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BNI National Conference – May 2019, in Montreal

Each year the BNI National conference is held in a different part of Canada, last year it was in Ontario, next year will be in Vancouver. This year’s event was held in Montreal, a city that has a special place in my heart.

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Why Scotland?

I moved to Scotland almost 9 months ago, and am now joining BNI on behalf of Radar Hill. Because the question has been asked of me many times, I thought I would write an extended post about what has led me to living in Edinburgh. Short story – it’s a beautiful city. Slightly longer story – I like Britain (despite all of its current political difficulties), and Edinburgh is the perfect city. Even longer story – see below.

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March: What’s Up On The Hill?

Wondering about we’ve been up to? Here’s your chance to catch up on all the latest staff adventures, product updates and great new website launches. Continue reading

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Website Redesign: Villa Victoria Patzcuaro



Villa Victoria is a warm, Central Mexico bed and breakfast. Located in a 19th-century restored adobe casa, they bring together the perfect blend of old-world charm and modern luxury.

Their  old website was done entirely in Flash, making it difficult to update, impossible to bookmark pages, and very unfriendly for search engines. The site has now been upgraded with a new look which captures the old world charm of Patzcuaro. Utilizing Radar Hill’s Content Management System it is now easy to update the site, much easier for search engines to find and makes navigating the site much more user friendly.

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