BUSINESS: A family-run firm that has been in business since 1950 is hoping to attract new orders with the launch of an interactive website.
JCRPOS is a point-of-purchase design and manufacturing company that works for high- profile clients that own many well-known high street brands.
Being part of the J and CR Wood firm, in Clough Road, Hull, the company has seen steady growth in recent years and has a strong order book. Director Ian Wood said he now hopes the launch of the new website will attract additional clients from across the UK and overseas.
He said: "The new website has just gone live, and we will be monitoring the feedback to see how it drives enquiries. We have had a lot of input into the design and feel of the website, and we feel it really reflects our company, as it's fresh, energetic, direct, and creative.
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"We are confident the website will help us sell the talents of our creative and skilled team to big-name brands."
The website, designed by Arrival Design, includes an interactive gallery section that showcases some of their designs.
For more information, visit www.jcrpos.co.uk
BUSINESS: For the first time businesses are being offered interactive support with their tax affairs by HM Revenue & Customs (HMRC).
A week-long Twitter Q&A session will give SMEs and those considering setting up a business the opportunity to ask tax-related questions.
HMRC will be on hand to offer help and support on a wide range of issues, including keeping records, VAT registration, National Insurance, starting up a limited company and PAYE Real Time Information.
The Starting In Business week will take place from next Monday to Friday. To take part or ask a question, follow @HMRCgovuk on Twitter and use hashtag #biztaxhelp.
For further information about starting up a business, visit www.gov.uk/browse/business