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  • 09 October 2014 10:43 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Latest newsletter below from sponsor IEP Financial

    Introducing our exciting new YouTube channel

    As part of IEP Financials ongoing commitment to providing you with up to date advice and information on your finances, we have great pleasure in unveiling our new IEP Financial YouTube channel. In the first of our "free range finance" series, Managing Director, Ian Poysden, provides tips on managing your money and savings for property investment.

    See the channel here

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    Pensions - You are never too young to take control

    The word “pension” is too closely linked to “pensioner”, and those of us in our 20’s and 30’s still believe this is too far in the distance to be of any concern at present. However, this simply isn’t the case. It is imperative that people in their 20’s and 30’s start laying the foundations of a good savings scheme and pension pot in order to be ready for the day we choose to retire.

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    Proud to be supporting local charity Rockinghorse

    Employees at IEP Financial are proud to be supporting local charity “Rockinghorse” as our company charity for 2014. Below we have an update on the fantastic work that Rockinghorse carry out, and how it is benefiting The Royal Alexandra Hospital in Brighton and The Princess Royal Hospital in Haywards Heath.

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  • 18 September 2014 12:53 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    A HAULAGE and warehousing firm and its ‘young achiever’ are hoping to scoop an Adur and Worthing Business Awards double later this year.

    Sussex Transport, at Lancing Business Park, and employee Sian Panton, have been nominated in the medium business and young achiever categories.

    Over the past year, the business has grown significantly, nearly doubling the amount of staff and increasing its turnover, thanks to some major supplier agreements.

    Managing director Damian Pulford said: “Our aim is complete customer satisfaction – we listen to what our customer wants and then we deliver the service they require.

    “We are investing in new vehicles, staff training and updated computer systems to ensure we can compete in the very busy and ever-changing world of transport and warehousing.

    “We invest in our people and respect their input and ideas - we reward ideas, sales leads and initiative.”

    The firm’s expanding fleet travels the length and breadth of the country – and occasionally overseas – storing and delivering goods from its Lancing base.

    It has delivered to Wembley, Wimbledon, Glastonbury and even Buckingham Palace but also remains keen on helping local businesses with their transport needs.

    HR manager Jenny Guy said: “I am proud to work for Sussex Transport and really think it’s about time the company was recognised in the community for the great work and high standards we provide locally and nationally.”

    Jenny nominated her colleague, Sian, for the young achiever award, after impressing with her knowledge and enthusiasm.

    Sian designed and implemented a new handbook for all current and new members of staff and helping secure a number of awards for the firm.

    Jenny said: “Sian is like a breath of fresh air at Sussex Transport.

    “With a wealth of enthusiasm and knowledge she has put into place procedures and policies which have brought us bang up to date with how to run a modern fleet of lorries and associated staff.

    “Sian joined Sussex Transport 18 months ago and since then has been inspirational in her dedication and commitment – often taking phone calls through the night to ensure a job is completed to clients’ satisfaction.”

    Sian said she was ‘overwhelmed’ to be nominated and added it was pleasing to be recognised by her peers.

    To find out more about the awards, or to nominate a business or individual in any of the categories, visit

  • 18 September 2014 12:15 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Creating investment & development opportunities across the South Coast

    Much has happened over the last few months in Coastal West Sussex and it's been an active summer for business and the economy. In the last edition I reported that the Strategic Economic Plan had been submitted to Government and in July, the Growth Deal was announced which has committed to invest £40m into the Coastal West Sussex area over the 6 year plan period. The projects include investments into flood defence schemes in Shoreham, roads along the Coastal West Sussex corridor and a state of the art engineering facility at Ricardo's in Shoreham.

    Roads and road congestion continue to be a thorn in the side of coastal businesses; over the summer a new campaign got underway to build the case to Government for investment into the A27 across Coastal West Sussex and beyond. For too long businesses have been hampered by congestion along this road causing unreliable journey times and stop start journeys so A27 Action is asking businesses to give their views on the A27 and the impact it has on their company and staff. The case will be presented to Government in the autumn, however it's a competitive process so the stronger our case the better the chance we will have of winning. I urge you therefore to take a minute and complete the questionnaire.

    Looking forward, October will see the exciting launch of a new website that has been designed by young people for young peoples from all across the CWS area to help them make their future career choices - more information will be posted on our website at when it's launched. And finally, for business owners looking for some expert advice and support, a varied programme of events is on offer around the area as well as the opportunity to apply for finance to help increase turnover and profit. To find out more on this, read our article in the Latest News section.

