Business to Business

'Business to Business’ offers businesses located in the Cathedral Quarter, the facility to promote collaborative working with other businesses.

By including details of your new projects, activities and forthcoming tenders within your business, there may be mutually beneficial opportunities which may be of interest to other businesses to collaborate and help you both find additional ways to reach your target markets and grow your business.

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The listings will also include updates of CQ BID meetings and projects

To see this weeks CQ BID News ebulletin click here

To download the application form for discounted parking at NCP Laurie House (for CQ I Work card holders) Click here

To read the latest CQ BID  newsletter (Summer 2014) giving an overview of achievements over the last year  click here

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  • Furthest from the Sea is providing Derbyshire based artists the exciting opportunity to perform live at this year’s Derby Festé on Saturday 27th September 2014. Regarded as the ‘highlight of Derby’s events calendar’ and attracting an audience of around 35,000 with press coverage from local and national newspapers, this is a great forum to showcase your talents. If you would be interested in joining the fun,and would like an application form email: amy@furthestfromthesea.co.uk Please note: Application closing date Thursday 31st July 2014.
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  • The next CQMG (Cathedral Quarter Managment group) will be held on Wednesday 17 September at 5.30 pm – 7 pm at the CQ BID Office (pfbb UK offices in Irongate House) We would be grateful if you could confirm your attendance by email to enquiries@derbycathedralquarter.co.uk
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  • The next Cathedral Quarter social event will be held on Thursday 17 July at Lola Lo on Queen Street between 5.30pm and 7pm.   This is an opportunity to meet your fellow Cathedral Quarter businesses in a relaxed and informal atmosphere and to find out more about the initiatives planned under the BID in the coming year.   Please RSVP your attendance to the BID officeTel: 01332 419053 or enquiries@derbycathedralquarter.co.uk Company: Cathedral Quarter Co Ltd Company Email: enquiries@derbycathedralquarter.co.uk
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  • The Market Hall in Derby’s Cathedral Quarter will host a Heritage Lottery-funded exhibition entitled ‘Our Heritage’ which is curated by Derby Open Centre. The exhibition opens in the upstairs gallery at the Market Hall on Saturday October 25 and is then open every Thursday, Friday and Saturday between 10am and 4pm until the middle of 2015. ‘Our Heritage’ tells the stories of individuals and families from different backgrounds. It features newly-commissioned films alongside archive photography and rare news footage of Derby and Derbyshire from the 1970s and 1980s including Normanton at night in 1970, ‘CIA agents’ in the Dales in 1978 and Derby’s schoolchildren on strike in 1985. The project explores issues of faith, culture and the legacy of multicultural Britain, giving visitors the unique chance to hear first-hand accounts of Derbyshire’s diverse communities. Project Manager Alex Rock explained: “The exhibition questions the meaning of ‘heritage’ and provides a snapshot of the lives of different people from different backgrounds and their contribution to the one community we all live in.” Martin Langsdale, chair of the Cathedral Quarter Management Group, which drives forward activities under the area’s Business Improvement District (BID) status, added: “The historic Market Hall is the perfect venue for an exhibition of this kind. “The Market Hall and indeed the whole Cathedral Quarter is very much a community in its own right and I am sure that visitors to this wonderful area will thoroughly enjoy this pioneering and thought-provoking exhibition.” For more information visit www.derbyopencentre.org/ourheritage And for more information about all the events in the Cathedral Quarter,please visit www.derbycathedralquarter.co.uk; like the Facebook page cathedralquarterderby and follow on Twitter @DerbyCQ, 
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  • The monthly Cathedral Quarter Arts & Crafts Fayre, organised as part of the CQ Saturdays entertainments and events programme, has expanded to provide more opportunities for local crafts people to display their wares. On Saturday October 18 more than 25 crafters and artisans from around the region will gather under the Guildhall arches and in three marquees in the Market Place for the fayre between 10am and 4pm. Goods on sale include hand made chocolate, cakes, woodwork, textiles, home wares, toys, jewellery and ceramics. And even more artisan producers are due to join in the fayres on Saturday November 15 and on Saturday December 20. The monthly event is organised by the Cathedral Quarter Business Improvement District (BID) and Derby-based arts promoters Furthest from the Sea. Matt McGuinness from FFTS explained: “The Cathedral Quarter Arts & Crafts Fayre was first established to give local crafters and artisans the platform to sell their homemade wares and has been growing from strength to strength. “The October event will see the biggest number of stalls so far with over 25 stalls offering a wide range of goods from textiles to jewellery.  The fayre’s diversity and expansion is reflective of the growing community of creative, talented and entrepreneurial people that we have in Derby and the East Midlands. “Our aim is to double the size of the event in the coming months – making this one of the largest regular events of its kind in the Midlands.” Meanwhile visitors can also enjoy the free entertainment provided by the CQ Saturdays Knickerbocker Glorious on Saturday October 18 with further dates in November and then throughout each Saturday in December in the run up to Christmas. The stage at the Waterfall in the Market Place has a packed programme between 11am and 3pm of music, poetry, dance and comedy – again organised by the Cathedral Quarter BID and presented by Furthest from the Sea. Paul Hurst, vice chair of the Cathedral Quarter management group, which drives forward activities under the area’s Business Improvement District (BID) banner,concluded: “The Cathedral Quarter is the historic part of the city and the CQ Saturdays programme of free entertainment and events greatly enhances the visitor experience to this area of Derby. “We are delighted with the success of the Cathedral Quarter Arts & Crafts Fayre.  The event not only features the best of homemade goods and produce from around the region but also encourages footfall into the businesses at the Market Hall.” For more information about the Cathedral Quarter entertainment programme, visit www.derbycathedralquarter.co.uk; like the Facebook page cathedralquarterderby and follow on Twitter @DerbyCQ, trending #CQXmas
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