Monday, 2 April 2012

Theo Paphitis Honours My Transcription Services.

It's not very often that I manage to escape the keyboard, but on Friday 30 March, my  internet based typing and transcription services company, KPS - Audio Typing and Transcription Services, joined entrepreneur Theo Paphitis of BBC's Dragon's Den at a networking event in Birmingham on Friday 30 March after being selected as one of his six favourite small businesses in his weekly Twitter competition known as Small Business Sunday or #SBS.

Theo Paphitis and KPS - Audio Typing and Transcription Services.
Theo Paphitis presents Lesley Kemp with the winners certificate.
Mr Paphitis selected Kemp Professional Services in January 2011 and tweeted his decision to his 223,000 followers.  I was absolutely delighted when the congratulatory tweets started arriving to my Twitter handle, not to mention the kudos of having a nod of approval from such a successful businessman.

As a winner, my business is eligible for a profile on the winners website which will undoubtedly generate valuable exposure to my target customers not to mention the advice and further networking opportunities.

KPS was established in 1993 and has been in the fortunate position of having a steady flow of work despite the difficulties the recession has thrown up but this experience has turned out to be a very welcome boost for business.

It was an honour and a pleasure to meet Mr Paphitis.  His passion for business is infectious and support for the small business like a ray of sunshine in these difficult times.

Tuesday, 7 February 2012

Transcription Services

Today I am delighted and proud to announce that my little business, KPS - Audio Typing and Transcription Services, has been appointed supplier to a leading financial and legal services corporation.  Forgive me, but I am having trouble wiping the smile off my face, which will probably add a few more laughter lines, but what the heck!

Of course, these opportunities don't just fall out of the sky, although being in the right place at the right time does help a little.  I have worked hard to market my services and target the sorts of companies which would benefit from my first rate transcription services - and all my efforts have paid off!

Now the really hard work will commence as I settle down to undertake the assignments which will regularly come my way in terms of digital voice files which I will transcribe in complete confidence for my shiny new client.