We’re a fairly sporting lot at Be Bold.
Whether it be chasing around the Shropshire countryside on bikes, running long-distance events, coaching junior football clubs or playing competitive table tennis, we like to get involved.
We have the radio and the television on constantly in our office and multiple online feeds coming straight to our screens.
It’s one of the reasons we’re so agile in our responses for clients, we’re on top of the news agenda and ready to react.
The 2019 campaign for International Women’s Day is #BalanceforBetter – a focus on gender balance to achieve a better world for all.
It’s fair to say that the modern apprenticeship system has not always had a great press.
Lots of middle-aged men wearing overalls in dirty factories welding bits of metal together and talking about last night’s football?
We’re biased, of course, but we think Shropshire is the best place in the world.
Sometimes, in business, you just need a helping hand.
The pace of change of modern society can be so overwhelming it’s tempting to think there is nothing any of us can do to keep up.
And the smaller your business is, the more daunting the challenge to carve yourself a successful marketplace can seem.
Step forward online retailing behemoth eBay.
There are rules in every workplace. Of course they vary depending on the nature of the job, but there are always many of them. However, that could be changing…
The future of business is in excellent hands if the evidence of this week’s Young Enterprise Shropshire Awards are an indicator. We were delighted to sponsor a category again this year, which gave me the chance to see what the young people from schools across the county had been doing to put business theory into … Read more
Just occasionally you come across someone with a special, undeniable talent and when you can do something to help them on their way, you don’t think twice.
That’s how we felt when we met Storm Stacey. Storm is a 14-year-old motorcyle racing prodigy with a massive future in front of him.