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Friday, April 5, 2019

Jamie Brown, of Archant’s Local Impact initiative, says businesses need to understand their website visitors and be able to act quickly when they spot interest

Jamie Brown, of Archant’s Local Impact initiative, explains why all businesses need their own website

Jamie Brown

Jamie Brown, of Archant’s Local Impact initiative, explains how to use social media to your advantage

Jamie Brown

Culture secretary Jeremy Wright explains why local newspapers are so important

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The Bexley Times has again been selected as media partner for the prestigious Bexley Business Excellence Awards.

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Even if you don’t realise it, you have come across display advertising. You have seen it on web pages, in newspapers and in magazines. It’s everywhere, once you start to look, and there are plenty of companies out there who are already doing it well.

How do you build loyalty in your customers, and keep them coming back to you, asks Jamie Brown of Archant’s Local Impact programme.

Jamie Brown

Jamie Brown, of Archant Local Impact, explains how to make your business stand out from the crowd

Jamie Brown

Jamie Brown of Archant Local Impact explains how you can build brand awareness.

Jamie Brown

Jamie Brown of Archant Local Impact explains how you can access help to make your business stand out online.

We talk to hundreds of local business owners every day; we hear their concerns, understand their challenges and share in their successes.

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The council took almost 450 of the borough’s firms to court for failing to pay business rates, figures have revealed.

Bexley Council

Senior editors from across the regional newspaper industry have joined forces to urge MPs to vote against press freedom curbs in the Data Protection Bill today.

House of Commons

A workshop to help businesses make the shortlist for Bexley’s biggest awards will be held on Friday.

Thames Innovation Centre

Bexley’s cabinet reviewed the success of the council’s medium term financial strategy and continuing economic challenges at a meeting on January 29.

Teachers have kick-started Buster’s Book Club with a bang this year, as more schools sign up to the successful reading reward scheme.

Medway

Around 400 Bexley residents, including Mayor Peter Reader, gathered at Townley Grammar School on Saturday (January 27) to celebrate Indian Republic Day.

Peter Reader

Police in Bexley are appealing for the public’s help to find a missing 15-year-old boy from Erith.

Nike

Sidcup resident Nicolas Clerc was honoured as the winner of a prestigious drinks industry award on Monday (January 22), from the Wine & Spirits Education Trust (WSET), the world’s largest provider of wine and spirits qualifications.

United Kingdom

Around 60 volunteers helped the council to plant a further 1,200 young trees at Danson Park, Welling, on Saturday, January 27.

Peter Craske

A Bexley waste crew received a prestigious award on Wednesday (January 24), at Serco’s Global Pulse Awards in Wales.

Peter Craske

A 51-year-old male has been arrested in Bromley in connection with a series of sexual assaults which have taken place across five different South London boroughs.

London police

Resurfacing work on Gravel Hill and its junctions with Albion Road, Broadway and Walting Street will begin this evening, and will last, weather permitting, for approximately 16 nights.

Transport for London

Four fire engines and 21 firefighters and officers were called to a house fire in Belvedere Road, Bexleyheath.

Metropolitan Police Service

Police have launched a homicide and major crime investigation to find a missing Bexley man.

Homicide and Major Crime Command

A boy from Bexley has been announced as a winner of the ‘#ShardLights’ photography competition, which took place throughout December.

United Kingdom

The Bexley Business Excellence Awards launched last night, with chances for local companies to enter themselves for one of the prestigious categories.

Construction giant Carillion has said it has “no choice but to take steps to enter into compulsory liquidation with immediate effect” after talks failed to find another way to deal with the company’s debts.

Mick Cash

A major new care home is being built in Sidcup to cater for 80 older people.

A talented hairdresser has finally seen her dream come true after opening her own salon.

The former shop was demolished earlier this year

The restaurant reopened last week

It is expected to open early next year

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