Client News Round-up: Sept ’08

Published: 19th Sep 2008 in News

I’d like to apologise to our readers for the recent silence on the Make Hay blog. The only reason for this is work, work and more work which means that we’re getting the opportunity to collaborate with more amazing, ethical businesses and individuals.

So, less about us and more about them. Here’s our latest client news round-up:

Introducing…

London Insight Meditation

One of our latest web design creations, launched just this week is the London Insight Meditation website. London Insight offers a programme of events based in the insight or vipassana meditation tradition. With a group of leading teachers, they explore the application of authentic Buddhist teachings in London city living.

They now have a brand new look website plus visitors are able to book online for their events, listen to talks and find useful resources. There is also a new blog to keep you up to date with all their news.

Check them out at www.londoninsightmeditation.org.uk

Susan Davies Life Coaching

Our latest Make Mail (e-mail marketing) client Susan Davies is an expert in personal development and life coaching. Her services include addiction recovery, emotional freedom technique, spiritual mentoring and personal, professional, couples and family coaching

Why not sign up to her newsletter to find out more? Also, see her testimonials page for an impressive read!

Visit: www.susanscoaching.co.uk

Greenmystyle.com

Now using our Green Hosting, powered by the wind, Greenmystyle.com is a place to find and share discoveries, reviews and tips about fashion, beauty and home style done the kinder way.

Now there’s no excuse not to keep up with the latest in eco style with Greenmystyle.com’s daily updates. Take a look at their directory too!

Check it out at www.greenmystyle.com

Leonora Speaking at Sustainable Event

Green Hosting and Make Hay web design client Leonora Oppenheim is playing a big part in a major event this autumn. Leonora works as a Sustainable Design Consultant and will be speaking at Grand Designs Live in Birmingham.

The Grand Designs LIVE event will feature several ‘Grand Seminars‘ focusing on environmentally friendly building and design. Running from 10th to 12th October these seminars will include talks on reducing the negative environmental impact on self-builds, the eco credentials of prefabricated houses and furnishing your home with eco interiors. Leonora will be speaking in the ‘Best Eco Footprint Forward’ debate.

Allthingseco Directory Helps Passion Debate Biofuels

Green Hosting client Allthingseco are working alongside radio station Passion for the Planet to encourage debate on biofuels. As there are so many views on the pros and cons of biofuels Passion will be bringing in experts to discuss the issues from different perspectives.

An online poll is available for you to give your opinion on the subject. Visit the Allthingseco website at: www.allthingseco.co.uk/econews-september08.php to find out more.

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