long and winding road
based Micron Communications is quietly humming The Beatles’ tunes
after a successful 18 month long project at the new Hard Days Night
Hotel in Liverpool. Themed around the history of The Beatles, the
Hotel was officially opened on 1st February. Guests from all over
the world gathered to see how the Grade II listed building has been
transformed and part of this massive transformation involved a state
of the art communication system installed by Yeovil based, Micron.
Mark Parsons from Micron Communications explains:- “It was a
huge achievement for Micron to win the contract for the Hard Days
Night Hotel. We were up against national companies much bigger than
ourselves; to be chosen from such a list was a fantastic result. We
do a huge amount of work in the hospitality sector and Micron stands
out because it can offer a complete solution for both IT and
Telecoms, which saves the hotel operator time as there is only one
point of contact.”
Mike Dewey, general manager, Hard Days Night Hotel said:- “We
have had a smooth relationship with Micron Communications. They have
been professional and have provided the Hard Days Night Hotel with a
state of the art communication system, which will make a big
difference to staff and guests of the hotel.
It has been very exciting to work on such a venture which has
attracted attention from all over the world. We’ve had our fair
share of challenges throughout this project, which was expected with
such a large, old building. There are many areas which are of great
historic value and we were sensitive to this throughout the project.
It is great to see such advanced equipment working so well in such
an old building. We look forward to seeing Hard Days Night Hotel
grow and succeed.”
Chinese Zodiac Love Matches
the Chinese Zodiac, this year is the year of the Rat and any one
born this year will be "Passionate and not afraid to reveal
the depths of their feelings." So as it is New Year
for the Chinese and in the UK very near Valentines Day, check out
our new improved Chinese Zodiac True Love Checker and see what you
and your partner's true colours are!
Let us know if you
think it is correct, or if it is incorrect please do let us know as
well. We would love to get some feed back.
IN 4 BRITONS WANT TO KEEP THEIR SECRET LOVE SECRET
new research, secrecy is still the key to a successful Valentine’s
Day romance. 76% of Britons confessed that they would only
send a Valentine’s card to the subject of their affections if they
knew it would arrive anonymously.
The survey by online greeting card service Greetz who sell real
personalized cards designed online also revealed that 79% of us
would like to receive an anonymous card this Valentine’s Day. In an
age of instant information and indiscretion, the idea of a secret
love is alive and well.
Greetz’s UK Country Manager, Gavin Stirrat, comments:- “It
seems we still enjoy the ‘guess who?’ scenario on Valentine’s Day
because remaining anonymous is all part of the fun. 14 February 2008
is the last refuge of the hopeless romantic.”
The research went on to reveal that despite the array of Valentine’s
gifts and gadgets flooding the market, the majority of Britons (58%)
would prefer to receive a special card from their beloved instead of
a present like chocolates or a teddy bear.
In fact, people in
Britain buy more greeting cards than any other country, with the
average person purchasing 55 cards a year.
Gavin Stirrat continues:- “It’s also interesting to see that
Britons still prefer to send and receive cards rather than gifts on
Valentine’s Day. The virtue of cards purchased online is that they
can be easily personalised for that special someone.”
With Valentine’s Day only a week away, log onto
www.greetz.co.uk to find
your perfect love the perfect card.