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A bit about House of Flags Ltd…..

House of Flags is run & owned by Ian Simmonds. It is the UK’s leading manufacturer of flags, banners and other display items.

The main factory and head office is based in Kimbolton, employing 60+ staff.

Supplying all types of customers from individuals to the largest multinational corporations.

Ian has been a massive support and donated most of our promotional supplies. Ian also donated promotional flags & banners for the Woodlands Cancer unit extention.

www.flags.co.uk

 

Ryan Jarvis has been a professional photographer since 2009 & is well known & respected in the area. He normally photographs weddings but kindly agreed to take some shots of the circuits classes that we run, which we are very grateful for!

www.ryanjarvisphotography.co.uk

 

Aseptika

 

Aseptika are a local award winning healthcare technology company, who develop integrated health and wellness solutions for individuals or groups of patients with long-term health conditions. This empowers them to self-care and self-monitor their health parameters and to share this data with their healthcare providers if they so wish.  They have worked with us on the BuddyBand Scheme in developing some technology to assist cancer patients in exercising during & after cancer treatment.

www.activ8rlives.com

 

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Forefront Fitness have been instrumental in getting the BuddyBand Scheme project up and running. Marion Foreman and her husband Steve, are both passionate about fitness and have a desire to want to help others to get fit and healthy. Marion became a Personal Trainer several years ago and after Steve was diagnosed with a melanoma, Marion trained in Cancer Rehabilitation. They used Steve’s critical illness cover following his diagnosis to set up 2 gyms.

www.forefrontfitness.co.uk

 

Ace Tech Hi Res Final[1]

Leading Cambridgeshire Sales and Marketing training specialists, Ace Tech Training and Business Development Ltd are very pleased to be supporting the invaluable work of local cancer charity, the Huntingdon Community Cancer Network, by adopting them as their key charity for 2015. Simon Atack, Managing Director said ‘Having experienced first-hand the effects that cancer and its treatment has both on an individual themselves and their families, I was very impressed with the innovative and much needed work that Gini, Judy and the rest of the team are spearheading on a local level to help address the issues. Having learned more about the program and its aims, and based on my own personal experience I am extremely pleased to be able to support such an extremely worthy local cause.’

 

As a business, Ace Tech Training and Business Development are passionate about helping individuals and businesses to grow through high quality vocational training and adoption of the latest supporting technologies. They are a Recognised Training Centre for The Institute of Sales and Marketing Management, representing and delivering their full range of Ofqual accredited qualification courses from Level 1 (for those with little or no sales and marketing knowledge) to Level 6 (Senior Strategic/Director Level) and are also part of the Microsoft Partner Network with staff who are qualified Microsoft Sales Specialists and experts on Customer Relationship Management systems.

 

Lead by Managing Director, Simon Atack, Ace Tech are passionate about really engaging learners with educational content and pride themselves on delivering a high quality training experience that is backed by a wealth of real world business knowledge and focused on delivering genuine results.

 

Ace Tech Training are also highly involved in the local Cambridgeshire business community as active members of The Cambridgeshire Chamber of Commerce, The Federation of Small Businesses, Huntingdon Business Network, Ely Cathedral Business Group and Opportunity Peterborough. Sponsors of the recent 2014 Hunts Post ‘Business in the Community’ award, the 2014 Huntingdon Riverside Gala Festival and involved in local charitable work through organisations such as Huntingdon Round Table, Ace Tech Training are delighted to be supporting HCCN as their key nominated charity for 2015.

For further information about Ace Tech Training please visit www.acetechtraining.com