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  • . Opened in 1971, The Chip, as it's affectionately known, led the way in Glasgow in headlining Scotland's quality fresh produce at the heart of its contemporary, upmarket dining experience.
  • . Drinking If you tire of the trendier pre-club bars in the city centre and its buzzing Merchant City, set out for the East End or the Saltmarket district near the Clyde, where the local spit-and-sawdust establishments offer a welcome change.
  • . However, with the renovated, upmarket Merchant City immediately to the east and the main business and commercial areas to the west, the centre, when the term is used, actually refers to a large swathe from Charing Cross and the M8 in the west through to Glasgow Green in the rundown East End.
  • . Behind this lies one of the greatest marketing successes of the 1980s, the Merchant City, an area which blends magnificent Victorian architecture with yuppie conversions.
  • . Three hundred yards down either London Road or Gallowgate is The Barras , Glasgow's largest and most popular weekend market (Sat & Sun 9am-5pm).



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  • . At a national level, it gives a boost to industries including marketing, advertising and plant hire.
  • . We are growing organically, using events management and marketing experience.
  • . "I want to keep growing the company, and we are doing more concerts than ever, but the market in Scotland is still really quite small." Ellis took over as managing director of the business in 1994.



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  • . On the proliferation of retail goods and the poverty of government services: "The line which divides our area of wealth from our area of poverty is roughly that which divides privately produced and marketed goods and services from publicly rendered services.
  • . He returned to the theme of the crash of 1929 in a January 1987 Atlantic Monthly article that correctly predicted that year's market plunge by citing the parallels of the two eras.
  • . Recently it was discovered that USB sticks full of US military secrets were being sold on market stalls in Afghanistan.
  • . ///// The Sunday Times - Business The Sunday Times April 30, 2006 City’s richest man to sell third of his firm in £800m listing Mark Kleinman PETER CRUDDAS, the son of a meat-market porter who founded the online trading firm CMC Markets, is to cement his reputation as the City’s richest man by unveiling plans for a stock-market flotation that will value his company at more than £800m.
  • . The company already has operations in Australia, China, Germany and America, and Cruddas wants to take the business to more markets, including Canada and Japan.



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  • . Who: Projects are suitable for developments at least 3 years away from market.
  • . Who: All companies Where: VisitScotland Challenge Fund What: Collaborative group marketing projects that attract more visitors to Scotland.
  • . Marketing Praduate Placement Scheme What: Marketing graduate placement scheme (50% of cost subsidy).
  • . Typical project expenditure may include preparation of business plan, marketing plan, feasibility studies and tangible expenditure which results in the business improving its competitive position.
  • . Where: Dundee Council Market Development Grant What: Financial assistance to companies in the Perth and Kinross Council area wishing to attend UK or overseas trade shows or exhibitions to develop their customer base.

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  • . From: Serials eNews Technology makes marketing too intrusive, say marketers While technology has made marketing in general more effective, concerns have been raised by marketing professionals about its perception as being intrusive by customers, according to a report published by The Chartered Institute of Marketing.
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  • . WILLOW BROOK, WALKMILL DRIVE, MARKET DRAYTON, SHROPSHIRE, TF9 1EL Registered No.
  • . LODGE HILL, HATTON ROAD, HINSTOCK, MARKET DRAYTON, SALOP, TF9 2TX Registered No.
  • . 5 FROGMORE ROAD, MARKET DRAYTON, SHROPSHIRETF9 3AX Registered No.
  • . MARKET HALL, CHURCH STREET, GORT CO GALWAY Registered No.
  • . WELLAND HOUSE, THE SQUARE, MARKET HARBOROUGH, HARBOROUGH LEICS LE167PD Registered No.
  • . UNIT 1 75 SAINT MARYS ROAD, MARKET HARBOROUGH, LEICESTERSHIRE, LE16 7DT Registered No.
  • . WELLAND HOUSE, THE SQUARE, MARKET HARBOROUGH, LEICS, LE16 7PD Registered No.
  • . UNIT 75, SAINT MARYS ROAD, MARKET HARBOROUGH, LEICESTERSHIRE, LE16 7DT Registered No.
  • . UNIT 1, 75 SAINT MARYS ROAD, MARKET HARBOROUGH, LEICESTERSHIRE, LE16 7DT Registered No.
  • . UNIT G3 VALLEY WAY, WELLAND BUSINESS PARK, MARKET HARBOROUGH, LEICESTERSHIRE, LE16 7PS Registered No.
  • . UNIT 10, SUTTON COURT, BATH, STREET, MARKET HARBOROUGH, LEICS, LE16 9EQ Registered No.
  • . MARKET HOUSE, MARKET SQUARE, AYLESBURY, BUCKS, HP20 1TN Registered No.


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  • . Record companies can invest huge amounts of money in the marketing of records (except ours), but very little in the making of records.
  • . This discourages artists who actually care about the records, and the public gets increasingly uninterested in generic product which is nothing more than its marketing campaign - hence the shrinking market in the UK where the entire currency of music has been devalued, or the ridiculous state of affairs in America where an artist lives or dies by video, which is a peripheral medium at best.




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