Website : http://www.yendorhomes.com/ Address : 108 Stirling Road, Kilsyth, North Lanarkshire G65 0HY Phone : +44 1236 316004 Here at Yendor Homes we pride ourselves on giving the personal, proactive and professional service our customers deserve across Cumbernauld, Kilsyth and surroundings areas of Central Scotland. Because we are an independent agent, we are able to do business differently, allowing us to showcase your home and maximise your sales potential. Furthermore we monitor market trends and act accordingly. By choosing us, you can be confident we will always have your interests at heart. A service which our highly experienced team strives to achieve giving the best possible outcome for every client. It is our belief therefore, that just being good at what we do isn’t good enough. We need to be better than the rest, and from what we hear from our clients, we are. We understand that today’s buyer is tomorrow’s seller, so here at Yendor Homes, we go the extra mile for all of our clients. We work like this because we are passionate about our customers and the service we give and that's the reason that our virtual office door is never closed.
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- Success Stories: EdjerEJDER FROM AN ABANDONED LOO TO AN AWARD-WINNING CONCEPT STORE When Simon Suphangdi first saw the abandoned loos in Old Street Station, he knew his idea could work there. It was an underground location for an underground brand. In under a month, Simon had transformed the space, which hadn’t been touched for 70 years, into a progressive concept store for streetwear brands. For once, the queues in Old Street weren’t down to faulty trains but to the latest drop hitting the 24 Hour EJDER Club. Simon13
- The Power of Pop UpsOn any given walk through London, it seems like there’s a new pop-up store, event or truck announced E-V-E-R-Y, S-I-N-G-L-E, D-A-Y. Brands are quickly latching on to pop-up experiences as a quick way to build intrigue, start social conversation, create time-limited demand and test new products and markets. Beyond that, it gives them a chance to be playful and experiment with the limitations of their brand and the experiences it can deliver. With the rise of The Experience Economy and traditional