New Website For The Lost Words Dorset
We've been enthusiastic supporters of #TheLostWords project to present all Dorset primary and first schools with copies of The Lost Words, and now we have built a completely new website for the project.
Published on: 28th January 2012
Yesterday I attended the launch of Rural-Net, the phoenix that has sprung from the ashes of Business Link in Dorset.
The event was hosted at Kingston Maurward and was attended by 200 Dorset Businesses from all over the county.
"Rural-Net enables you to get together with others to exchange ideas and experience in a warm and friendly environment, hear from business experts and increase your business success and ultimately your bottom line." www.rural-net.co.uk
There are 6 groups across the county that members can attend. Being on the cusp of Dorchester's Hardy Club and the Marshwood Vale's Marshwood Club I can see myself attending both of them.
I wish them well and look forward to seeing the developments over the course of this new year.
We're delighted to introduce our two new team members who are joining Alacrify this month. Lesley Smith is Alacrify's new Personal Assistant, and Lynne Pattison joins as a Project Assistant.
Green Union has been a client of Alacrify for many years now and this website was a kind of third generation build. We built the original website a few years back and it’s had some updates made to it over the years but this time the new owner wanted to put her own stamp on things and create something fresh and new.
This post will deliver administrative support to the business and help to increase the quality of communication between the business and our clients. It will also provide extra resource to help with content development and social media work and improve the pro-active support that is offered to our clients.