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An article in Coaching at Work - featuring sfG Software's MentorNet customers & their different schemes https://goo.gl/4aoXPH #mentoring #software

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A huge well done to Fraser from our software team for completing the Highland Trail 550 last night in around 4 days and 12 hours... that's around 28 hours faster than last year!! #HT550 #HighlandTrail550 #MTB

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Good luck to Fraser from our software development team who embarked on the 550+ mile self supported Highland Trail this morning. We hope the good weather continues for you. #HT550 #HighlandTrail550

https://www.sfgsoftware.com/fraser-sets-off-highland-trail/

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We went along to #Inverness #Kart Raceway last week and had a go at #karting. Great fun and some healthy competition was had. We will definitely be back!

After building up an appetite we had some good food next door at #Fairways.

https://www.sfgsoftware.com/went-karting-ikr/

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We’re very proud to be supporting the new #socialenterprise, #Inverness #Kart Raceway (IKR) with our track-side advertising - https://www.sfgsoftware.com/proud-support-inverness-kart-raceway/

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BT issues are causing network problems all over the UK today -http://www.bbc.co.uk/news/technology-35472198

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A strange sight of a caffeine free drink in the software office this week. Fraser has swapped the coffee for peppermint tea all week in preparation for his solo effort in the Strathpuffer 24hr Mountain Bike race this weekend. He'll need the full effect of caffeine on Saturday night!!

Good luck Fraser!
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One of our customers is part of a very worthy cause and they are looking for volunteers! Read more here and see if you can help! - Moray, Inverness, Ross-Shire Calaid (Facebook Group) - https://www.facebook.com/groups/1204577822901352/

"One very clear message that keeps coming across is that the people of the Highlands want to help- but until now haven’t know what they can do. It has also prompted people to think about the refugee crisis, and make a conscious decision to help these people in need. It’s not just on the news anymore, but it’s here, in our towns and villages and in our daily conversations. I personally believe that this is the first step in a much longer journey."
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