Monthly Archives: November 2014

Power Workshop 2nd December 2014

We thought you would like to know that one of our Reputation Advocates Sue Gorrett, Empowered for Growth is running a Strategy workshop on 2 December 2014 The purpose is to create your marketing strategy for successful business growth, lead generation … Continue reading

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Webcam warning from the ICO

https://iconewsblog.wordpress.com/2014/11/20/is-someone-watching-you-right-now-a-warning-as-website-targets-insecure-webcams/

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Data Protection and the use of CCTV

Installers and users of CCTV need to know that the Information Commissioners Office, updated its guidance on the use of CCTV last month. Essentially surveillance cameras must only be used as a necessary and proportionate response to a real and … Continue reading

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Is there a business risk in paying suppliers late?

The simple answer is – yes absolutely! At the risk of teaching you to suck eggs when someone buys goods or services a contract is formed. This is just an agreement between the two parties to the transaction. If one … Continue reading

Posted in Protecting Reputation, What we are being asked about

So where is the risk?

  Well these penalties can be pursued for up to six years. Many businesses are completely unaware of the legislation or suppliers chose to preserve goodwill with their clients by holding back. However if a supplier gains insight or has … Continue reading

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I know there are new food labelling requirements which will be applied in December 2014 but what will it mean for me as a food producer?

The new legislation is the Food Information for Consumers Regulations and will come into force on 13 December 2014. It will change the way allergen information appears on labels and on food that is pre-packed, sold loose or served when … Continue reading

Posted in Sales Risks, What we are being asked about

Which allergens are covered?

eggs milk fish crustaceans (for example crab, lobster, crayfish, shrimp, prawn) molluscs (for example mussels, oysters, squid) peanuts tree nuts (almonds, hazelnuts, walnuts, cashews, pecans, brazils, pistachios, macadamia nuts or Queensland nuts) sesame seeds cereals containing gluten (wheat (such as … Continue reading

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