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Pelican Picture Framing special offer


Network member Pelican Picture Framing have recently updated their website to include a new online shop.  The site developed in conjunction with Bann Computing includes details of their services, examples of some of their framing, a blog and the online shop.  The shop currently includes art, small ready-made frames, mounts, framing sundries and gifts. Rolf Lawson of Pelican Picture Framing... [READ MORE]

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August Meeting Report

Guest Speaker Bill McCartney was our guest speaker for August.  Bill is an international social media trainer, based in Northern Ireland. He’s been delivering engaging and informative workshops since April 2010, most recently delivering social media training in Dubai this summer.  He is currently re-branding his own business, which is now called Bill McCartney Social Media. Banbridge Businesses Successes on Social Media... [READ MORE]

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Member Focus – Pelican Picture Framing

What is your name and your business name?   Rolf Lawson, Pelican Picture Framing  Where is your business?   Tandragee How long have you been in (this) business?   We started from home in 2006 and moved to our shop in Market Street, Tandragee in January 2009.  As you can see from the black and white photo we were continuing a tradition of framers... [READ MORE]

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Networking Event Coming Soon in October

Following the success of our Speed Networking event in February it has been decided to hold another one in October, this will replace the normal monthly meeting.  Details are still to be confirmed but it is expected to take place on the 23rd October 2014. Keep watching for further details.  

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July Meeting Report

Guest Speaker Lisa Beers of the was our guest speaker for July 2014 and did an excellent job of letting us know just what the Trust actually does in Northern Ireland.  She provided an interesting presentation that grabbed her audience’s attention. The Prince's Trust supports 13 to 30 years old who are unemployed and those struggling at school and at risk... [READ MORE]