11:39AM, Wednesday 20 February 2013
A couple who have been helping small companies cope with their IT needs for eight years have found the perfect spot to open up a shop - in their own village.
Old Windsor resident Marc Clare-Panton and his wife LaDawn opened their technology supply and repair shop Ellem Technology in Straight Road a few weeks ago.
On Sunday the Mayor of Windsor and Maidenhead Cllr Colin Rayner popped in to show his support.
The team at the shop has been busy repairing broken iPhone and iPad screens as well as sorting out misbehaving laptops, and they are adding training classes to the services already provided.
Training will be in small class sizes of no more than six people.
Director LaDawn Clare-Panton said: “We know people are sometimes afraid of the technology and we want all ages to feel more comfortable using their devices. We can offer face to face tutoring if someone feels more comfortable in that type of setting.”
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