Prime Blog

February 2015

Red bull part two

In our recent blog article we explained how Jonathan had qualified for Red Bull Crashed Ice, here is how he got on…

Coventry Musicians aim to break Top 40 on budget of £99

Some friends of Prime, Ross Darby and Lizzy Coughlan, are aiming to get into the Top 40 with their song, “Devil and the Deep Blue Sea” on a budget of £99! Proceeds from the sales of the single are all going to the Cyrenians Homeless Charity.

The single will be released at the end of March and it is important for them to get as many pre-orders as possible before then.

It is very easy to purchase – available on Amazon for 79p or you can purchase by texting BLUESEA to 85888 which costs £1, deducted when the single is downloaded on release.

They are very busy promoting the single, they were at the Ricoh Arena before and after the Wasps game last weekend for example.

My thoughts on the “CBI Quarterly SME Trends Survey”

Positive outlook
In 2010 I started writing a regular blog, the first one looked at how some of our clients had reacted to the recession and managed to trade successfully. The plan was to look at how clients manage change in those times of uncertainty and share their stories. Well this is the long awaited second instalment, because I never got round to writing another one!

Red Bull Crashed Ice

Prime’s marketing assistant, Jonathan Stobart, will be flying off to compete in an international downhill ice skating competition this week, sounds dangerous? We thought so, here Jonathan explains how he got there…