers and codes. The app enables UK consumers to save, on average, £156 per year on their mobile phone bill. yboo also provide a second unique product which allows Mobile Operators to understand more about Consumer behaviour via Big Data profiling. KC Communications will be responsible for developing both yboo’s traditional and stunt-PR strategy and implementing it to raise the profile of the money-saving app in both the UK and overseas markets. Commenting on the appointment, KC Communications founder, Katrina Cliffe said, “We’re absolutely delighted to have been appointed by yboo and having the opportunity to demonstrate the extent of our capabilities. yboo is an exciting business and has the potential to be one of the world’s leading apps.’ Martyn Gould founder and CEO of yboo, added, “We’re really pleased to be working with KC Communications to deliver our Consumer and Big Data growth plans in the UK and Internationally. We chose KC due to their proven capability but also due to their positive attitude and values/ambition which align with our own”
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Leach heads up interior rebrand project within Manchester Arena

Wednesday 11 July 2018

Graphic display specialist Leach Impact has just completed an interior rebrand project within the renowned Manchester Arena. Luxury watchmaker Raymond Weil was recently announced as the arena’s ‘official time partner’ and headline sponsor of the venue’s VIP Icons Bar. And the Swiss horologists approached Leach to maximise their exposure within this vibrant space. The result of this two-week project is a striking, media-rich display that pays homage to both brands. Leach’s in-house innovation team designed a bespoke lightbox and guitar case with acrylic face and RGB lights, in celebration of the legends who have played at the venue. Table-top vinyl graphics, cut-vinyl applied to mirrors, and 7 lightboxes with interchangeable fabric graphics, have also been supplied. But by far the stand-out visual is a large-format, seamless and durable 20sqm wallpaper solution – depicting Raymond Weil’s relationship with the Brit Awards – created using Leach’s market-leading Titan product. Commenting on the project, Leach’s Sales Account Manager Dan Deakin elaborated: “This is Raymond Weil’s first in-venue entertainment space, so the pressure to execute this brief perfectly, was high. The watchmaker uses music throughout its entire global marketing strategy and has celebrated collaborations with some of the world’s most notable artists and bands. We were very excited when this project came in. “As a world-renowned family-owned business whose name is synonymous with quality, this client prioritises brand over everything. Leach was therefore chosen as the graphics partner because they knew we could deliver on the standards sought.” The Icons Bar has now been transformed into a lively space on the arena concourse, for gig ticket holders to enjoy. Dan continued: “So many customers approach us interested in how we can create a ‘wow factor’ on their walls. But with Raymond Weil we’ve thought beyond the obvious, maximising use of previously underutilised spaces such as table tops, which are now decorated to look like LPs. “The flexible nature of the lightboxes’ fabric graphics also means that arena staff can change the displays within minutes – updating the look and feel of the area as often as they like.” This is not the first time Leach has collaborated with Raymond Weil – a number of brand graphics designed, printed and installed by the Huddersfield-headquartered visual impact specialists, currently adorn jewellers, concessions and shop-within-shop environments throughout the UK.
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Huddersfield Charity Claims Dragon Boat Race Gold Victory

