So we set up the business, named it, created a logo, and learned how to make the website. We've since spent a large part of our time catching up with old contacts, as well as making new ones, to tell them what we are doing. It's been really encouraging to see the enthusiasm with which our presentations have been received, although I don't think I've ever drunk so many lattes before since a coffee shop seems to be the best place to do business meetings these days. It is very clear though that these meetings are, and will continue to be, just as important to the success of the business as the quality of the services that we offer.
Now it seems our hard work drinking coffee is starting to pay off. We're now at the early stages of working on a number of really exciting projects including: creating a 3d model and fly-through of a famous London tourist landmark to illustrate the process of it's refurbishment; the remodelling of a listed London sports centre to provide a new large gym facility; and collaborating on the design and working drawings for a landmark new winery / vineyard.. Exciting times, it seems I will be very busy when I get back from honeymoon.
Enough of that! Now to get my priorities sorted, work out what I'm going to say in my speech tomorrow, and look forward to calling my beautiful bride my wife!!
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