An Exeter business has made huge amounts of money from the Pokmon Go phenomenon.
It is now possible to take a virtual trip to the Exeter of Roman times.
Exeter Snooker Club (ESB) has been purchased by Gavin Collett.
The building housing Exeters Urban Burger is for sale and its price has just been cut, making it a lucrative deal for potential buyers.
Many businesses produce email newsletters to keep their customers up to date with the latest news about the company, but have you considered following this up with a printed newsletter?
The Devon Wildlife Trust (DWT) is helping Exeters children to discover the great outdoors.
No sooner does summer end than thoughts turn to Christmas. A traditional way for an Exeter business to thank their customers and suppliers is to send them a corporate Christmas card.
The INSPIRE strategy is to be discussed at Exeters Like Minds Business Breakfast.
Though the digital world is important for marketing, printed materials are remain as vital a part of promoting business as ever.
A new venue is opening in Exeter, offering a night of music from the 1990s.
Although we live in a digital age, this does not mean companies should abandon traditional ways of marketing their business. Leaflets and flyers can be valuable tools to promote your Exeter business, working in conjunction with online marketing.
The Exeter office of the Association of Accounting Technicians (AAT) has recently won an award.
The Devon city of Exeter is a vibrant centre for people who like to explore, while also being somewhere thats easy on the eye. Not surprisingly, photographers appreciate the aesthetics of the cobbled streets and the Gothic cathedral. Further, visitors with an interest in history are often excited by evidence dating from medieval and Roman times.
Jesse Wilson and Tom Jordan, graduates from the University of Exeter, have got backing for a peach flavoured lager.
Exeter is one of those special places that will always attract plenty of tourists. With plenty to see and do, even the pickiest of visitor will not fail to be impressed by the Gothic cathedral, while the cobbled streets are a quaint offering. Those interested in architecture will appreciate the buildings dating from the medieval and Georgian periods.
Plans for Exeters Lockdown Festival have progressed with the confirmation of a headline act.
The cathedral city of Exeter is a wonderful tourist destination. Budget city breaks to the capital of Devon are great for people who need to relax, with the coast nearby and ample green space surrounding the city.
Business leaders in south west England are co-operating to set up a forum for growth.
Exeter companies work in different economic sectors, but they often gain a competitive edge from their location. After all, the cathedral city of Exeter has presided over Devon in administrative and spiritual terms for centuries. This rich heritage has ensured that institutions in the city have a healthy confidence.
Residents of Devon are being asked for their views and opinions on the Greater Exeter Strategic Plan (GESP), an initiative that looks at the future of the area and issues that need to be addressed.
The cathedral city of Exeter is a great place for tourists, with something to offer people of all ages. Someone could be visiting the Devon city for its distinctive culture, or they may be after a family holiday to remember. Either way, theyre unlikely to be disappointed.
Walter Wall Flooring in Exeter has moved from Polsoe Road as its owner makes a fresh start.
As one of Devons main cities, Exeter attracts a considerable number of visitors each year. Many tourists are drawn to the place, while the surrounding countryside is known for its pleasant green fields. Holidays and short breaks in the region are both deservedly popular. Within Exeter, the cathedral is a major landmark. Dating from the Norman period, Exeter Cathedral still has a commanding presence.
Nearly 19,000 was collected in response to the fire at Devons Royal Clarence Hotel.
Christmas in Exeter is really special. Its a time when the retail significance of the city comes into its own. Visitors have a great experience in the festive season, while an abundance of local businesses make the most of these opportunities available.