Ever wish you could email files to a safe location.

Well, now you can! All you have to do is connect with Dropbox, get your unique email address, and start sending files! It’s free, fast, secure and super simple too.

The Dropbox mobile app lets you view and shares your files from any mobile device, no matter where you are. You can even mark your most important docs for offline viewing.
You need the new app to continue with your preferred address email, your attachments will automatically appear in your Attachments folder. We have some great features too, like folder organization, message body copying, email whitelists… the list goes on.
Ever since the invention of cloud storage, Dropbox has become one of the leading apps to help you carry and share all your important documentation on the go.
No more clunky hard disks or lost USB sticks. Dropbox makes it easy to store data in all forms – texts, documents, audio, video, images and everything else that is digital.

With apps for Android, iPhone, iPad, and Windows phones and tablets, Dropbox has you covered no matter where you are!
Your password, any computers or phones that you link to your Dropbox account are connected.
You can disconnect a lost or stolen device from your account settings.
Dropbox offers paid storage of up to 1TB under Dropbox Pro.
With a 30 day free trial the dropbox plus option will share store and access all your files on the go at a £8-99 monthly subscription
You can earn up to an additional 16 GB for basic users under the referral scheme.
Connect to a computer or upgrade to get uploads automatically assisted

Can I share my Attachments folder?

Short answer: No. Unfortunately, at the moment you cannot share your Attachments folder with other Dropbox users due to Send to Dropbox using an “App Folder” as its application type.
Dropbox does not allow you to put “App Folders” into “Shared Folders”, and vice versa. however, Dropbox is working on a solution that allows you to authorize with Send to Dropbox under “Full Access”, which means you’ll be able to set the destination of your attachments to whatever location you’d like (shared folder or otherwise).
However, this option is not trivial to architect and will take a bit of time to work out and correctly implement. So sit tight and look forward to a solution in the coming months.

How secure is Dropbox access to information that can only be shared as required?

Dropbox uses a standard for third-party app authorization called OAuth.
OAuth is designed so that you can authorize third-party applications without giving them your username and password.
When you sign up or sign in, you’ll notice that you’re being taken off of Send to Dropbox’s website and over to Dropbox.com.
This allows you to authorize the Send to Dropbox application.
Dropbox then sends us a token which we use to make requests to their servers on your behalf.
If you ever feel the need to revoke our access to your account, simply delete Send to Dropbox from your Dropbox.com settings.

Send to Dropbox does not enforce a size limit.
However, many SMTP servers do enforce an outgoing limit. For example, at the time of writing this, Gmail limits outgoing emails to a size of 35,882,577 bytes (~34MB), so they may reject emails larger than this before they even reach our email servers.

Get the new Dropbox app – free in the App Store-Go mobile

 

Apply To Trade In Hackney Markets

Apply to trade in Hackney’s markets

The Council is encouraging more permanent and casual traders at our markets, especially those who trade in confectionery, stationery, cooked hot food, arts and crafts, toiletries, china and footwear.

We’ve made the licence process as easy as possible and our Markets Team are on hand to offer advice and help you find the right pitch.

Apply to trade at

Well Street Market

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Well Street Market takes place every Saturday, 10am-4pm.

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London’s most innovative street market has street food, produce, fashion, live music, and London’s first teenage and student makers markets.

Well Street was once part of an old country lane from the 1850s stretching from Shoreditch to Homerton and the banks of the river Lea.

An early trader at this market went on to become a founder of one of Britain’s most successful businesses.

Tesco was founded by 21 year old Jack Cohen who started trading from a barrow in Well Street Market in 1919 alongside dozens of other stalls.

Hoxton Street Market

Established in 1687, Hoxton is the oldest street market in Hackney. Packed with East End spirit, and just a short stroll from Shoreditch, the market has recently been transformed and now boasts new-look market stalls. The market has played a key role in building a strong local community and economy, showcasing its trader’s products and the local retail offer.

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Traders wanted

We are always on the lookout for talented new traders to join us at Hoxton Street Market, you don’t necessarily have to be an experienced market trader to do this. All we’re looking for is bags of enthusiasm, a positive attitude and great products to add to the variety already on offer.

We are particularly interested in hearing from those selling unique and original hand-crafted goods and street food.

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Ridley Road Market

Ridley Road Market 

Ridley Road has been home to this market in the heart of Dalston since the end of 1880s having started with about 20 stalls it now playing an important part in Hackney’s history and heritage with over 150 stalls offering a diverse range of quality goods at very competitive prices.

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Opposite Dalston Kingsland Train Station and beside Kingsland Shopping Centre, Ridley Road Market is one of the most vibrant in East London, offering a unique combination of international flavours from around the world. With the fusion of Afro-Caribbean, Asian and European goods, there is something there for everyone.

Chatsworth Road Market

In its 1930s heyday Chatsworth Road market is reported to have had up to 200 stalls running 4‐5 days a week,

Extending  along the full length of the street. The number of stalls and market days decreased slowly in post‐war years until the market eventually closed around 1990.

After many years of campaigning by local residents and traders, the market returned in 2010 and has been running weekly since June 2011.

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The market is established as a regular Sunday market used by local people and is continuing to grow, providing a place to shop, meet friends or entertain the kids.

The long-term plan is to grow the number of stalls (we have approval to grow to around 80 stalls towards Rushmore Road), providing more choice for local residents and bringing increased business to the traders on the street.

I never looked back


There was once a time where you left school and got a job for life. These days,

many of us move around from post to post in the same industry, while others

change careers completely. Five people who took the plunge and tried something new share their stories

 

From Courtroom To Kitchen

IMG_0565Nisha Katona is the brains behind the “twisted Indian” eatery Mowgli Street Food, which has four branches.
The 47-year-old spent 20 years as a family and child protection barrister before opening her first restaurant on Bold Street, Liverpool, in 2014.
She had spent years building her passion for food before quitting her day job.
“I was working as a barrister and all the while I was teaching other lawyers and judges about cooking at my home and our local farm shop kitchen.
“I started a YouTube channel as I am evangelical about how simple and healthy Indian food is and how different eating at home is to what we see in the curry houses.”

 

Karen Beddow Qualified Litigation Lawyer Found Her Passion For Travel

The Key 🔑 To A Balanced Family Life

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Karen Beddow felt she was sacrificing time with her young family while working 12-hour days as a property litigation lawyer.
She now runs a family travel blog from her home in Wirral, Merseyside.
“As well as being a lawyer I sat on two boards – one as a non-executive director of a housing company and as chairman of the trustee board at a care home,” she said.
“There was one particular day where I went to the office at 7.30am, spent my lunch hour on an hour-long phone call, and ran out the office at 7pm to get to a board meeting.
“I got home at 9pm and was still making dinner at 9.30pm. I then sat down and wrote three blog posts, just because that’s what I loved doing and how I switched off, odd as that sounds.”

 

IT’ S TIME FOR A NEW JOB