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Business Owners Please Note

As we move out of lockdown it is even more important to ensure your business details on AudlemOnline are up to date, to ensure new and existing customers understand the services you offer and are able to contact you, bearing in mind we have about 2000 people a day access the website.

To create or amend your business details -- from the Home page, click on 'Directories', look down the list to 'Create your Entry' or 'Change your Entry', click accordingly.

Select from the three options 'Retail business', Non-retail business', 'Clubs, societies, Charities' -- complete the form, and 'Submit' and we will do the rest

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