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to direct or impel to oneself by some quality or action

to beguile or draw into a wrong or foolish course of action

Synonyms for entice

provoke someone to do something through (often false or exaggerated) promises or persuasion

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He said: "Having researched the local market extensively we decided upon Paradise Forum for Entices as it already has a proven track record in convenience products.
We're confident Entices will prove a success and already have plans in the pipeline for expanding our product range within the next few months," she added.
Entices pancake and icecream bar will bring 26 Italian style gelato ice cream flavours to the city alongside freshly made pancakes and Belgian waffles courtesy of Bromsgrove entrepreneurs Jon and Irene Hales.
Tasty treats: Irene and Jon Hales with Ross Fittall, of Argent, inside Entices in Paradise Forum.
Additionally, it will entice past guests with a myriad of entertainment options that they may not have experienced during previous visits.
Entice makes it easy with all the local job vacancies and information, in one place.
MP Jason McCartney (centre) with staff and students at the Entice event at Colne Valley High School |
Now Camira is set to take on apprentices from Entice for the second year running using a tried and tested filtering process, which offers a build-up of exposure of students to the work environment through taster sessions and work experience - allowing students and employer to get to know each other before any apprenticeships are filled.
Alan Williams, operations director of Camira Fabrics, said: "We've been delighted with the apprentices recruited through Entice last year and are keen to replicate this success.
The Entice Project is the community apprenticeship scheme with 15 Shelley College students successfully finding placements with local employers over the last year alone.
Assistant Principal, Debbie Lumb and Karen Fox, Entice Director, spoKe to businesses about the benefits of employing apprentices and why they should engage with their local school.