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2014 is here!!!

Happy New Year from all at ITR Partners. We hope you had a great holiday period and are now enjoying being back into work….if not why not give us a call and see what we have available for you…..0844 880 0390

Christmas holiday cover?

Christmas is Coming!

With Christmas just around the corner, have you arranged cover for your teams over the holiday period?

NO?

Don’t worry ITR Partners have a number of willing support contractors available for the Christmas period to help make sure your customers/staff are looked after while you are celebrating.

Get in touch with Simon Sutherland ssutherland@itrpartners.co.uk / 0844 8800390 to discuss your needs.

Team raise £500 for charity in Spartan Race

Well done to Neil Randell, Daniel Parsons, Jack Walsh and Matthew Watkiss for completing the Spartan Race in just under 4 hours.

matt barbed wire

The boys battled the 25km, 80 obstacle race in the bitter cold and wet and managed to raise almost £500 for charity.

neil barbed wire

Plans are in place for next year completing numerous other challenges so watch this space

dan barbed wire

 

If you wish to donate there is still time http://www.justgiving.com/teams/itr-partners

ITR Partners Team take on the Spartan Race

spartan race

Some of the team have chosen this weekend to take on the Spartan Race in aid of local charity the James Hopkins Trust

The event is a grueling 13 mile cross country run, with 25 obstacles between you and the finishing line.

Each obstacle uncompleted will result in 30 Burpees!!

This will be a challenge for all taking part so any sponsorship possible will offer additional motivation – ITR Just Giving Page

Pictures will follow….

Is the launch of iRadio the right move for Apple?

According to the Guardian Apple is gearing up to sell audio ads on a music-streaming service it intends to unveil at its developers conference next week, sources have told Reuters, going up against Google and US-based Pandora Media in the increasingly competitive market for mobile music.

The iPhone maker, which has been working to put together a streaming music service for the past year, has contacted some of its bigger advertisers but hasn’t started selling the service extensively yet, one of the people said.

Is this the right move for Apple or is this dead technology? Have Apple ran out of new ideas and are now reproducing ideas that have been done already? Only time will tell but I hope to see more innovative Apple releases before the end of the year.

article quoted from guardian http://www.guardian.co.uk/technology/2013/jun/07/apple-iradio-apple-streaming-music