Fuel3D, a leading 3D capture and imaging innovator whose unique 3D scanning technology was originally developed at Oxford University, has been awarded funding of €1.7 million (£1.2m) from the EU’s Horizon 2020 research and innovation programme.
The Society of Motor Manufacturers and Traders (SMMT) reports that UK car manufacturing has continued to make significant gains, with export volumes up 23.7% in April.
With an exceptional year of hard work and achievement behind it, Hampshire-based Moore Blatch has been shortlisted for Property Law Firm of the Year at the 2016 South Coast Property Awards.
Parago Software, a world leader in cloud based education asset management solutions, today announced that it has signed its 100th multi-academy trust, STEP Academy Trust, who will be using Parago’s asset management solution.
Southampton-based CVR Global has become the first UK-based specialist insolvency and debt-recovery firm to join Geneva Group International (GGI), a global alliance of independent accounting, law and management-accounting firms with more than 500 members and over 700 member offices worldwide.
A new survey by NewVoiceMedia, a leading global provider of cloud technology aimed at helping businesses sell more, serve better and grow faster, reveals that UK companies are still losing £11 billion a year due to poor customer service. However, since the first survey in 2013, the number of UK consumers who report leaving a business due to […]
Education entrepreneurs Dilshad & Barinder Hothi have won another major UK business award. Their company, The Knowledge Academy, has been recognised as one of Britain’s top 100 small and medium-sized (SME) businesses with the fastest-growing international sales.
Lambert Smith Hampton (LSH) has secured two lettings for Knight Frank Investment Management at Aquasulis in Slough town centre.
The EY 2015 UK Attractiveness Survey shows that the UK saw a 20% growth in the number of foreign direct investment (FDI) projects in 2015, with 1,065 such projects attracted to the country, the largest number ever since the survey began in 1997. Another positive indicator is that the UK took a 20.9% share of the total number […]
As Harmony of Seas, Royal Caribbean International’s latest ship and the world’s largest, arrived in Southampton last month, the cruise line announced a seven-year deal with the port of Southampton, worth £200 million to the local economy.
Judging has taken place and the finalists, in all but two categories, have now been chosen for the inaugural South Coast Property Awards. The winners of each category will be announced at the awards gala dinner at Hilton at The Ageas Bowl, Southampton, on Thursday, July 7.
ISG has been awarded a contract to refurbish and extend the University of Oxford’s Tinbergen Building by modernising and upgrading existing facilities, and creating new laboratories for chemistry teaching.
Moore Blatch has promoted Claire Anderson, partner and licensed conveyancer in the residential property team in the Southampton office, to equity partner.
Wokingham Borough Council has secured a new 40-year lease with American Amusements, operators of Wokingham Superbowl, to form part of the Carnival Pool Regeneration Scheme.
Hampshire has won £440,000 funding from the Government to promote green forms of transport.
Salisbury-based Bonallack and Bishop has taken on Louise Campbell, a highly-experienced property solicitor who will head up its commercial property team and take the lead in acting for property investors.
NatWest has pledged to help at least 15,000 UK businesses export their goods or enter overseas markets by 2020. In support it will proactively work with UK Export Finance (UKEF) to provide export finance to help companies secure £2.5 billion of overseas contracts within the next four years.7
National law firm Clarke Willmott LLP has welcomed the government plans, announced in the Queen’s speech, to position Britain at the forefront of driverless car technology; plans which will mean trials of driverless vehicles introduced on to the UK’s roads.
The Institute for Environmental Analytics (IEA), based at the University of Reading, has formed a partnership with two additional groups, the Centre for Ecology & Hydrology (CEH) which has a site in Wallingford and BuroHappold Engineering, as it continues to grow its collaborative projects in environmental data analytics. The additions bring the institutes total partnership […]
Surinder Arora’s The Arora Group, with headquarters in Washington DC, has gained consent from Hillingdon council for a four-storey 85,000 sq ft office block, to be known as Unit 4, at its World Business Centre estate in Heathrow. The building has been prelet to airport technology group Amadeus for its headquarters.