Car contract clarity from JVS
Just Vehicle Solutions are a specialist vehicle solutions company based here in Newark. With over 50 years’ experience across the management team, Just Vehicle Solutions are market leaders in the rental and leasing industry.
The products we offer at JVS are short term car contracts (6–12 months), short and long term commercial vehicle contracts and business leasing. We take great pride in offering a refreshingly different approach to the supply of vehicles, we listen to our clients, and use our extensive experience to advise and educate business owners on which procurement strategy will best suit their business.
We offer our clients a simple six step process to driving away in their vehicle: no hassle, no complications.
- We offer our clients a team of fleet management specialists, all of whom have extensive industry experience.
- We pride ourselves in the ability to offer a no stress, fully integrated fleet management service.
- One size does not fit all. Unlike many rental companies we offer vehicles that suit your exact specifications.
- We actively encourage long term partnerships and will always be ethical and reliable in order to gain your trust.
- With all vehicle managers having access to client accounts we provide you with not just a vehicle but a team of support.
- We explain in detail our simple rental policy and unlike our competitors never apply excessive end of rental charges.
We are excited to launch our fully inclusive package, which will include full vehicle livery, JVS tracking software, monthly tyre checks and much, much more.
To find out more information about the services we provide, visit our new website – www.justvehicle.solutions
Or you are more than welcome to pop us an email at email@example.com
2016 calendars go like hotcakes
Simon Shaw (Vice Chairman) and Amy Codd ( Chairman) are pictured with the 2016 NBC desk top calendar which details dates of future meeting for the clubs monthly meetings and The Action Group. Many thanks to members who helped sponsor it!
Flood Forum Meeting
The Newark Flood Forum meets on the 16th November at 5.30pm at the Town Hall. The Action Group are very keen that there is good representation at this meeting as it will have a significant impact on businessess within the town.
Business in the Community
In a new regular slot being introduced at our monthly business club meeting, Ian Holden of Business in the Community highlighted the need for businessess to share skills locally with the voluntary sector.
He explained that new funding mechanisms in the third sector meant that new ways of working were required. Ian highlighted Newark & Sherwood CVS where they were looking for business champions who could provide pro-bono support with projects like developing an effective internet presence, managing its knowledge base, measuring impact, and developing relationships which leverage resources proactively.
Newark & Sherwood CVS is also looking for Trustees who can offer strategic leadership.
CVS is currently helping to make Newark a dementia friendly town, brokering rewarding corporate volunteering challenges and providing access to a range of supporting services and organisations eg around workplace health.
For further information please contact, 01636 679539 or visit www.nandscvs.org
This month's winner of the business card draw was CASY, a charity based in Newark dedicated to improving the emotional health of children and young people aged 6 to 25. They provide counselling from their office in Newark and in schools throughout Nottinghamshire and Lincolnshire.
They also deliver workshops that increase understanding and skills of those who work with young people and recently we have launched a family support programme including talks and family therapy.
In the last year demand for services has grown by 20% and this looks set to rise further. For more information about their work, and ways in which you can support please visit www.casy.org.uk
or find them on Twitter and Facebook.
Business Opportunities in Emmendingen
Newark Twinning Association celebrated 31 years of twinning this year with the German town Emmendingen and have an exciting visit planned there next year for a business expo on Saturday 18th and Sunday 19th June.
This is a fantastic opportunity for business club members to exhibit and develop their export business. Jo Small and Rita Crowe of the Twinning Association would be pleased to help and provide advice, although there is no funding available.
For further information visit http://www.newarktwinning.co.uk
or contact Jo Small