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I want to know what love is

Okay! So yes, this is a title to a song, but! What controls this feeling and what does it have to do with business. You do not go around telling everyone you love them, do you? However, understanding certain aspects will help everyone in their daily lives. I asked the question of many friends and […]

Instant Insight from INSIGHT6 _ Darlington Business Club Member

Do you get frustrated by Customer Feedback?

I love helping local businesses to retain customers, gain new customers and sell more! Did you know? – 91% of consumers trust online reviews as much as personal recommendations– And 90% of people take the time to read online reviews before visiting a business Do you get frustrated by customer feedback? We are offering a […]

Mayor urges local businesses to join airport upgrade work | Darlington Business Club

Mayor urges local businesses to join airport upgrade work

Tees Valley Mayor Ben Houchen is calling on local business bosses to sign up to an event which will outline how they can join the efforts to overhaul Teesside International Airport. The redevelopment of the airport includes new food and drink options, with the creation of new bars, two renovated executive lounges, a coffee shop […]

The team behind Bedford St Coffee, from left, David Beattie, Dave Burton, Tom Keavney, Guy Snead | Darlington Business Club

Tees Valley Business backs almost 900 companies in its first year

Tees Valley Business has helped almost 900 businesses in its first year of operation, which are now on course to create and safeguard more than 900 roles, new figures have revealed. Between its creation in January and December, 886 businesses have been supported by the service, with 686 smaller and coronavirus-responsive grants totalling £3.23million delivered […]

Proposals for Duke Street Darlington | Darlington Business Club

Major steps taken to improve walking & cycling routes for residents across Tees Valley

Major new proposals have been set out to improve walking and cycling for people across the Tees Valley through the implementation of the Local Cycling and Walking Infrastructure Plan. The plan, which is now open for public consultation, sets out a number of infrastructure improvements and investments across the region to make it easier for […]

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