    As well as providing a wealth of information, you can keep up to date with the latest developments across Coastal West Sussex through our website's news and events listings at

    Caroline Wood
    Director, Coastal West Sussex Partnership

    Rolls Royce will be welcomed into Bognor Regis as it expands its operation to create a Technology and Logistics facility on one of four sites collectively known as EnterpriseBognorRegis.

    Coast to Capital Growth Deal will see major investment in Coastal West Sussex over the next six years, with the investment programme focusing on jobs, infrastructure and transport.

    Have your say on the A27: businesses can join the fight for improvements to reduce congestion on the A27.

    Latest report shows seaside towns in Coastal West Sussex achieve a significant growth in the tourist economy.

    Local councillors believe Gatwick Airport expansion could benefit Coastal West Sussex economy.

    Need help to grow your business? Business growth grants and support events available for local business in West Sussex.


    If you would like to share a story about your business, please email

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  • 18 September 2014 12:14 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

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    Welcome to our new monthly newsletter!

    Here we will share the latest industry news and views, as well as upcoming events and information that we think will be important to you.

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    Growth in manufacturing slowest in a year


    GDP figures show Britain’s manufacturing output saw the slowest growth since July 2013, making it 7.4% behind its level at the beginning of 2008.

    The next set of figures will tell whether this is a temporary situation or if manufacturing will soon join other sectors and move into more positive territory.  Being an important component of GDP and the balance of payments, the Government will not want to see manufacturing in the UK decline any further.  There are several things that can be done to aid the sector:

    • Ensure good infrastructure and transport which avoids congestion and market failure.

      The A27 is a vital transport corridor along the South Coast but with ever increasing congestion, improvement is desperately needed if economic potential is to be realised. In answer to this, the group, A27 Action, has been set up by local businesses, council leaders and local Members of Parliament, to persuade Government investment.

    • Provide good education and training for a skilled workforce

    • Avoid excessive regulation which hampers investment and employment

    • Reduce corporation tax rates (we live in hope!)

    • Provide further tax breaks and support to encourage R&D

    Having recently won new contacts in both the UK and overseas markets, we are seeing strong growth at Tenkay and we are optimistic for the sector as a whole.

    As well as receiving large orders from the oil and gas industries (totalling £700,000 to ship in 2014), we have won a further 2-year contract in the electric vehicles market in the UK, and a further 3-year contract manufacturing looms and controls for high-end projectors in the US at an estimated value of $386,000 (£228,000).

    As export has been deemed essential for helping the recovery, we are certainly pleased to be playing our part.

    What this has shown us is that manufacturing growth comes, not just from Governmental support, but from knowing and understanding our customers’ needs – and delivering them.

    At Tenkay, we can take care of the complete manufacturing process for you, from procurement through to delivery, and tailor a bespoke solution that’s right for you.

    Have you decided to subcontract your manufacturing, or perhaps your current supplier is the wrong fit for you? We’d be more than happy to chat through your requirements, so please give us a call today on 01903 855 464.


    The Tenkay Steepdown Challenge


    We are proud to be sponsoring the Tenkay Steepdown Challenge organised by the Lancing Eagles.  This charity fun run of 1 or 5 miles at the Lancing Manor Leisure Centre, will take place on the 19th October to raise much needed funds for the Sussex 4x4 Response .

    We are also sponsoring the entrance fees for members of the Tenkay team who wish to take part.

    There’s still plenty of time to get involved, so if you would like to join in or make a donation, please download and complete the entry form here.












    Tenkay Electronics Ltd
    Unit 2 25 Marlborough Rd
    Lancing Business Park
    West Sussex
    BN15 8TR

    Tel: 01903 855 455
    Fax: 01903 761 942

      Tenkay Electronics Ltd is a company registered in England Registered No. 1925067 Vat No. GB 423 229 771

  • 18 September 2014 12:11 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)
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    Fine Cut provide labelling solutions for all industries. Our wide range of synthetic adhesive materials which are resistant to oil, water and abrasion are perfect for use in the most extreme environments. Combined with variable data and specific rating information, our labels are ideal for product and equipment  labelling.

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    Fine Cut's engraving department houses state of the art laser machinery capable of precision cutting of virtually any material. Optical alignment combined with the latest laser technology allows Fine Cut to offer the most accurate cutting of metals available, perfect for precision components, parts and nameplates.

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  • 18 September 2014 12:09 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

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    Assertiveness 1 day workshop

    The appropriate use of assertive behaviour enables people to deal with work situations and personal contacts in a manner that is productive, yet maintains and improves relationships.

