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Insolvency specialist Hayley Simmons has taken the helm of the Shaw Gibbs insolvency and advisory division in Oxford and London.
Health science communications consultancy Oxford PharmaGenesis has expanded its operations after taking office space in Oxford city centre.
The Southern Manufacturing 100 – the annual list compiled by The Business Magazine – is now supported by Lloyds Bank.
Coca-Cola will be represented at the Women in Business awards night when Laura Sayeski, chief public affairs and communications officer, joins our panel on stage.
Reading law firm Blandy & Blandy LLP has announced four promotions, with Victoria Charlesson, Gemma Smith and Chris Wilson becoming associate solicitors and Jessica Irwin a senior associate solicitor.
Red Funnel has today placed an order with Wight Shipyard in East Cowes for another 41 metre high-speed catamaran which will inject £7 million into the Isle of Wight economy and secure 85 highly-skilled jobs.
Science Vale UK and Oxford are outperforming other locations in the Thames Valley for new businesses moving into the area according to an independent report.
Hampshire’s largest provider of affordable homes has appointed a waste management specialist in the county to collect and recycle trade waste. TJ Waste & Recycling was awarded the three-year £1.5 million contract in a competitive tendering process by VIVID, which has 30,000 homes under management and 70,000 customers.
Adam Hale, executive vice-president of Sage People, who ran the fastest-growing technology scale-up in the UK, Reading-based Fairsail, is on the panel for the upcoming Women in Business gala dinner at Oakley Hall, near Basingstoke.
Fareham-based Amiri Construction, founded by managing director Grahame Pettit and fellow director Kevin Lendon, has published its annual report showing turnover reached £37 million, compared with £29.04m in 2016.
The average worker in Southampton now takes just 30 minutes for their lunch break, with over half of UK workers (52%) skipping their lunch break completely – a significant shift from the traditional one hour break. In addition, Londoners are most likely to skip their lunch hour altogether, closely followed […]
As students across the South East received their exam results, thousands could be missing out on pursuing careers in science, technology, engineering or maths (STEM) because teachers do not feel they have enough knowledge of careers within these sectors, according to new research by British Gas owner Centrica, Britain’s largest […]
Thames Valley law firm Boyes Turner has further strengthened its development and housebuilding team with the addition of solicitor Sara McKay.
Spelthorne Borough Council has bought 3 Roundwood Avenue at Stockley Park near Heathrow from a fund managed by CarVal Investors and its operating partner Chester Properties.
Lands Improvement Holdings has reached agreement to sell with three buyers at its mixed-use development of land adjacent to Haddenham Airfield in Buckinghamshire.
Oxford-based Shaw Gibbs financial services has been named this week’s Shopper’s Choice by FT Financial Adviser’s Mystery Shopper after it called the firm with a question about about life insurance.
Hammerson has signed Smiggle, the Australian stationery retailer, and Yankee Candle, the home fragrance specialists, at its Westquay centre in Southampton.
James Cowper Kreston has been shortlisted at the British Accountancy Awards in the category of Mid-Tier Firm of the Year. The winner will be announced at the award ceremony on October 13.
Ceuta Holdings, based in Bournemouth, has announced the acquisition of Creative Leap, a London-based brand and communications agency.