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Sparks don't fly at YBG meeting!

Date Posted: 21 Jul 2017

This weeks meeting of the Yeovil Business Group saw Matt Wheelans take centre stage with a demonstration of a circuit board that left us anything but board. But before the illuminating insight we had the usual round the table discussions.

  • Paul from Ewemove is looking for landlords to take him up on his offer that is too good to be true. No hidden fees and service to shout about.
  • Brown Ink Rachel has had more repeat customers returning to her for lasting logo work.
  • Adam from AP Kitchens is looking for kitchen fitters to help him deliver on the huge success of recent shows.
  • Graeme from Remus is looking for print jobs to keep him busy during the summer school holidays.
  • Tim has been taking his meds and didnt get arrested for running a crime scene event in a cemetery.
  • Andrew from Feaynx has been babysitting both his clients and his own kids whilst overseeing IT wonders.
  • Jamie from has been delivering service beyond the call of duty by helping his customers whilst on holiday!
  • Dave from True Potential has been busy working on mortgages, protection and pensions to protect clients futures.
  • Bookkeeping Lee has been 'keeping account of your books' with a new tag line and logo (Thanks Rachel)
  • Mend it mike has been doing the no job too strange  bit fixing ceramic dogs, cat scratching posts and climing in bedroom windows (not creepy)
  • Matt Whelans apparently covers all aspects of electrocution so approach with caution.
  • Visitor Phillipa Haynes came. She needs to come again so that I can understand exactly what it is she does. Apparently she brings understanding to your business?

So on to the mains (see what I did there) event. Mustachio Matt knows his stuff and to be honest he could have been talking about anything and I would still have found him interesting. Why? He talks with passion and knowledge about his business and his demonstration of how a new type consumer unit works was actually captivating. He shared his experience with us enough to help us with the basics of operating a circuit board and understanding possible faults in the home whilst underlying the importance of getting an expert in to do the work. He even managed to pick up on a small electrical fault at the venue to keep the YBG meeting safe. What came over most that if you have electrical needs then you are in safe hands with Matt.

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