With over 14 years professional graphic design experience, PAW Design are used to working alongside recognised brands to independent specialist service providers, delivering bespoke design for print, branding identities and web solutions.
Headed up by owner Rob Fryer, he ensures the highest of standards and professionalism are always met to meet your requirements.
M: 07813 676956
T: 01256 863267
365 Training Consultants provide Office 365 customised training and consultancy. The team are specialists in SharePoint implementation and developing workflows to manage documents and drawings to meet industry requirements for data management.
365 Training Consultants will train and coach your users, empowering them to explore the benefits of Office 365. They also deliver training and consultancy in Asta PowerProject and Bluebeam and have experience with Microsoft Dynamics.
M: 07581 127091
T: 01483 365250
"Can-do in a world of Can't-doers" Engineering specialists who provide expertise in the process plant industry and other disciplines.
Established in 2003, Ryland Research has worked with manufacturers in UK, US, Qatar, China, Turkey, West Indies and other countries throughout the world. Apart from process plants, the team have multidisciplinary skills, particularly with turning ideas into workable prototypes and finished products.
T: 01420 732237
Home automation and electrical specialists, providing integrated services and lifestyle enhancing products across greater London and the South.
Specialising in Home Automation HSG helps their customers in designing and developing a home that works around them. Scott Duffield and his team's electrical qualifications and background mean that they also possess the technical skills to make your home innovation a reality.
T: 01420 446 105
.We specialise in the design of innovative and engaging eLearning, as well as consulting for business on LMS selection and implementation.
With over 10 years of design and LMS experience, here at Noodle we have worked in a huge variety of business sectors, from Financial Services to Retail and Non-Profit.
We pride ourselves in getting you the design you want quickly and to an incredibly high standard. All our design is driven with behavioural change in mind, helping businesses utilise e-learning to truly supplement their current training.
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- Community development support for local not-for-profit organisations
- Training at competitive rates for individuals, non-profits, and businesses
- Connecting volunteers to local opportunities, and employee volunteering schemes
- Youth work including The Whitehill & Bordon Youth Project, Street Safe, and Positive Changes
Something Scrumptious is a small, but growing, soft furnishing company based in Hampshire. We can supply fabric, we're happy to use your own or we can do alterations. Small budgets a speciality!
I have access to a vast range of fabric ranging from plain cotton weaves to technical fabrics that are fade resistant or suitable for marine use.
Abigail Marsh is a designer-maker and silversmith with a first-class degree in BA (Hons) Jewellery at the University for the Creative Arts, Farnham and a member of the Institute of Professional Goldsmiths.
With the main focus of the specialist craft of silversmithing, Abigail’s unique and one-off pieces celebrate the material, silver. Using traditional methods of making in a contemporary way Abigail’s work celebrates the real craftsmanship of silversmithing and the skill of the maker’s hand to its best.
It was at university where Abigail’s passion for hand raising was discovered. Abigail found the process of growing a piece from a sheet of metal to be breath-taking. This method of making has gone on to inform many of Abigail’s designs and pieces. Her exploration and variation of this skill have allowed her to push the boundaries of the material, testing its limits, and to create new and exciting ideas for contemporary silverware.
“It takes time, patience and focus to create a beautiful piece by hand raising. A single hammer blow can change the whole piece for better or for worse." Abigail Marsh