• We Like Its So Much We Bought It
• True Traders completes takeover of Diamond Logistics Norwich.
• True Traders decided to buy Diamond Logistics Norwich after being impressed with the business model and service.
• Diamond Logistics has joined forces with True Traders Ltd.
• True Traders bought a third share in Diamond Logistics Norwich after being impressed with the service.
• True Traders to launch ‘True Parcels’ to utilise their low courier rates and pass onto the public.
Its been a while coming and its a brand new venture for us but at last our Shop is OPEN! Please come along a see our Catalogue showroom at The True Centre, 27-31 Caister Road, Great Yarmouth, NR30 4DA.
We welcome Tom Bezance to the company as our Marketing Director. As the name suggests Tom is the son of company founder Michael Bezance and has decided the time is right to leave behind the London high life in favour of helping to grow the family business.
We also welcome Tyler Reed to the company who joins as a Sales & Marketing Assistant, Tyler has recently graduated from college with a Media qualification.
We look forward to seeing and hearing more from both of them in the near future.
We keep out growing our premises which is not a bad claim in these tough times but hopefully this will be the last move for a few years. We are have taken the plunge and purchased much bigger premises which gives us better office space, a much larger warehouse and a shop.
Why not follow our progress on Facebook and Twitter where we will keep you up to date.
July sees the launch of our latest online store Christmas Christmas. As the title suggests this store will sell Christmas related products such as Christmas Tree Netting, Christmas Tree Netting Machines, Civic & Public Tree Stands, Decorations, Candles and Christmas Lighting to the trade and public. Why not come have a look and be prepared in advance of the Christmas rush ... take a look.
So after some pondering we decided to dip our toe in to the Amazon market place with a selection of our best sellers. If we can be successful in Ebay why not Amazon and the early signs are encouraging. Take a look at what we have to offer ... True Traders at Amazon.co.uk
It's hard to admit that you can't cope but when you are a fledgling business in a resession that can only be good news. So to help us grow Dominic Gilham joined us in February as part of our Sales Team and Elliot Wells joined us in March as part of a government funded scheme helping in the warehouse. Not only a time for new staff members but also promotions as Craig Morris officially becomes the Operations Manager. Well done Craig ... keep up the good work.
Experts are predicting this winter will be just as bad as the last so be prepared. In order to help you we have added a range of winter products to our Premier Barriers shop including essentials such as rock salt, grit bins and snow shovels so there is no excuse not to be ready for the worst.... buy here
and just in time for the launch of our new Christmas Tree Netting shop which offers Christmas Tree Netting, Netting Machines and other real tree necessities to the Trade and Public.... why not take a look
The regional newspaper, Eastern Daily Press, has found our move to Great Yarmouth interesting enough to print an article about us in their ‘Business Supplement’ and feature us in their online news site.
Prosper Online has moved to Great Yarmouth after finally finding new bigger premises to house it's expanding stock and businesses.
The big move took several weeks to organise and 4 days to physically move. The move started at about the same time the snow did but that could not and would not stop it from happening. However thanks to the efforts of staff and management the move had very little impact on the business and the new offices are now fully functional ...despite the snow and ice!
Managing Director Michael Bezance said " This is a positive move for Prosper Online and it's associated businesses. The new premises gives us room to expand even further and places us at the heart of a thriving business community."
The Eastern Daily Press ‘Future 50’ entrepreneurs attended a networking event at the prestigious St Giles Hotel in Norwich. Prosper Online Managing Director Michael Bezance was an attendee and used the opportunity to introduce our new business ‘Norfolk Hosting’ to whoever would listen! Norfolk Hosting will be officially launched in January.
This gathering of the leading business people in the East of England is the first of a series of events to encourage networking and drive forward these expanding businesses. Professor Walter Herriot, who has been a driving force in the ‘Cambridge Phenomenon’ gave a motivational talk and described the East of England businesses as the current powerhouse of the UK by leading the way out of the recession.
The other Director of Prosper Online, Paul Spinks, was also in attendance as a Future 50 businessman. He has interests in several growing companies including Active Technologies, a client of our Norfolk Hosting business.
Prosper Online’s managing director Michael Bezance joined 800 other business leaders from the east of England at Destination Growth 2009 on the 3rd of November.
Destination Growth provides business leaders from the region’s small and medium sized enterprises with practical and innovative approaches to growing their business. Now in its third year, Destination Growth 2009 focused on fresh and up-to-the minute thinking on surviving and thriving in the recession. The event also marked the start of Enterprise Week in the east of England.
Delegates attending the event, held at Duxford, were able to choose from a wide range of workshops, seminars and key note speaker sessions to create a personalised package relevant to their business needs. Michael tailored his day to include workshops on sales and marketing as well as attending key note speeches from Michelle Mone (creator of the Ultimo lingerie brand) and Greg Dyke (former director general of the BBC).
Micheal said: “I thoroughly enjoyed the day and met many like-minded business leaders. The Keynote speech by Michelle Mone was by far the highlight of the day for me. The story of her rise from the tenements of Glasgow to become a top international business leader is inspirational.”