Monday 09 July 2018

Avalon Mae Social Media Marketing were personally invited by The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust to take part in their #RowingForResearch charity event at The Pugneys Dragon Boat Race on Saturday 7th July as part of the team ‘The Scientists’. The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust is the only UK charity funding medical research specifically into cancer affecting teenagers and young adults. The Trust also funds measures to improve the quality of life for young cancer patients, both during and in the aftermath of their illnesses. The Scientists team included members from other local businesses, students, friends and scientists from The Georgopoulos research group at Huddersfield University who are working on pioneering research which could lead to a new form of cancer treatment free from the harmful side-effects often experienced with treatments such as radiotherapy and Chemotherapy. Avalon Mae are members of The Laura Cranes ‘Fight Club’. A club where companies support the charity through sponsorship, donations, fundraising and more. The day went off to a flying start with The Scientists placing 1st in their first 2 heats. The 3rd heat was one not to be missed as team ‘Chappers Raiders’ capsized on the finished line next to The Scientists and still took 2nd place leaving The Scientists 3rd place in the 3rd heat. There was still a fighting chance for The Scientists as they qualified for the final of the women’s event. After all the heats were complete The Scientists were joint top for fastest women boat so the sweat was on for the final. 6 teams qualified for the final, however, only 2 teams stayed so it was The Scientists rowing for The LCYCT against the Mighty Mac’s rowing for Macmillan! Who would take the trophy and gold medals home? After a team talk and the motto ‘Failure isn’t an option’ The Scientists used their successful method of shouting ‘Lean! Back!’ and paddled like they had never paddled before! It was a very close race all the way through to the last stretch. The Scientists pulled out in front and, as the air horn sounded, a roar came from the boat and they were victorious. The Scientists took home the trophy for The Laura Crane Youth Cancer Trust and each member was awarded their gold medal by Gwen Lowe, Mayor of Kirklees. Well done to everyone who took part in The Dragon Boat Race at Pugneys Country Park for such amazing causes. Special thank you to Gable Events for hosting the event and to members of Chappers Legends, Chappers Raiders and RSPCA Halifax, Huddersfield and Bradford District for becoming members of our boat for the final rounds. We shall be there next year defending our title on Saturday 6th July. See you then! Facebook - @avalonmaesmm Instagram - @avalonmaesmm Twitter - @avalonmaesmm Website - www.avalonmaesmm.co.uk
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Digital Knowledge Exchange offers free Digital Marketing Workshops for Businesses

Thursday 28 June 2018

Digital Knowledge Exchange, the innovative business support programme, is to host two free Digital Breakthrough events this summer to help businesses from across the Leeds city region enhance their digital skills so they can effectively market themselves online. The first one-day event will take place in Wakefield on Thursday 5 July and will help businesses get to grips with content marketing and provide a whole host of tips and tricks on how to use LinkedIn, email marketing and search engine optimisation (SEO) effectively. The second event in Huddersfield on Thursday 2 August will focus on video marketing and production and will cover everything from keywords, tools and techniques to confidence in front of the camera. Each day will include an informative workshop, enlightening digital debriefs on the issues that matter from the programme’s digital experts, feedback on potential business ideas, and the opportunity to network with other business professionals. Nick Cohen of Wakefield-based Time Communication Solutions Ltd has been enrolled on the Digital Knowledge Exchange programme for a few months. He said: “The programme has been really beneficial from a learning perspective, but it has also helped to create new co-working relationships. “I’ve attended several workshops in the last few months and as a result, I have been able to use what I have learnt to improve our website. I’ve created a great deal of new content and have learnt new tricks for creating video that has a real impact. I would recommend the one-day Digital Breakthrough events to anyone who wants to improve how they market their business in the digital age. Of course, the added benefit is that it’s fully funded so all of this specialist knowledge is of no cost to your business.” Beth Hewitt, Project Manager for the Digital Knowledge Exchange said: “Our one-day Digital Breakthrough events are a great way for businesses to take time out of the office to think about their plans for the rest of the year and to learn something new which could have a real impact on their future success. The collaborative approach to the events means attendees can share their ideas with their peers and create great strategies that will make a real difference.” The events form part of the Digital Enterprise business support programme, which helps eligible, growth-focused businesses, based in the Leeds city region, scale up and achieve digital transformation. The programme is partly funded by the European Union (European Regional Development Fund 2014-20), the Leeds City Region Local Enterprise Partnership (LEP) and by the nine local authorities that make up the Leeds City Region: Leeds, Bradford, York, Wakefield, Harrogate, Calderdale, Selby, Kirklees and Craven. Digital Enterprise programme manager, Muz Mumtaz, said: “Digital Enterprise has helped hundreds of SMEs access funding and training so that they can invest in digital technology and use it effectively. Our Digital Breakthrough events are a great way for businesses to get up to speed on the topics that matter – such as how they can embrace digital marketing and use it to drive their businesses towards even greater success.” The One Day Digital Breakthrough Events take place on: • Thursday 5 July from 9.00am until 4.30pm at The Hepworth, Wakefield, WF1 5AW • Thursday 2 August from 9.00am until 4.30pm, at the Briar Court Hotel, Huddersfield, HD3 3NT For more information on these events and to register with the Digital Knowledge Exchange visit https://www.digitalenterprise.co.uk/digital-knowledge/events/ or contact the team on 0113 426 0535 or email kanta@digitalenterprise.co.uk
Posted by KC Communications
Kirklees TV Interview

