Tips, open days and virtual streaming – a round up of news from our members


TOP TIPS: 121 Business Mike Yates – Motivation and how to move away from an undesired outcome to moving towards a desired outcome, ensure complacency does not set in and think of an attraction like a magnet to reach your goal – if you are too far away from your dream the magnet won’t work. What you need is good solid motivation to move up the track to achieve your success. Are you truly turning up in your business or could you do with a strategy session with Mike and step your business up a gear?

Omnidogs – Open day this Saturday 9am to 1pm at the company’s Hemingford field, come along for some agility and fun with your dogs – branded toys on sale, dog food, collars and leads.

Nova Performance – British Virtual Weightlifting Championships will be live streamed this weekend. Why not tune and also find out about weightlifting opportunities for strength and fitness from beginners to those who are wanting to progress to the next level up.

Simon Clark Social Media – Saturday Social July 10 Live – Five Top Tips to win at Social Media – lots of great free advice from Simon, so make a date in your diaries!

Monument Joinery – has opportunities for new joiners to join the business. Speak to Dan Monument about opportunities with the company.

CBS Waste – as more hot weather approaches this month are you planning to declutter this summer or a major tidy up for your garden? Then speak to Lisa at CBS.

Polar the Web People – have you thought of adding a portal to your website for access to resources for staff or customers? Polar has recently been working on a portal for a male voice choir so that their members can access music.

Presentation – Matt Silsby – M & D Flooring

Matt, 34, lives in Ramsey with his young family. He is one of the longest members of the group – having been a member for almost 10 years. He started working in flooring as a youngster during school holidays. When he left school he went into work with his father and then established M&D Flooring which has gone from strength to strength and now has a shop in the centre of St Ives, opened by the Mayor of the town.

The company works in both domestic and commercial flooring, with a huge range of flooring options, from luxury carpets and tiles, to specialist flooring for dancing in schools, universities and theatres. Flooring has been laid for Anglian Water, Thomas Quinn locally and interesting projects including printed vinyl flooring for film sets. M&D is also a specialist in flooring for care homes and children’s nurseries. Matt shared an impressive array of designs with members and gave details of the comprehensive training he gives his staff to be able to offer the range of options and services available to achieve imaginative and stylish designs.



Compiled by Collette Parker: 2020 Communications