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1) VIEW OUR EASY TO USE ONLINE TROPHY CATALOGUE.

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Thank you for viewing our website. We are an award winning family owned trophy & engraving business. Our website allows you to choose and compere various trophies and medals from our online catalogue. Our ebay store is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Click on the link via the front page. We pride ourselves on our customer service and will always do our best to provide the exact trophies and engraving to suit your requirements. All our trophies can be supplied to us on a Wednesday, (every single week) which allows us to provide a very quick turn around if you have left it to the last minute. Our in house engraving team will start work on them as soon as they arrive.
– Looking to buy Trophies for a Sport or Club?
We have a huge selection of trophies, medals, shields and Crystal Awards to suit every sport, activity and corporate event. We have Football trophies, Golf trophies, Darts trophies, Rugby trophies, Pool & Snooker trophies, Cricket trophies, Sports Day Medals. Almost any sport you can think of, we can supply an Trophy or Medal for it.
– Looking to buy Corporate Awards for a Presentation, Event or Gala?
Our Corporate Awards are very popular. We have sent them all over the UK, Europe, America and beyond. We can supply Glass, Crystal and Silver Awards for any event. We do not have a limit on budget or quantities. We can engrave your company or club logo directly onto the award and engrave your desired wording underneath. All of our Corporate Awards can be supplied in a presentation box to complete the significance of the occasion.
If you have any questions or require further help please get in contact via email, phone, social media or visiting our Selby town center office. 
  Trophy Blog #94 ~ Earlier this month, the government announced a number of new ideas to help businesses in the Queen’s Speech. New proposals are being put into place to make it easier for small businesses to access finance and remove red tape and paperwork. Zero hour contracts and national minimum wage abusers are also being tackled to help those in employment. Recently a list of fifteen companies was published to say who had been under paying their staff. Hopefully the embarrassment will make them play by the rules. Less money in their staff pockets means less money in the economy. The new employment bill will put forward proposals to give small business owners fairer access to compete for £230bn worth of yearly public contracts. Larger companies have marketing departments who’s sole purpose is to win these contracts. Smaller business having a level playing field will increase the fairness all round. The new laws will also include new measures to ensure larger companies pay small business owners promptly for work they do for them. This helps vital cash flow. Having money in the bank keeps businesses alive. The Prime Minister quoted before the speech: “Countries rise when their people rise. So this Queen’s Speech is unashamedly pro-work, pro-business and pro-aspiration.” The measures are designed to increase the economic positives we have seen recently. At the moment, growing businesses like ourselves rely on cash flow. We rely on customers paying on time to pay our own wages, staff wages and their never ending bills. The normal 30 day period sometimes gets abused by larger companies, and some smaller companies dare not complain in case they loose future work. 
  Trophy Blog #93 ~ We have lots of activity and noise coming from Selby town center at the moment, and this can only be a good thing for Selby’s shoppers and visitors. From my office desk I can hear all sorts of machines creating new and improved selling space. Lots of work has taken place at the new leisure center site on Scott Road with the main carcass of the building now in place. The YMCA charity shop has had a nice new sign put up and Selby Hands of Hope will be taking over the Kelly Designs building on Brook Street. We have worked with Selby’ Hands of Hope’s Wendy and Richard on a number of projects in the past and we wish them all the best with the continued work they do for the people of Selby and the surrounding area. The old Jack Fultons freezer store on Market Cross has been completely stripped back lots of different tradesmen are inside creating the new and bigger store. The poster outside says that it will Savers taking over the unit. I presume the current Savers store near Wilkinsons, will be transferring over to the new location once the work is completed. Once Savers has relocated, this opens up three empty shops next to Peacocks on Abbey Walk. These units could be knocked into one larger unit, with a number of retailers being linked to the larger space. A lot of discussions have taken place online recently as to who the local shoppers would like to come and trade in Selby. Famous high street retailers such as Marks and Spenser and Poundland have been getting the most mentions. If I hear of any news, I’ll mention it in future columns.
   

The football world cup is only a days away, and a poll has been produced about the worries business owners have while it is taking place. 1 in 4 senior managers and directors are concerned about the drop in productivity during the tournament. The competition is taking place in Brazil this year, and due to the time difference, many of the games will be shown on TV late at night in the UK. Some fans may be tempted to celebrate (hopefully!) long into the night and have to ring into work the next day. Another headache for business owners and managers is the recent news that the licensing laws for England games will be relaxed to allow pubs to stay open later than usual. Half of bosses expect to receive extra requests for annual leave while still trying to accommodate staff who wish to take their kids away in the school holidays. The results also found that 57% would be willing to accommodate flexible working hours or shift changes to allow staff to watch games. Another option could be letting staff work from home one day a week. While these are the negatives, I should also mention the positives. Just imagine if England went a long way into the tournament? The whole event can be used to award small perks in the workplace. Having a staff sweepstake on the winner or top goal scorer adds some fun to the event. These can greatly increase morale and job satisfaction. Completing projects early could mean staff leaving early on match day, or arriving late the next day. Another idea could be introducing a TV or Radio to the canteen or reception area as a way to create a better working environment.