Our own Nathan Little has signed up for Movember. You can support him by donating here to help him raise awareness for men’s health.
Our Steve Reynolds joined a number of the great and good within Vending at Katie King’s social media training course this week. Being somewhat sceptical and not a little fearful, he was soon converted to the ‘joys’ of Twitter, Linked In and Facebook (to a degree!). Later that night a tweet bounced into our mailbox and @mercedes10steve had landed!
Vendman sponsored Dave Newsham, MD of Norscott Vending, seals a third back to back top 8 finish in the 2013 BTCC with his Toyota Avensis. Well done from all of us at Vendman. Read more about his achievement here
In announcng their new partnership with Vendman, NIVO desribed us as ‘the premier player in the world of vending system software’. ‘With everything associated with running a busy vending operation it can sometimes be difficult keeping abreast of change as well as being aware of how technology can help’ said NIVO MD Graham Kingaby. ‘At NIVO, we’re always looking out for ways to keep our member abreast of developments.’
After another successful AVEX, we at Vendman Towers have had a chance to reflect on the events of AVEX 2013. The stand was many months in the planning and several themes presented themselves during brainstorming sessions; a couple so good that we’ve banked them for another time. So watch this space!
The Vendman were out in force to support Dave Newsham (managing director of Norscott Vending and BTCC Racing Driver)
Talking to Vendman’s Rob Little, you’d be forgiven for thinking it might be… No discussion about integrated control systems and their impact upon the vending industry past, present and future would be complete without a contribution from Rob Little. Arguably the pioneer of software in the UK , Rob founded Vendman in 1993. Today, the company dominates the domestic market.
They tell a rather unkind story about John Broderick Senior at Manchester Vending. Apparently, when the company was relocating to its smart Head Office near Manchester airport, the top logistical priority was to position the ‘The Old Man’ so that he could have a clear view of the aircraft. This, the story goes, was to give Mr. B. Senior ‘something to do…’
There was an advertising slogan once that went like this: ‘the answer’s yes, now what’s the question?’ Look no further; there’s no other phrase comes even close to crystallising the business ethos at Options Management. Their outlook here is not so much ‘can do’, as ‘will do.’