Please Note: This event has been cancelled. We will announce a new date soon on this blog. Thursday 26th March 15.30 – 18.30, London Marriott Hotel, Maida Vale, London NW6 5RP, £10 Tickets available on Eventbrite. Connecting Businesses is being organised by corporate service provider A&B Corporate Connect and being held in partnership with Scooploop for Business, software development and video production agency Upbeat Productions and stress management experts Living Life Stress Free. Guest speaker John Middleton, CEO of Scooploop, who has worked in digital […]
Company voice This is potentially one of the most important reasons to have a presence on social media – show your companies voice! Your audience want to understand who you are, what you stand for, what you believe in and how you can benefit them. Using social media is key to ensure you get across your businesses tone of voice to your audience. Social media can also benefit you when networking with other businesses, by showing support for other businesses, you can build rapport and […]
We are pleased to announce that we have teamed up with ANNA! The mobile business account that looks after your admin! ANNA, the Absolutely No Nonsense Admin, is perfect for freelancers, startups and small business owners. It’s the perfect app to help you organise and regulate your invoices and tax reminders. Plus, the beauty of ANNA is that you no longer have to deal with a long-winded sign-up process – it takes less than 10 minutes to sign up! Once you’re signed up to ANNA, […]
Scooploop, the social community network that brings neighbours and local businesses together, has thrived on building a community platform for local areas. Some of our Scooploop users have been with us since the beginning and some have only just joined in recent weeks and months. We spoke with some of our most active users from Scooploop – Ray and Charlotte, about their experience of using Scooploop.
The high-street has taken a knock in recent years, and retail in particular, has taken one of the biggest hits yet. Companies going into admission, stores closing down and jobs being cut from some of the largest retail companies in the UK.
If we believe everything we see on the telly or read in books, neighbourhoods’ years ago were warm, welcoming and sociable. People would take food to new families in the street, rally around for towels when a lady went into labour, share expensive tools and would pop in for a cuppa whenever they fancied. Neighbourhoods may have changed over the years but most still have a unique personality. Some streets socialise and others only don’t even know their next-door neighbour’s name. If we are honest, […]