Tag Archive for: copybook news

  • Andy Fields – MD, Copybook We are extremely excited to announce a brand new Copybook experience from the 15th November. Our Managing Director – Andy Fields explains, “Not only are we introducing new designs offering the users and customers a better experience, but we also have several new features being implemented. The largest of these i...

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  • Get Your Business Listed for FREE!
    The Copybook Relaunch Countdown has Begun! On December 1st, Copybook are proud to be able to offer to the world a new interactive platform where you can add your company for free to attract new business worldwide. Take full control of a microsite that supports and reinforces your message to the world. Now you can add, edit and upload your own materials a...

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  • Copybook is Changing the Face of Business!
    We’re giving you a sneak peek at what’s coming from the #CopybookNetwork! Have you ever imagined being able to connect with professionals, executives, businesses, events and associations all in one network? Can you visualise something that saves you money, increases your R.O.I. and secures you more business? Do you want to liaise directly with buyers an...

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  • Christmas Comes to Copybook
    In our last blog we talked about Christmas coming to Exeter, and now Christmas has come to us here at the Copybook offices! It’s the Christmas period and like everyone else we’ve been getting into the festive spirit! This, of course, includes the obligatory Christmas tree, which is standing proudly in the foyer of our corporate headquarters here in Exete...

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  • Christmas Time in Exeter
    Last night, November 20th, was the night of the big Christmas Lights bonanza in Exeter, where our head office is situated. Every year the inhabitants of Exeter and the surrounding area come out in their thousands to see the lights being switched on. The lights hang over the width of the high street, wonderful blue, snowflake-esque structures, with a large...

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