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WE ARE LOOKING FOR PEOPLE TO JOIN OUR PARTNERS IN PRINT SCHEME AND OPERATE DISTRICTS IN ESSEX.

ABOUT ESSEX

Essex is a ceremonial and non-metropolitan county in the East of England, and one of the home counties. It is located to the northeast of Greater London. It borders with Cambridgeshire and Suffolk to the north, Hertfordshire to the west, Kent to the South and London to the south west. Essex County Council is the principal local authority for much of the county, sharing functions with twelve district councils. The county town is Chelmsford. The southern Essex boroughs of Thurrock and Southend-on-Sea are governed separately as unitary authorities. It was established in antiquity and formed the eastern portion of the Kingdom of Essex. Sections of the county closer to London are part of the Metropolitan Green Belt, which prohibits development. It is the
location of the regionally significant Lakeside Shopping Centre and London Stansted Airport; and the new towns of Basildon and Harlow.

ESSEX TRANSPORT
 
The main airport in Essex is London Stansted Airport, serving destinations in Europe and Asia. The Lib-Con coalition government formed in May 2010 has agreed to resist an additional runway at Stansted, so curtailing the operator's ambitions for expansion. London Southend Airport, once one of Britain's busiest airports, opened a new runway extension, terminal building and railway station in March 2012.The station is on the Shenfield to Southend Line, with a direct link to the capital. Currently the airport offers scheduled flights to Ireland, the Channel Islands and multiple destinations in Europe. There are several smaller airfields, some of which owe their origins to military bases built during World War I or World War II. These are popular for pleasure flights or flying lessons; examples include Clacton Airfield, Earls Colne Airfield, and Stapleford Aerodrome.
 
The Port of Tilbury is one of Britain's three major ports, while the port of Harwich links the county to the Hook of Holland and Esbjerg (a service to Cuxhaven Having discontinued in December 2005). Plans have been approved to build the UK's largest container terminal at Shell Haven in Thurrock and although opposed by the local authority and environmental and wildlife organisations, it now seems increasingly likely to be developed.
 
Queen Elizabeth II Bridge spanning the Thames from West Thurrock, Essex, to Dartford, Kent Despite the existence of the
Dartford Road Crossing to Dartford, Kent, across the Thames River, a ferry for pedestrians to Gravesend, Kent, still
operates from Tilbury during limited daily hours, and ferries for pedestrians operate across some of Essex's rivers and
estuaries during spring and summer. The M25 and M11 motorway both cross the county in the extreme south and west, linking
those parts of the county with Kent, Hertfordshire and Cambridge. The A127 and A13 trunk roads are important radial routes
connecting London and the M25 to the south of Essex. The A12 runs across the county from the south west to the north east
and not only carries traffic within Essex but also traffic between London and Suffolk, east Norfolk and the ports of Felixstowe
and Harwich.
 
There is an extensive public transport network. The main railway routes in Essex include two lines from the City of London to
Southend-on-Sea, operated by c2c from Fenchurch Street railway station (including a route via Tilbury) and by Greater Anglia
from Liverpool Street station; the Great Eastern Main Line from Liverpool Street connecting to Harwich and onwards into Suffolk
and Norfolk; and the West Anglia Main Line from Liverpool Street linking to Stansted and onwards into Cambridgeshire.
The Epping Forest district is served by the London Underground Central Line. The routes operated by Greater Anglia were formerly operated by National Express East Anglia and have been previously branded as 'one'. There are also a number of branch lines including the Sunshine Coast Line linking Colchester to the seaside resorts of Clacton-on-Sea and Walton-on-the-Naze via the picturesque towns of Wivenhoe and Great Bentley. The Crouch Valley Line, another branch line, links Wickford to a number of riverside communities via South Woodham Ferrers and Burnham-on-Crouch to Southminster.
 
South Essex Rapid Transit is a proposed public transport scheme which would provide a fast, reliable public transport service
in, and between, Thurrock, Basildon and Southend.

ESSEX'S ECONOMY
 
Industry is largely limited to the south of the county, with the majority of the land elsewhere being given over to agriculture.
Harlow is a centre for electronics, science and pharmaceutical companies, while Chelmsford is the home of Marconi (now called
telent plc and owned by Ericsson of Sweden since 2005), Basildon home to New Holland Agriculture's European headquarters and Brentwood home to the Ford Motor Company's European HQ. Loughton is home to a production facility for British and foreign banknotes. Chelmsford has been an important location for electronics companies since the industry was born, is also the location for a number of insurance and financial services organisations, and is the home of the soft drinks producer Britvic. Other businesses in the county are dominated by light engineering and the service sector. Colchester is a garrison town, and the local economy is helped by the Army's personnel living there. Basildon is the location of State Street Corporation's United Kingdom HQ International Financial Data Services,and remains heavily dependent on London for employment, due to its close proximity and direct transport routes. Southend-on-Sea is hometo the Adventure Island theme park and is one of the few still growing British Seaside resorts, benefiting from direct, modern rail links from Fenchurch Street railway station and Liverpool Street station (placing housing in high demand, especially for financial services commuters), which thereby maintains the town's commercial and general economy.
 
Parts of Eastern Essex suffer from high levels of deprivation, with one of the most highly deprived wards being in Clacton.
In the Indices of deprivation 2007, Jaywick was identified as the most deprived Lower Super Output Area in Southern England.
Unemployment was estimated at 44% and many homes were found to severely lack basic amenities. The Brooklands and Grasslands area of Jaywick were found to be the third most deprived area in England; only Liverpool and Manchester rated higher. In contrast, however, South West Essex is a mostly affluent part of Eastern England, forming part of the London commuter belt. South West Essex has a largemiddle class and the area is widely known for its Independent schools. In 2008, The Daily Telegraph found Brentwood and Ingatestone to be the 19th and 14th richest towns in the UK respectively.