Saturday 02 June 2018

We recently had the opportunity to be interviewed by Liz Hey from Kirklees TV as part of their series of business programmes. We were delighted to be able to discuss how important using the Objective Management Group sales evaluation and sales candidate assessment tools can help improve sales performance in companies with sales teams. We also had the opportunity to discuss how we use the tools of one of other partners Sales STAR to help develop sales managers into super coaches. Enjoy watching the interview. http://bit.ly/2JlyThB
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Local Businesswoman To Take On Sporting Challenges for Babyloss Charity

Friday 11 May 2018

Huddersfield businesswoman, Katrina Cliffe, is set to take on a series of physical challenges over the next three months to raise money for Tommy’s the baby charity. Katrina, founder and MD of Lindley-based marketing agency KC Communications, will be challenging herself to the Manchester, Leeds and Lindley 10k’s along with a mini triathlon to raise money for Tommy’s. Tommy’s the baby charity raises money to undertake research into miscarriage, stillbirth and premature births helping to save babies lives along with providing support to families experiencing such a traumatic time. Tommy’s have supported a significant number of families and their research has reduced stillbirth by 22% in Greater Manchester. Katrina unknowingly had a condition which led to the loss of her first child, Casey, who was born too soon at 20 weeks in June 2004. With subsequent pregnancies, Katrina was under specialist care which resulted in operations, bedrest and 100s of injections. Research undertaken by Tommy’s identified new treatments which can help to prevent premature birth and due to this Katrina’s eldest daughter Stevie was born healthily at 33 weeks, whereas youngest daughter, Jaime went to full term following further successful research undertaken by the Tommy’s team. Katrina commented: “Losing my son was an absolute shock as there were no warning signs that I might not be able to carry to term. Although I have since gone on to have two healthy daughters, losing Casey had a significant impact on my life and while it has been a driver to success, it has also had affected my mental health. Over the years we have raised almost £10,000 for Tommy’s and I plan to continue this to ensure more babies are born safely and that their families are supported through such a traumatic time. I signed up for these challenges last year and have only recently started training as I did not think I wouldn’t be able to see these challenges through, but I’m back on track, motivated and feeling much better in myself for it. My daughters are proof that the research undertaken is absolutely vital and I’m proud to once again be supporting Tommy’s”. To sponsor Katrina visit https://uk.virginmoneygiving.com/KatrinaCliffe or text KCCC83 £AMOUNT to 70070.
Posted by KC Communications
New Apple IT repair centre opens in Huddersfield

Friday 11 May 2018

Check out our new Huddersfield service centre. Castlegate Huddersfield. This is who we are and this is what we do. HAD-IT Limited & HAD-IT (Huddersfield) Ltd incorporating HAD-COPY and HAD-PRINT Specialise in the Service and Support of Apple Products including Macs, iPads and iPhones etc. Our Apple Certified Engineers offer repairs from a simple Screen Replacement to Hard Drive Issues, Upgrades, Tuition and Training at very competitive prices. We also Supply and Support a full range of State of the Art Technology Colour and Mono Copier/Printers from simple Desktop to Large Format and Feature Rich Multifunction Machines with Full System Document Production all with a variety of Service, Maintenance and Support Contracts. In addition, our Printing Division offers a complete Graphic Design and High-Quality Printing Service to AO Size.
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