Welcome to the weekly newsletter that acts as a roundup of what’s going on in your local area. Local Events FSB Cornwall Women in Business Conference – “In Confidence” Friday 6 March 2020 from 10.00-5.00pm Falmouth Hotel The Federation of Small Businesses in Cornwall are holding the most major Women in Business conference that the… Continue reading FSB Cornwall Business Bitesize
Technology is laying the foundation for a truly smart home when it comes to security, where will be in the next ten years? Already there are smart meters to track energy usage, smart thermostats to control heating systems, smart doorbells and cameras for home security as well as smart home assistance devices such as Amazon’s… Continue reading Smart lock, smart home, smart living.
Paxton Introduce the Net2 Entry Premium Monitor – Elegant. Intelligent. Secure Paxton, the UK market leader of electronic IP access control and door entry solutions, has announced the launch of the Net2 Entry Premium Monitor, the latest addition to its award winning door entry system. The new interior monitor provides a greater personalised experience together… Continue reading Paxton Introduce the Net2 Entry Premium Monitor – Elegant. Intelligent. Secure
Top 5 DIY SEO tips for locksmiths Posted on 15th April 2018 by Charlotte Website owners use search engine optimisation (SEO) to help search engines find and rank their web pages, so consumers can find them more easily. The majority of Internet searches (80%) is done via Google, as a result most SEO tips you’ll… Continue reading Top 5 DIY SEO tips for locksmiths
Andrew Taylor, 55, of Ondine Road, London, has been sentenced to six years imprisonment after abusing his position of trust to defraud his employer – Guys and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust – of £598,000. The jury unanimously found him guilty of Fraud by Abuse of Position, contrary to sections 1 and 4 of the… Continue reading 6 year sentence for £600,000 locksmith fraudster
Are you specifying the correct closers for metal fire doors? Specifying a door closer for a metal fire door has historically been fairly straightforward; a specifier will look for documentation to see if a door closer is certified and how long it is rated for. However, a recent revision to certification to help improve safety… Continue reading Can’t stand the heat?
The organisers of Lockex 2018 – Security & Fire Safety would like to remind all locksmiths, auto locksmiths, security specialists, fire safety officers, architects, designers, planners, and specifiers that this June’s event at the Ricoh Arena, Coventry is not your ordinary trade show. Therefore, if you were expecting a weekend of irrelevant exhibitors and stands… Continue reading IMPORTANT ANNOUNCEMENT: DO NOT GO TO LOCKEX*
Theft of tools or cargo from vans is all too common an occurrence. It’s not just a matter of replacing the items that have been stolen – van break-ins can leave people unable to work, behind on their schedules, losing contracts and facing higher insurance costs. Vehicle manufacturers are improving security on their latest models,… Continue reading A simple way to enhance vehicle security
We are delighted to announce that Gill Pipkin is our guest speaker for this event. Along with our usual organised networking, Gill will be talking about how using sustainable practises in business can be beneficial to the bottom line and to getting new customers. Being “green” isn’t just for environmental campaigners, it is a real… Continue reading #FSBConnect Cornwall at ExpoWest – Sustainability tips to save you money
This new fleece jacket takes working comfort and good looks on site to a whole new level. It’s advanced workwear made from a stretchable micro fleece fabric with an advanced body-mapping design – just the job for the fast paced professional, who’s always on the go. Warm, light and flexible, the jacket is made from… Continue reading Snickers New Body-Mapping Micro Fleece Jacket