Keep an eye out for our new business section which will be launched on February 8.
Keep an eye out for our new business section which will be launched on February 8.

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THE Tweed Daily News business coverage is about to move to a whole new level.

The business section will be re-launched with a fresh new look and a new name, Better Business, on February 8.

It will continue to provide the region's most comprehensive collection of business news, profiles, advice and information.

Better Business will be the same entertaining and informative showcase for local businesses – just delivered in a slick, modern package.

“I think Better Business has come along at just the right time, with a lot of businesses doing it tough right now,” group business editor Rebecca Marshall said.

“True to its name, Better Business will be about how to make all aspects of your business life better: your daily operations, your bottom line, your marketing, your customer service, your online presence, your staff management, your networking.

“We also can't forget that there are plenty of businesses doing very well despite the economic conditions. We need to tell their stories through Better Business so others can learn from them and be inspired by their success.

“The time for revival is now or never, and Better Business will be a helpful guide to that transformation.”



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