ESSEX
OUR FREE DELIVERY SERVICE AND PARTNERS IN PRINT SCHEME ALSO COVERS THESE ESSEX TOWNS/AREAS

(B) Basildon - Billericay - Braintree - Brentwood - Brightlingsea - Buckhurst Hill - Burnham-on-Crouch (C) Canvey Island - Chafford Hundred

- Chalkwell - Chelmsford - Chigwell - Chipping Ongar - Clacton-on-Sea Coggeshall - Colchester - Corringham (D) Dovercourt (E) Eastwood - Epping

(F) Frinton-on-Sea (G) Grays - Great Dunmow (H) Hadleigh - Halstead - Harlow - Harwich - Heybridge, Maldon - Hockley - Holland-on-Sea (I) Ingatestone

(L) Laindon - Langdon Hills - Leigh-on-Sea - Loughton (M) Maldon, Essex - Manningtree (N) North Shoebury (O) Ongar (P) Parkeston, Essex - Pitsea

- Prittlewell (R) Rayleigh, Essex - Rochford (S) Saffron Walden - Shoeburyness - South Benfleet - South Woodham Ferrers - Southchurch - Southend-on-Sea

- Southminster - Stanford-le-Hope (T) Thaxted - Thorpe Bay - Tilbury - Thurrock - Tendring (U) Uttlesford (W) Waltham Abbey, Essex - Walton-on-the-Naze


- West Mersea - West Thurrock - Westcliff-on-Sea - Wickford - Witham - Wivenhoe








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PARTNERS IN PRINT SCHEME

Angel Design & Print is one of the leading players in online print purchasing & we have been providing a countrywide “print from supplied artwork” service since January 2007, when we made the leap from operating High Street print shops, to become a successful, fast, no nonsense national online print provider.

We have been supplying print for over twenty years. Click our 'About Us' button for more details, but next, we really want to tell you about how brilliant our Partners in Print Scheme opportunity will work for you.

Our Partners in Print Scheme has massive potential to create a real force in print....limited only by your sales & marketing skills!

We've got a good business going (that's what happens when you've got great products at the right price!)

Our next step is to offer our Partners in Print Scheme to people that share our passion. We are looking for Sales Representatives , it is not essential for you to have experience in the print industry or graphic design, but on the other hand, this is also a great opportunity for all those Graphic Designers still at college and more to the point those looking to earn money whilst still at college. You do the design, we do the print, you get your commission.

If you are a keen salesperson our Partners in Print Scheme will work for you...Graphic Designers will, obviously benefit, as they are involved in the design of an end product and can also benefit from the profits.

If you would like to be considered for our Partners in Print Scheme - and earn generous commissions for successful referrals - please contact us.

Our Partners in Print Scheme is FREE to join!

You can work from home, you do not even have to leave the comfort of your own chair, as long as you have a computer with broadband, a telephone and of course a good telephone manner, you can start working straight away. This could be a part time opportunity, it's up to you the amount of hours you put in. Ideal for you at home Mum's!

For those of you who have a bit of get up and go, you can visit your local shops & businesses to maximise the potential to earn your commission using your own business cards and leaflets.

The main object of the exercise is to get as many businesses as you can to buy print from Angel Design & Print. We then take care of everything and you get your commission!

See our UK map for the areas that we cover to choose the County/District that you would like to operate. Being that we are an online Printing Business and deliver all across the UK, means that you can operate from anywhere in the UK.

If you are interested and require any further information please telephone 01580 754844.

We look forward to doing business with you!

You do the Selling, using our website - We handle the enquiries, we then Print, Finish and Deliver the Orders - You Get Your Commission!

Please note this is a self employed business opportunity which could lead to a full time position with Angel Design & Print.
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Join Our Growing Printing Network Angel Design and Prints
Partners in Print Scheme Level One.
A New No Cost Route to Assist you in Starting your Own Business!
Our Partners in Print Scheme, Level One and Level Two, eliminates the need for shop fit out costs, retail rents & rates or
the need to employ additional staff to answer the phone and handle enquiries. There is no need to invest in expensive
capital, equipment and operations, our expert team are yours when you need them!

We are looking for Sales Representatives and Graphic Designers to join our Partners in Print Scheme and operate in any of the 45 Counties listed below. You can work part time or full time in your chosen county and its free to join.

For the districts you operate, you will need to be actively engaged with the local business community and use different
marketing skills such as telesales, cold calling, leaflets and emailing to win business.
1 London
2 Kent
3 Essex
4 Hertfordshire
5 Buckinghamshire
6 Berkshire
7 Surrey
8 West Sussex
9 East Sussex
10 Suffolk
11 Cambridgeshire
12 Bedfordshire
13 Oxfordshire
14 Hampshire
15 Dorset
Click any of the above to find out more about the counties that are already running with our Partners in Print Scheme. We also still have business opportunities available in these counties and the ones listed below, so if you are interested in operating any of them feel free to contact us 01580 754844.
16 Wiltshire 17 Somerset 18 Devon 19 Cornwall 20 Avon 21 Gloucestershire 22 Hereford

23 Warwickshire 24 Northamptonshire 25 Norfolk 26 Lincoinshire 27 Leicestershire 28 Nottinghamshire

29 Staffordshire 30 West Midlands 31 Shropshire 32 Cheshire 33 Derbyshire 34 South Yorkshire

35 West Yorkshire 36 Gr Manchester 37 Merseyside 38 Lancashire 39 North Yorkshire 40 Humberside

41 Cleveland 42 Durham 43 Cumbria 44 Northumberland 45 Tyne and Wear