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  • 20 November 2014 11:43 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)
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  • 20 November 2014 10:57 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

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  • 20 November 2014 10:36 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Police Update

    Since the Police sent the letter to members of Lancing Business Park regarding the parking, numerous vehicles have been recovered and ticketed that have been inconsiderately parked or causing an obstruction.

    Please be aware that the Police and Parking Enforcement Officers are taking action.

  • 20 November 2014 10:28 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Adur Sea of Lights - Saturday 6th December

    Please download and share the new Adur Sea of Lights 2014 poster which helps explain what is occurring on Saturday 6th December. 

    More information can be found on the website

    Can you help Adur Sea of Lights with any of the following items on the day?

    10 Walkie talkies - otherwise they will using mobile phones, with the inherent problems.

    100 Metal stakes - for hanging bunting on and potentially the lights.

    Rope - to help cordon off certain parts of Monks Recreation ground.

    20 Clipboards - required by the Marshals

    40 Hi-Viz vests with our logo on.  Julian at Embroidery Workshop ( has offered to supply and print these for £3.95 (+VAT) each (total £189.60 inc VAT)  Sea of Lights would like to know if there is a business/company would be prepared to pay for these and have their logo printed beneath the ‘Sea of Lights’ as a sponsorship deal.

    Finally - if anyone could spare the time to become a Marshal for the afternoon that would be fantastic.  They would be used for the road closures along the route (stopping cars travelling along the route of the parade and walking on the parade itself).  A full briefing before the event will occur and safety equipment supplied (see above).

    Please contact SOL by email  if you are able help

  • 20 November 2014 9:48 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)
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  • 20 November 2014 9:45 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)
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    Getting serious about Green manufacturing

    Manufacturing plays a strategic role in an organization, especially to improve performance. With rapid changes in technology, customer needs and globalization, manufacturing itself is constantly transforming and evolving. The focus is now on Green manufacturing. Recent volatility in the price of fossil fuels and global awareness about the finite nature of our resources is creating the need for a more sustainable way of how we produce and use. With the heightened focus on climate change, a transformation of mindset and positive action is now happening.

    What is Green manufacturing?

    There are many interpretations of green manufacturing and all convey similar meaning.

    Put simply, it is the method of...

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    Are you looking to subcontract your manufacturing needs? Are you ready for the benefits of green manufacturing? Contact us to find out how we can help you. Call us on 01903 855 464.

    Results are in – Purchasing Managers Index (PMI) data

    The data released on Monday shows a slowing in manufacturing growth over the past few months but, surprisingly, October saw an unexpected rise in activity within the UK’s manufacturing sector, putting the UK ahead of the EU.

    The Eurozone’s September manufacturing PMI figure was revised down to 50.3 – making it seriously close to the 50 point cutoff denoting expansion. The UK’s PMI was expected to drop to 51.4, but it actually rose to 53.2.












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

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  • 13 November 2014 12:46 PM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

    Last month four members from Lancing Business Park spoke to Sir Robert Woodard Academy students about their different careers and career journeys.

    Sir Robert Woodard Academy (SRWA) recently asked if any member from Lancing Business Park would like to come in to the academy to speak to our students regarding their current career and their career journey.  SRWA feel it is important to ask people from the local community as they have a greater understanding of the realities of employment on offer within the area. 

    They were as follows;

    Martin Osmond - Mobility, Martin spoke about the importance of planning and
    preparation and how this applies at an early age, he was able to give clear
    examples of how he had demonstrated this in the past.

    Elaine Smith  - Bennett-Griffin Smith, Elaine spoke about her time at school
    and the route she had taken which had led her to her current career, which
    is a partner in a solicitors practice.  Elaine was very honest about her
    journey and dispelled many myths the students had regarding solicitors.

    Alan Tucker - Core Cleaning, Alan had a planned career but due to an
    accident he had to change his career, he spoke of how he started his own
    business.  Alan showed that with hard work and determination you are able to
    achieve your desired goal.

    Jenny Guy - Sussex Transport,
    Jenny works in HR, she was able to stress to
    the students the importance of what an employer is looking for, she spoke
    about CV's, how to prepare for interviews.  Jenny shared with the students
    the different roles she had prior to her current position.

    All of the people who came in to speak to the students all had one common
    theme and that is, they have all had different careers before working in
    their current roles and all of them said they had wished they had worked
    harder at school. 

    The majority of students plan or speak of one career, they do not realise
    that they may have numerous roles before they eventually work in a specific
    area.  Students also need to take into consideration that the job they may
    eventually end up working in, may not yet be invented. By local employers
    coming in and speaking to the students we hope to raise students awareness
    and expose the realities of what they may have to encounter once they have
    left here.

    SRWA would like to thank everyone who came in and spoke to the students, it
    was a daunting experience for them, in the respect that the talks took place
    first thing in the morning to a group of 30 students whose ages range from
    11 - 18.  Saying this, even though the students may not be interested in any
    of the careers, it gives them an understanding of what is required of them,
    no matter what career path they choose to pursue.

    If anyone would like to share their experiences with the students, SRWA would
    be most grateful for your time, if you are available from 8:50 - 9:10 on a
    Monday, Tuesday or Thursday, please can you contact me

    Kind regards
    Anne Morley
    Careers Mentor

    The Sir Robert Woodard Academy
    Upper Boundstone Lane
    BN15 9QZ

    Phone: 01903 767434 Ext 719
    Direct: 01903 875543
  • 06 November 2014 10:34 AM | Tracie Davey (Administrator)

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    "Free Range Finance" Part 3

    Welcome to part three of our "Free Range Finance"

    It’s important to ensure your legal and financial advisors are trusted, with your best interests at heart. In part three of our “Free Range Finance” series, Managing Director Ian Poysden looks into the diversity and mix of savings to consider for a secure future.

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    Pension Changes

    Pension Changes

    With news of the government’s intentions to scrap the 55% death tax on pension funds, it is now essential to review all your retirement plans to make the right arrangements for you and your families. It is now more important than ever to make sure your pension plans suit your current financial needs.

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    Wills and Investments

    Wills and Investments

    The intestacy rules changed on 1st October this year, making it even more imperative that you make a will and make it clear where you would like your assets to go. If you don’t have a will in place, you don’t really have any control over all of your assets when you die.

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

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    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.

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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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