Small businesses are the lifeblood of the UK economy, with 60% of workers in the UK employed by a SME (small to medium sized enterprise). Many of these businesses exist to serve a particular area in the UK. They could be anything from an independent cafe in a town centre to a law firm that works with clients in the same city.
A woman from Bristol has received a letter sent to her nearly 25 years ago. Sally Waters, who still lives in the same house in St Andrew's, said the letter was dated 27 August 1991 and contained a receipt for a deposit from the Cliffden Hotel in Teignmouth. The sealed envelope came in a plastic bag with a sticker which said "we're sorry this item has been delayed in the post". Royal Mail was unable to say for certain why the letter arrived so late. A spokesman said it had probably been put back into the postal system by someone, rather than being "lost in the post". Ms Waters said she was not upset at the late delivery as it did not stop her going on the holiday she was planning for, in 1992. She wondered if the letter "fell behind a shelf and got mislaid" and said she was "quite amused" by the matter. "Somebody said I ought to frame it," she added. If you've been let down by your postal provider with late delivery give us a call and see how we can help reach your customers on time. Call 08450 603050 Source: bbc.co.uk
Wishing all our clients, staff, friends and family a very Merry Christmas and a Happy New Year. At this time of year we look back at the highs and the lows, the good with the bad. The quick turn-arounds, the deadlines made and missed, the proofs sent, artwork amended, the favours done and jobs and campaigns delivered to happy clients with the odd sprinkling of problems resolved. We wanted to take this opportunity to thank everyone for their continued support and hard work to deliver some incredible work for some great clients.
We are pleased to announce that we are finalists in two categories of the 2015 Plymouth Herald Business Awards being held at Plymouth Pavilions on Thursday 23rd April 2015. Steve Whitford Chairman at Pepper is a finalist for the Lifetime Achievement Award alongside Bill Alderman, David King, Dr Suzanne Sparrow and Larry Speare.
If your mailing list isn’t current you could face some embarrassing implications to your marketing campaign not to mention loss of investment. How do you expect to get your predicted response rates if you don’t check your data regularly? With seven thousand people moving home each day it’s easy to see how your carefully prepared material can end up in the wrong hands and straight into the recycling.
Please can you thank the team for the great effort in turning around the urgent Islington mail pack which went out today - fantastic effort from all- it was a tall order.