Features in: November, 2012

Lisa Shepherd goes GLAM

Lisa Shepherd goes GLAM

A Midlands based business woman with more than 20 years of experience as a precision colour artist in the hairdressing industry was the guest of honour at the Girls Lunch and Meeting (GLAM) event organised by QualitySolicitors Talbots and Natwest. Lisa Shepherd, owner of salons in Birmingham, Kidderminster, Wombourne and London, joined the ‘ladies who […]

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KORG iPolysix for iPad

KORG iPolysix for iPad

The new “KORG iPolysix” polyphonic synth studio for the iPad mini! iPolysix is an analog polyphonic synthesizer that’s been carefully designed to take full advantage of the 7.9-inch display of the new iPad mini as well as the iPad. Bringing together a sequencer, drum machine, and even a mixer, it transforms your iPad or iPad […]

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Myconian Ambassador – the finest hotel in Mykonos

Myconian Ambassador – the finest hotel in Mykonos

Summer 2012 was a busy time so we didn’t venture very far. What with the Olympics in London it just didn’t leave much time for travel. However as the season drew to a close it was the charming and idyllic Greek Island of Mykonos that grabbed our attention. We set off for Gatwick via National […]

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Clusta, leading the way in Birmingham’s digital revolution

Clusta, leading the way in Birmingham’s digital revolution

The Birmingham Gazette is on a mission to seek out the finest local businesses making a big difference both to our glorious city and to some of the most exciting brands around. We were delighted to catch up with Clusta, an interactive ideas agency with a passion for crafting engaging, functional and rich digital content […]

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Kilimanjaro climb raises over £25,000 for Brain Tumour UK

Kilimanjaro climb raises over £25,000 for Brain Tumour UK

Enthusiastic supporters of Brain Tumour UK have raised more than £25,000 for the charity after completing a 6,000m climb to the top of Mount Kilimanjaro. Having battled fatigue and a number of minor accidents en route, the nine friends from Solihull (left to right) Roy O’Grady, Ellie Burchell, Judy Foote, Tracey Dunn, Mark Pikering, Carol […]

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