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Katie Brook

Katie Brook

Marketing Executive

Katie started at BCR in May 2015 as part of the BCR Associates marketing team. Katie has worked as a professional services marketeer at Flybe Aviation Services and Everys Solicitors. Having studied her Chartered Institute of Marketing Diploma, Katie is responsible for the Marketing strategy for the business and specialises in digital marketing across the BCR Associates network.

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BCR Associates Sponsor North Devon Manufacturing Association Awards

Date 05 Jun 2017 By Katie Brook in Category Events,

BCR Associates were pleased to join nearly 200 stakeholders of North Devon’s manufacturing industry, who assembled at the Barnstaple Hotel on the evening of Thursday 18th May for the annual NDMA Awards ceremony.

The purpose of the event was to recognise the achievements of local manufacturers as well as the next generation of engineers & designers from North Devon's education establishments.

A total of 8 schools awards were presented by Richard Dormer, Owner and Managing Director of...

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5 reasons why you should install a water data logger

Date 31 May 2017 By Katie Brook in Category Water,

The water market opened on 1st April 2017 and industry experts predict that the market may be quite unstable for some time.

Deregulation of the water market has meant that there are more players in the market than ever before, new entrants are emerging whilst old players will have different roles. It’s predicted that the water market will have a bumpy start and we are urging our clients to be aware of potential issues surrounding bill...

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All you need to know about water deregulation

Date 31 May 2017 By Katie Brook in Category Water,

As you may already know, the Water Market became deregulated on 1st April 2017.

What does deregulation mean?

Up until 1st April 2017, most businesses had to purchase their water from their local water supplier. From April 2017, most businesses will be able to choose the retailer that they buy their water supply from. Your local monopoly companies (the “wholesaler”) will continue to source, treat and pipe water to your business premises and to carry away...

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