    Our I day interactive workshop will help delegates identify how the correct use of body language and voice control and being able to communicate calmly, can be used to their advantage and will improve their professional image.

    Understand when to use assertive behaviour and when to offer a more flexible approach, manage others expectations and be confident to defend your position.

    The next course will be running Wednesday 22nd October and cost £175.

    Please contact Maxine Green to reserve your place and enrolment on 01903 273101 or at

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    ILM Level 3 in First Line Management

    The ILM Level 3 Certificate in First Line Management aims to give practising or potential first line managers the foundation for their formal development in this role. The qualification does this by developing basic management skills and assisting participants in gaining the basic knowledge required by a manager. This qualification builds on the ILM Level 3 Award in First Line Management, and broadens the skills and knowledge in a flexible and practical way.

    Topics that we cover in the 17 week course are:

    1. Understanding Leadership
    2. Understand how to establish an effective team
    3. Understand how to motivate to improve performance
    4. Contributing to innovation and creativity in the workplace
    5. Understanding Quality Management in the workplace
    6. Understanding Costs and budgets
    7. Solving problems and decision making
    8. Understanding Marketing for managers

    The classes run from 6pm-9pm every Thursday during term time and costs £490.

    This course has very high success rates of over 90% and learners will benefit from working with other students from a wide variety of business sectors.

    This is not an examination based course but there are 8 written assignments-one for each topic and they always relate back to your work experience.

    Please contact Maxine Green for further information on 01903 273101 or at

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    Apprenticeships from just £250!

    Opportunities to develop your employees entire skill-set through an apprenticeship framework.

    Develop your staffs core skills in Maths and English as part of a framework for Health and Social Care. Northbrook are offering apprenticeships for new and existing staff at level 2 or 3 from £250 (19yrs+)!

    For more information, or to enrol, please contact Selina Shields-Bishop on 01903 273718 or at

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    Contact us today to arrange a free, no-pressure, no-obligation visit from one of our professional Business Training Advisers who will work with you to determine the real current training and development requirements of your business, and map out a training solution which fits perfectly within your time and budgetary constraints.

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  • 31 July 2014 4:47 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)
    Waer Systems have an office table - FREE to collector!!
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  • 31 July 2014 10:23 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Time to embrace the success of our businesses

    It’s that time again ......... the 2014 Adur & Worthing Business Awards have been launched!

    More entries are needed this year from the Adur area
    as these awards are for the Adur AND Worthing area. We encourage you to nominate yourselves or another business and celebrate the successful businesses in our area. Support your nomination with testimonials and supporting evidence from customers and suppliers.

    Held at the Worthing Pavilion Theatre on Friday November 14th, this year’s awards ceremony promises to be one of celebration for all involved, as businesses successfully complete their ride on the crest of the economic wave.

    Enter your nomination by 11th August, 2014 and you will be entered into a prize draw to win an ipad donated by JSPC Computer Services Ltd

    If you would like to experience winning an award and the benefits it can have on your business, or if you believe another business deserves this success then log on to and fill in a nomination form online. And remember this year you can only enter 3 categories so choose carefully and submit an entry for each one!!

  • 31 July 2014 10:22 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Teamsport Lancing Karting Grand Prix

    The Teamsport Lancing Karting Grand Prix is back for the final time in 2014. Alverstone Autos are the reigning champions after a superb drive in the last event making them the first name to appear on our lancing GP cup!

    The event will be staged on Monday 8th September at 7.30pm at the usual price of £99 + VAT/team (of up to 4 drivers).  The format will be a 15 minute Practice/Qualifying session followed by a 1 ½ hour flat out race with drivers only stopping for driver changes and penalties.

    Teams can book by E Mailing, these events are usually very popular so book soon to avoid disappointment!

  • 17 July 2014 11:55 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Rodelta Pumps UK Ltd are currently looking to develop some office space to let on short-long term basis with flexible terms. The offices are in a prominent and convenient location on the Business Park, being part of the old Interlink building on the corner of Commerce Way and Marlborough Road.

    The area comprises the following:

    Shared entrance hall
    Office 1 – 420 ft2
    Office 2 – 336 ft2 (There is potential to knock office 1 & 2 together, a doorway will have to be created between offices 1&2, but we can be flexible on where this is located.)
    Office 3 – 126 ft2
    Storage Area/Office/Canteen – 350 ft2

    Private WC facilities
    Potentially Five car parking spaces are negotiable.

    Additional storage areas are available if required.

    We are flexible on how the office can be refurbished and would rather work with a potential tenant to create the right space. If you are interested and would like to find out more details then please contact Chrissie Tatnall on 01273 782240 or